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Llamando a artistas, profesionales de la cultura, organizaciones culturales, redes, académicos y toda persona que se preocupa por el futuro de las artes y la cultura: contribuya a un diálogo mundial sobre políticas culturales.
Calling artists, cultural professionals, arts organisations, networks, academia and all who care about the future of arts and culture - contribute to a global cultural policy dialogue and share your reflections.
Leading policy makers, researchers, managers and practitioners in the arts, culture and related sectors will gather in Stockholm from 3 to 5 May 2023 for the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture.
We begin the conversations in the lead up to the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture 2023 with the launch of the Discussion Paper at a virtual public event on 10 May 2022 from 11.00 AM - 1.00 PM UTC.
Iniciamos nuestros diálogos hacia 2023 con la presentación del Documento el lanzamiento de la 9ª Cumbre Mundial en un evento público virtual el 10 de mayo de 2022, de las 11:00 a las 13:00 en horario UTC.
On 8 February 2022, UNESCO launched its Global Report, Re|Shaping Policies for Creativity – Addressing culture as a global public good, the third edition in a series designed to monitor the implementation of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, which has now been ratified by 150 countries and the European Union. This important global overview of trends and gaps comes at a crucial juncture for the cultural and creative sectors (CCSs), which were facing testing times even before the challenges brought on by global COVID-19 crisis. The Report reminds us that - except in a few cases - public investment in culture had, in fact, been steadily decreasing over the last decade. The CCSs are now among the hardest hit by the pandemic, with over 10 million jobs lost in 2020 alone.