Statistics, evaluation and research
El Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte ha publicado hoy el documento técnico «Pautas para la gestión, conservación y disfrute público del patrimonio cultural en la desescalada de la crisis sanitaria». Esta guía, elaborada por el Instituto de Patrimonio Cultural de España (IPCE) con la aprobación del Ministerio de Sanidad, ofrece recomendaciones detalladas para la adecuada conservación de bienes culturales y para su uso en las condiciones óptimas de seguridad y salud.
The Croatian Institute of Public Health has supplemented the Recommendations for the Prevention of COVID-19 Disease During Professional Art Performances, Cultural Programs and Events with the maximum number of visitors.
Every year, the Ministry of Culture reports on the activities in the field of integration. On 28 May, the Government of the Republic approved the 2019 report of the development plan “Integrating Estonia 2020”. Next year, the sectoral development plan will come to an end. It is time for mid-term reviews and strategic goals for 2021-2030.
The impact of the pandemic on audiences for cultural activity in Scotland has been immediate and extensive. From March 2020 venues have closed their doors and planned activity including major cultural events, tours and festivals, has been postponed or cancelled. In the absence of a vaccine, there is uncertainty over when the outbreak, and measures to mitigate it, might end and this has meant production activity has been paused and organisations’ future schedules are unclear.
An online platform sharing new creative work from Wales’ cultural scene has seen a huge growth in content and consumption over its first ten weeks of existence.
UNESCO launched a new Report on Museums Around the World in the Face of COVID-19, fruit of an international survey targeting museums, culture professionals and Member States.