Children and youth
27 municipalities will be part of the initiative "Grib Engagementet", which will give more children and young people access to and desire to unfold within, among other things. music, theater and visual arts. The initiative is part of the Minister of Culture's ambition that more children and young people should meet culture.
With the Culture Pass, 825,000 young people will be able to benefit from a 300 euro credit for their cultural spending.
The UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa, in partnership with the Kenya National Commission for UNESCO (KNATCOM), hosted a workshop targeting Kenyan youth to participate in the development of the Culture and Creative Sector. This workshop, which took place on 12 May 2021, was held within the context of the Kenya ArtXchange programme spearheaded by International Committee for the Development of Peoples (CISP) Kenya.
The Swedish Arts Council is now allocating SEK 197 million to music and cultural schools in 266 municipalities. The purpose of the grant is to strengthen the development of cultural schools.
Following months of planning (and re-planning), the Edinburgh International Children’s Festival has announced its 2021 hybrid programme of online and outdoor theatre and dance for young people.
Under the supervision of the Regional Delegation for Cultural Affairs in Monastir, the first edition of the International Forum for Creative Children was launched on Thursday, February 25, 2021, which will continue until March 13, 2021, and whose activities are broadcast on the official page of the House of Culture in Wardanine.