Governments, governmental organizations and municipalities will share information on policies regarding the Arts and Creative sectors. In addition to governmental organizations there are trade organizations and professional associations that offer information and also international organizations like the UNESCO publish reports on Arts and Cultural policies. The websites of these organizations usually provide tabs and links to "Topics" or "Themes", Publications "or" Documents " or "Research". This is where you will often discover reports and more information.
The IFACCA is the global network of arts councils and ministries of culture, with member institutions in over 70 countries. It provides services, information and resources to member institutions and theirs staff als well as the wider community.
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UNESCO renowned cultural conventions provide a unique global platform for international cooperation and establish a holistic cultural governance system based on human rights and shared values. These international treaties endeavour to protect and safeguard the world’s cultural and natural heritage including ancient archaeological sites, intangible and underwater heritage, museum collections, oral traditions and other forms of heritage, and to support creativity, innovation and the emergence of dynamic cultural sectors.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating
effect on the cultural and creative industries.
Through the guide, Culture in crisis: policy guide
for a resilient creative sector UNESCO provides
practical guidance to policymakers as they fight
for the inclusion of the cultural and creative
industries in social and economic recovery plans.
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Click the image to go to the website of the Council for Culture of the Netherlands to see the advice and recommondations of the Council regarding the perennial, government-subsidised, cultural institutions, or use the link: https://www.raadvoorcultuur.nl/english
Creative Europe is the European Commission's framework programme for support tot the culture and audiovisual sectors.
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The Arts Council England supports activities across the arts, museums and libraries through funding, as well as proving other services to support their development.
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Globalisation is one of the four priorities of the Netherlands' cultural policy. Leading cultural institutions must be able to perform internationally and measure up to their counterparts abroad. Click the picture to go to the website and find more information