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The report served as background to debate at the third World Summit on Arts and Culture, held in NewcatleGateshead, England, in June 2006.
This inquiry was undertaken by Peter Inkei of the Budapest Observatory in response to some disquiet within Hungary at the level of subsidies given to festivals by the National Cultural Fund of Hungary (NCF) and the NCF’s subsequent desire to get a picture of levels of support for festivals internationally.
This discussion paper has been written in the context of increased global demands for accountability of public monies in support of the arts and the resulting need for statistical evaluative measures. As the international representative body of arts funding agencies, IFACCA has been engaged in a number of information-sharing exercises revolving around cultural statistical indicators and has produced this discussion paper to further the debate.
Arts and education is a key policy concern for government arts funding agencies worldwide. As the global network for such agencies, IFACCA has undertaken several projects to encourage information sharing between policy makers, researchers and practitioners, about arts and education. IFACCA has produced an Arts and Education Fact Sheet which outlines the various arts and education projects that it has undertaken to date.
This report looks at definitions, concepts and the terminology surrounding disability in the arts.
This report examines policies and strategies for international artists’ mobility and considers the different points of view of key players (eg. government agency, policy maker, arts organization, individual artist) that can affect how a program is perceived. It offers typologies for analyzing international mobility programs and provides indicators of best practice for policy makers developing international artists’ mobility programs.