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PEN America’s Artists at Risk Connection is releasing Connecting the Dots: Artist Protection & Artistic Freedom in Asia, a new report that illuminates the challenges to artistic freedom that artists in Asia face; based on a closed workshop conducted in November 2021, and produced in partnership with the Mekong Cultural Hub (MCH) and the Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA).
The creative economy offers a feasible development option to all countries, particularly developing economies, says UNCTAD’s Creative Economy Outlook 2022 launched on 7 October at the 3rd World Congress on Creative Economy in Bali, Indonesia.
Ukrainian Cultural Foundation, together with the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine, share the results and recommendations from the survey of creative entrepreneurs and specialists they undertook in order to analyze the state of creative industries during the war, to develop a plan to restore the cultural industries, and to mobilize partners and donors towards supporting national creative industries.
Kultura Nova Foundation, along with the European Cultural Foundation and MitOst implemented the project "i-Portunus Houses – Kick-Start a Local Mobility Host Network for Artists & Cultural Professionals in All Creative Europe Countries", which carried out research on mobility in culture, the results of which have now been published in the publication titled " Slow Mobility: Scenario for the Future of Mobility in Culture" (translated).
In 2022, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and following the global impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, ASEF has launched a series of online roundtables entitled Recalibrating the Compass: What Future for Asia-Europe Cultural Relations?, to examine current challenges and identify ways to develop new, more relevant and resilient forms of support for Asia-Europe cultural collaboration.
In cooperation with the Danish Cultural Institute, the New Democracy Fund have recently published the Cultural Rights Manual to intensify the focus on what cultural rights are and how they can be used.