This issue the headlines highlight increased investment and support for arts and culture in countries whose sectors have begun to reactivate, with many focussing on cultural infrastructure and the performing arts.
Este mes ponemos el foco en la Estrategia de la Federación para 2021-2026. En 2017, el Secretariado desarrolló la actual Estrategia Actualizada 2018-2020 tras un proceso de consulta a los miembros que nos ayudó a revisar nuestros objetivos, refinar nuestros programas y servicios, y responder a las necesidades y prioridades señaladas por los miembros.
This month our focus is on the Federation’s Strategy for 2021-2026. In 2017, the Secretariat developed the current Revised Strategy 2018-2020 in consultation with members, which helped us revise our objectives; hone our programmes and services; and respond to needs and priorities identified directly by members.
Ce mois-ci, nous nous concentrons sur la Stratégie 2021-2026 de la Fédération. En 2017, le secrétariat a élaboré le Plan stratégique révisé 2018-2020, en consultation avec les membres. Cet exercice nous a aidé à revoir nos objectifs, à peaufiner nos programmes et services, et à répondre aux priorités et aux besoins relevés par les membres.
The UN International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples fell on 9 August 2020, marking the anniversary of the first meeting of the UN Working Group on Indigenous Populations of the Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights, which took place in 1982. Recent headlines reflect this focus on Indigenous peoples, highlighting positive developments and persistent issues.
We are very pleased to welcome to the IFACCA Board Mr Park Jong-Kwan, Chair Person of Arts Council Korea (ARKO). Mr Park joined Arts Council Korea (ARKO) as Chair Person in November 2018 and has more than 30 years’ experience working in the sector, which has been balanced between the arts and policy. Prior to joining ARKO, he was a board member of Chungbuk Cultural Foundation; a director of the Cultural Policy Network of Korea; and was a working member of the Preparation Group for Culture Vision 2020 <New Cultural Policy> with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. From 1989 to 2018, he was an Executive Director of the Performing Art Theatre Dure Art Factory; and from 2005-2008 he served as a Council Member of Arts Council Korea. Mr Park has a distinct interest in the balance of arts practice and support, at both national and international levels.