Employment, labour laws and social services
In recent weeks, headlines have reflected ongoing research into the future of work for cultural and creative professionals including measures implemented by government to respond to changes in the sector.
Road to recovery?: Cultural Freelancers Wales Survey 2021 Are you a freelancer working in Wales in the creative sector? Or have you recently left the sector? Do you want to ensure that freelancers’ needs are represented and understood by government and funding bodies?
This time, the topic of the Art and Culture Barometer is Future Artists. We invite artists from different fields to respond to an open online survey.
Arts Council Korea declared the 2021 Arko Social Value Week from September 6 (Mon) to 10 (Fri) and conducted a company-wide ESG campaign.
Creative and cultural businesses throughout Northern Ireland are to be offered free expert advice and support to help a wider range of talent into the creative workforce. The investment comes at a crucial time for the sector, which was hit harder than most by Covid-19.
Creative Scotland has commissioned Culture Radar to undertake a review of Fair Work, leadership, workforce and skills development across the arts, screen and creative industries in Scotland. The Review will take place between August 2021 and February 2022.