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IFACCA's European coordinator, Dr Diane Dodd, will represent IFACCA during a two day Satellite meeting for policy makers and funders in Brussels on 17 and 18 February 2015. The Meeting, organised by IETM and Flanders Arts Institute aims to gather representatives of Ministries of Culture and Arts Councils from Europe, Asia, Canada and Australia. The discussion will focus on the different models for measuring and demonstrating the values of culture and its impacts on societies, as well as the role of such measurements on informing national cultural policies.
IFACCA is delighted to release the executive summary report of the 4th IFACCA Researchers' meeting, held in Hildesheim Germany, which was attended by 14 researchers and experts from the field from 13 IFACCA member countries.
La FICAAC publica el resumen ejecutivo del Informe de la 4 Reunin de Investigadores de la FICAAC, celebrada en Hildesheim (Alemania) y a la que asistieron 14 investigadores y expertos de 13 pases miembros de la FICAAC.
On 7 to 9 September, researchers from IFACCA member organisations, and observers, from around the world will meet in Hildesheim, Germany, immediately prior to the International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR).
We are pleased to announce that the Australia Council for the Arts has released the working paper 'Making Cross-Country Comparisons of Cultural Statistics: Problems and Solutions'. The working paper was written by IFACCA's Research Analyst, Christopher Madden, as part of a project to undertake international statistical comparisons of Australia's cultural sector. The paper looks at methodological issues in making cross-country comparisons, documenting some of the main problems in data production and data presentation and providing a checklist of good practice. The paper aims to provide guidance and ideas for anyone making cross-country comparisons of cultural statistics. We welcome your feedback on the paper at [email protected].