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Where do creative clusters arise and what can policymakers do to optimise intervention? This first report in our new State of the Nations series explores three different levels of the UK’s creative industries geography: microclusters, clusters, and corridors.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, public institutions faced unprecedented challenges. Governments worldwide grappled with fundamental questions, seeking ways to sustain essential government functions and deliver critical public services. The World Public Sector Report 2023 explores the transformative impact of these efforts. Learn of 7 approaches the public sector employed to respond to the crisis and contribute towards achieving the SDGs.
This report, developed by researchers at the University of the Arts London (UAL), seeks to map out what’s happening in this space across the British arts and cultural sectors. Thematically structured, it includes suggestions of best practice and links to practical resources for cultural organisations and activists across the world.
This major new report holds a number of firsts for the sector. It is the first ever to explore both intangible and tangible cultural heritage linked to climate change, it covers an unparalleled range and breath of research, and it includes hazard diagrams and trends analysis which will help to support our heritage and climate work going forward.
In 2023, nearly 300 professionals from the broader contemporary dance field contributed their thoughts to the question of equity in working conditions. By looking at disabling conditions and systemic barriers, by discussing the periphery-centre binary, and by investigating equity in dance practices and collaboration models, we have collectively moved.
This report assesses the current state and future potential of cultural and creative sectors (CCS) in the nine outermost regions of the European Union (EU): Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Mayotte, Réunion, and Saint Martin (France); the Azores and Madeira (Portugal); and the Canary Islands (Spain). Global trends, such as increases in cultural tourism, trade in creative goods and services, and FDI in CCS offer significant opportunities for EU outermost regions to expand their cultural and creative sectors, promote synergies with tourism and help drive job creation.