Statistics, evaluation and research
On the occasion of the Forum of Ministers of Culture on 19 November 2019 at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France, the Culture Sector proudly introduces the Culture|2030 Indicators.
APTN has just published the first ever National Indigenous Music Impact Study (NIMIS). This landmark Canadian study looked at the contributions made by the Indigenous music community and the impacts that this community has on the Canadian economy and on the social fabric of this country. T
There are some key questions that have never been asked in a national, comprehensive way: What is Indigenous music? Who and what makes up the Indigenous Music Community? What are their realities? What is the impact of Indigenous music in Canada? What are the contributions that the Indigenous music community is making to the economic and social fabric of Canada?
UNESCO invites professional research institutes, companies and entities to submit a proposal for data collection and analysis for the third edition of Re|Shaping Cultural Policies, UNESCO’s flagship publication on the state of contemporary cultural and creative sectors and global cultural governance. The report will be published in June 2021.
The use of digital library services is growing rapidly, and public libraries remain the most visited cultural institutions in Denmark.
A thriving arts scene can help sustain the country’s most remote communities, according to the findings of a three-year study by the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre (QCRC).