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This month, the headlines have focussed on reactivating cultural participation and engagement, with new research, guidelines and measures to support the safe reopening and sustainable recovery of the cultural and creative sectors at regional and national levels.
This Friday 21 May marks the United Nations (UN) World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, which promotes culture – including diversity of cultural expressions...
In recent weeks, the headlines have shown continued focus on collective long-term thinking for the cultural and creative sectors beyond the pandemic.
The March 2020 issue of ACORNS was our first to address global responses to COVID-19 in the arts and culture sector. One year later, the headlines reflect the ongoing efforts of national governments and international actors worldwide to support and revive the arts and culture sector in the context of the pandemic, and to gauge and communicate its effects.
Over the last twelve months, the headlines have been understandably dominated by responses to crises, both within and beyond our sectors. In recent weeks, however, they reveal a shift as leaders worldwide begin to find space to carve out strategies for improved futures, with many looking across sectors to ensure public investment in arts and culture yields the greatest possible social benefit.