Este 26 de marzo se instalará el Primer Comité de Seguimiento a la Declaración de Principios para la Diversidad Cultural y Lingüística en Medios de Comunicación, que promueve el reconocimiento a la creación indígena, comunitaria y afrodescendiente; la participación de las personas indígenas y afrodescendientes en las estructuras de los medios; la presencia de la diversidad lingüística, de conocimientos y saberes de los pueblos y comunidades en éstos, y el establecimiento de relaciones de colaboración y enriquecimiento mutuo.
From 17 March to 16 June 2021, UNESCO will receive applications to the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD). Established under the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, the IFCD is a voluntary multi-donor fund which supports the emergence of dynamic cultural sectors in developing countries.
The Minister of Culture Anneli Ott confirmed the thematic years in the field of culture for the next three years. 2022 is dedicated to libraries, 2023 will be followed by a year of movement and 2024 will focus on cultural diversity.
We must constantly challenge ourselves on what we mean by the term quality, said Lars Petter Hagen, head of the council in the Norwegian Cultural Fund, in his introduction to the webinar on diversity and quality in the Arts Council Norway's work.
Following an open recruitment process, an independent group of twelve individuals has been appointed to Creative Scotland’s Equalities, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Advisory Group for a period of two years until January 2023.
On 25 May, the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis triggered a wave, unprecedented in its scale, of anti-racist demonstrations. Most of the major cultural institutions in the United States (opera houses, museums, theatres, etc.) and others in Europe then signalled their sympathy for the Black Lives Matter movement and pledged to reflect in depth on the forms of racial discrimination and racism that exist in the cultural world.