Statistics, evaluation and research
The cultural policy in Mozambique over the last five decades has reflected the changing political climate in the country. This article provides an overview of these changes and the impact they've had on the country’s cultural policy.
A three-year project delivered by five universities in the North East helped hundreds of creative businesses test new ways of working.
Promoting the Making Self in the Creative Micro-economy (‘Crafting Self’) was funded through the Australian Government’s Australian Research Council’s Discovery Project funding scheme (project number DP150100485). The primary aim of the project was to determine how online distribution is changing the environment for operating a creative micro-enterprise, and with it, the larger relationship between public and private spheres. A key research question was: what are the ‘self-making’ skills required to succeed in this competitive environment?
Hasta el 13 de junio de 2019, en el marco de la 10ª convocatoria del FIDC, la UNESCO recibirá solicitudes de financiación para proyectos innovadores que tengan como objetivo reforzar los sectores culturales y creativos de los países en desarrollo.
Investment levels in the arts over the last 7 years contributed to another difficult year for the arts sector. Key headline figures show fewer performances delivered in 2017-18, an increase in the number of staff working on a part-time or contract basis, a decline in the number of volunteers working for core arts organisations, and a reduction in the number of outreach activities taking place.
Melissa Wong, Impact Manager for Cultural Impact Development Fund, explains four key steps we use to help arts and cultural organisations improve their social impact management.