On 19 November 2019, UNESCO will host the Forum of Ministers of Culture, a major event to discuss the central place of culture in public policies around the world and its impact on sustainable development. More than 130 Ministers will be present to mark a high point during the 40th session of the General Conference of UNESCO (12-27 November 2019).
This month the headlines reflect the growing global focus on the climate crisis and sustainable development.
Speakers from across the festival sector were brought together by live events sustainability campaign Festival Vision: 2025 to share climate-related insights—including Chiara Badiali of environmental charity Julie’s Bicycle, who updated attendees on the state of the climate crisis, what the new Climate Change Act means for the festival scene and how organisers can use their platforms to effect change.
Los ministros de Cultura de Iberoamérica se reunirán este jueves y viernes en Bogotá con el objetivo de generar consensos sobre el aporte de ese sector y de la economía creativa al cumplimiento de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) fijados por las Naciones Unidas para 2030.
The Prime Minister requested ministries, ministerial-level agencies, agencies attached to the Government, People's Committees of provinces and centrally-run cities according to their assigned functions and tasks to concentrate on strengthening information, propagating and improving, identifying and agreeing on actions to allocate resources and effectively organize the implementation of sustainable development goals.
Pacific Tourism Ministers have been urged to take up stronger cooperation and commitment to the sustainable development of the Pacific Tourism Industry, the lifeline for so many of the Pacific Island countries and territories.