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In this report, the Special Rapporteur underlines the rights of migrants to have access to and effectively participate in all aspects of cultural lives, both of the host State and their own cultures. The Special Rapporteur recalls that international human rights law provisions protect those rights, regardless of the legal status of migrants and notes the need to ensure substantial equality in protecting cultural rights. The Special Rapporteur reflects on overcoming the obstacles that migrant artists face and highlights the need for intercultural exchange and interaction to ensure dynamic, diverse and democratic societies.
The international community must provide greater protection to artists caught up in armed conflict, political instability, and natural disasters, the UN Educational, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) said in a new report titled Defending Creative Voices.
The State of Creativity reflects on creative industry policy over the last 10 years and asks where next for the creative sector. It includes contributions from 24 creative industry thinkers from seven UK universities and across the creative sector. In the report, researchers highlight the priority areas for creative industries policy, and research. These short essays are supported by on-the-ground case studies from those working in the creative sector, including Syima Aslam from Bradford Literature Festival, entrepreneur Tom Adeyoola, and the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Sarah Ellis.
At the end of 2022, Careful Industries was commissioned by the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre, funded by the AHRC, and MyWorld to conduct a rapid foresight study, exploring some of the changes and challenges for the creative industries over the next three to five years. The report explores the impact of digital culture and technologies on the creative industries.
The report focuses on the financing of municipalities' work with children's and young people's right to culture, the interaction between municipal and regional funds and targeted state grants. The report also examines the extent to which follow-ups are carried out to ensure the right of all children and young people to art and culture.
The Creative Wellbeing Fund, established through the strategic partnership agreement between Education Scotland and Creative Scotland, was made available to support schools to take a creative approach to improve learner wellbeing by working in partnership with a creative partner.