Today the Commission presented its annual Women in Digital (WiD) scoreboard to monitor women’s participation in the digital economy.
Cultural and sporting opportunities have intrinsic value, and can inspire personal success, but to view them only this narrowly would be to fail to understand their true value. Organisations working in these fields are doing so much more. Our inquiry showcases some of the evidence that we received, demonstrating the impact of culture and sport on positive outcomes in health, education, criminal justice and urban regeneration.
The Alas y Raíces Program, of the Directorate General of Cultural Linkage, of the Ministry of Culture, concluded its activities on May 7 with state coordinators of children's culture from 25 states. The objective: to reflect and share common experiences on the construction of actions for the benefit of the country's children.
27 European Member States and Norway have signed a declaration to encourage women to play an active and prominent role in the digital and technology sectors. They will work closely with the public and private sectors and civil society to achieve equality in tech.
This report examines the percentage of residents (15 or older) of Canadian provinces and 9 Census Metropolitan Areas who, in 2016, attended or participated in cultural activities.
In early 2018 the Government acknowledged that something needs to be done to improve New Zealanders’ mental health and well-being, initiating the Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction: Oranga Tāngata, Oranga Whānau. In March the Government intends to release its formal response to the inquiry’s 40 recommendations.