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Inclusion, innovation and democracy: growing talent for the creative and cultural industries / Simon Parker, Charlie Tims and Shelagh Wright

By: Contributor(s): Publication details: London : Demos, 2006Description: 16 pOnline resources: Summary: This paper argues for a new approach to diversity in the creative industries that can support both creative people and creative industries to work together and develop innovative solutions to a complex and ingrained problem. We argue that the skills and training system for people seeking to enter the creative industries needs to create more space for structured innovation – allowing local partnerships of business, creative workers and the public sector to trial new approaches and learn what works at both the local and national level. This, we believe, is a critical part of a new approach to releasing Britain’s mass of untapped talent and encouraging the widest possible range of people through the last mile of the creative race into the long-term growth of the creative industries. (Font: Introducció)
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Introduction -- Democratising the Creative and Cultural Industries: 1) The Moral Value ; 2) The Market Value ; 3) The Cultural Value -- The Source of the Problem -- Many problems, many solutions -- New ways to intervene -- Creating a ‘commons’: the co-production of talent -- References

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