Re|Shaping cultural policies [Recurs electrònic] : advancing creativity for development : [2005 Convention global report 2018]

Unesco Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (2005).
ISBN: 9789231002564.Publisher: Paris : UNESCO, 2017Description: 252 p. : digital, fitxer PDF (8,68 Mb).Online resources: E-Doc | E-Link Other title: Re|Penser les politiques culturelles.Summary: This new UNESCO Global Report “Re|Shaping Cultural Policies” is an invaluable tool for the implementation of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions. This Convention, now ratified by 146 Parties, including the European Union, is leading UNESCO’s efforts to strengthen capacities for the creation, production and dissemination of cultural goods, services and activities. States are supported in their sovereign right to implement public policies for the development of strong and dynamic cultural and creative industry sectors. UNESCO is committed to developing more effective and sustainable public policies in these areas. (...) This Report demonstrates that innovative cultural policies implemented at regional and local levels have a positive impact on the whole of cultural governance. It highlights the strategic frameworks best adapted to the digital environment, the emergence of exchange platforms and the dynamism of artistic incubators in the global South. It also points to the persistent inequalities and underrepresentation of women in the culture sector, trade barriers on cultural goods and services from the global South and the vulnerability of artists at risk. By providing yet unpublished statistics and data in these areas, this Report is essential for developing and implementing public policies that are adapted to the evolving needs of the culture sector. (Font: Foreword)
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This new UNESCO Global Report “Re|Shaping Cultural Policies” is an invaluable tool for the implementation of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions.
This Convention, now ratified by 146 Parties, including the European Union, is leading UNESCO’s efforts to strengthen capacities for the creation, production and dissemination of cultural goods, services and activities. States are supported in their sovereign right to implement public policies for the development of strong and dynamic cultural and creative industry sectors. UNESCO is committed to developing more effective and sustainable public policies in these areas. (...)
This Report demonstrates that innovative cultural policies implemented at regional and local levels have a positive impact on the whole of cultural governance. It highlights the strategic frameworks best adapted to the digital environment, the emergence of exchange platforms and the dynamism of artistic incubators in the global South. It also points to the persistent inequalities and underrepresentation
of women in the culture sector, trade barriers on cultural goods and services from the global South and the vulnerability of artists at risk. By providing yet unpublished statistics and data in these areas, this Report is essential for developing and implementing public policies that
are adapted to the evolving needs of the culture sector. (Font: Foreword)

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Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of figures, tables, boxes, maps and messages -- Executive summary -- Introduction: Advancing creativity for development / Danielle Cliche, Yudhishthir Raj Isar -- Goal 1. Support sustainable systems of governance for culture: 1. Towards more collaborative cultural governance / Jordi Baltà Portolés ; 2. Enlarging choices: cultural content and public service media / Christine M. Merkel ; 3. Cultural policies in the age of platforms / Octavio Kulesz ; 4. Engaging civil society in cultural governance / Andrew Firmin -- Goal 2. Achieve a balanced flow of cultural goods and services and increase the mobility of artist and cultural professionals: 5. Surviving the paradoxes of mobility / Khadija El Bennaoui ; 6. Persisting imbalances in the flow of cultural goods and services / Lydia Deloumeaux ; 7. The Convention in other international forums: a crucial commitment / Véronique Guèvremont -- Goal 3. Integrate culture in sustainable development frameworks: 8. The integration of culture in sustainable development / Avril Joffe -- Goal 4. Promote human rights and fundamental freedoms: 9. Gender equality: missing in action / Ammu Joseph ; 10. Promoting the freedom to imagine and create / Sara Whyatt -- Annex: Author biographies ; 2005 Convention ; Abbreviations ; References ; Photo credits

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