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Number 406 19 November 2020



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In recent months, much focus has been understandably directed towards national needs and priorities, as governments respond to the pandemic and the particularities of their contexts. However, in recent weeks, the headlines highlight renewed commitments to intergovernmental cooperation and shared regional visions.

Transnationally, in an historic first, on 4 November the Ministers of Culture of the G20 held discussions on the rise of the cultural economy which placed culture and its potential to contribute across the public policy spectrum – including to economic and social recovery – at the centre of G20 policy discussions for the first time.

In Africa, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa held a meeting to discuss the findings of a series of studies into the development agendas of the five sub-regions on the continent, during which the UN Secretary General and the African Union Commission Chairperson signed a Joint Framework for the Implementation of Agenda 2063 – which includes aspirations for culture – and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

In the Americas, earlier this month government representatives from 22 Latin American countries participated in the VII Ibero-American Congress of Culture, a high-level forum for discussing cultural policies with the sector and citizens, which concluded with a commitment to build a new social pact to promote the sustainable development of the region.

In Asia, on 23 October Ministers of Culture from ASEAN countries were joined by the Ministers from China, Japan and the Republic of Korea for the ninth biennial ASEAN Plus Three Culture Ministers' Meeting, during which they agreed to strengthen multilateral cultural and arts exchanges, despite the pandemic.

In Europe, on 28 October the Nordic Council of Ministers for Culture held its second meeting for 2020, with a focus on sustainability and culture in the green transition. During the meeting Ministers discussed priorities for the culture sector; a new programme for cooperation for 2021-2024 based on its Vision 2030, which prioritises a green, competitive and socially sustainable region; and an action plan with tangible objectives that will be published in January 2021. While on 13 November, the Council of Europe launched its Manifesto on the Freedom of Expression of Arts and Culture in the Digital Era, which presents common regional values and protections for freedom of expression – including artistic freedom – and highlights the role of arts and culture in maintaining constructive dialogue in democratic and open societies.

And in the Pacific this week, officials from across the Pacific Community (SPC) will participate in the 50th meeting of the Committee of the Representatives of Governments and Administrations, during which SPC members will review regional developments and shape effective strategies to deal with current challenges, to make a full post-COVID recovery.

Regional cooperation and shared visions have also been at the centre of our work in the last month, as we have hosted meetings for National Members of our Africa, Asia and Europe Chapters of the Federation. During the meetings, members considered regional strategies and collaborations to support cultural and creative communities; sector recovery and rebuilding; the effects of COVID-19 on international cooperation; and the future of public investment. These discussions will inform our work in 2021 and we look forward to sharing more information with readers soon.

As always, if you have news, publications or updates that you would like us to share, please contact us at news@ifacca.org.


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IFACCA participates in CINARS/UNESCO ResiliArt panel

On 9 November, Magdalena Moreno Mujica, Executive Director of the Federation, participated in the panel discussion Supporting the Circulation of Diversity and Creativity, in the latest edition of the UNESCO ResiliArt series, co-hosted by CINARS. During the session, panellists discussed the impact of the pandemic on the sector and the effects on the international flow of ideas, people and projects. Ms Moreno provided an overview of government agency responses to the pandemic; highlighted the danger of sector collapse; promoted the need to address old habits and inequities that have been exacerbated by the pandemic; confirmed the importance of working collaboratively across sectors and communities; and emphasised that mobility and free movement of people and ideas are essential to social dynamism. Read more.

IFACCA participates in the VII Ibero-American Congress of Culture

On Thursday 5 November, Magdalena Moreno Mujica, Executive Director of the Federation, participated in the Multilateralism and Cultural Diplomacy roundtable during the VII Ibero-American Congress of Culture, alongside speakers including senior representatives from IFACCA partner organisations Ernesto Ottone, Assistant Director-General for Culture of UNESCO and Andrés Delich, Assistant Secretary General of the Organization of the Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture (OEI). Discussions covered the financial challenges to supporting the recovery of the sector post-COVID, working in the multilateral space, and the benefits of learning from others in the international community. The Congress was co-hosted by the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB) and the Secretary of Culture of Mexico, a National Member of the Federation; and concluded with a commitment to build a new social pact to promote the sustainable development of the region.

For our Spanish-speaking friends, a recording of the session is available here.


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Space for experimentation needed for transition in the cultural sector

Council for Culture, Netherlands, 16 November 2020, Netherlands

The Council for Culture makes an urgent appeal to Minister Van Engelshoven (OCW) to give the cultural and creative sector time, confidence and resources to experiment with new working methods and new revenue models.

The Acting Minister of Cultural Affairs meets with a number of representatives of the scientific committee to confront the corona pandemic

Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Tunisia, 14 November 2020, Tunisia

Acting Minister of Cultural Affairs, Mr. Habib Ammar, held a meeting today, Monday, 09 November 2020, at the headquarters of the Ministry of Health, with a number of representatives of the scientific committee to confront the Corona pandemic, to discuss the measures to be taken in line with the current health situation in the country in the cultural sector.

Arts and health initiatives have been proven to improve health and wellbeing

Cygnor Celfyddydau Cymru - Arts Council of Wales, 13 November 2020, Wales

The Welsh NHS Confederation and the Arts Council of Wales have renewed their commitment to raising awareness of the benefits that the arts can have on people’s health and wellbeing and to embed arts and health initiatives across the NHS in Wales.

Pro Helvetia to open office in South America

Pro Helvetia - Swiss Arts Council, 12 November 2020, Switzerland

The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia is due to open an office in South America in 2021, with staff members located in Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Colombia, as a follow-up to the successful «COINCIDENCIA – Swiss & South American Cultural Exchanges» programme.

Prime Minister: "Prioritise state budget resources for cultural development"

Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Viet Nam, 10 November 2020, Viet Nam

Recalling Mr Ho's words "Culture enlightens the way for the nation", Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said that the Government will direct the review and submission of state budget resources to the National Assembly with appropriate mechanisms and policies, as well as socialising resources for cultural development.

MoU signed between Malta Council for Science and Technology and Arts Council Malta

Arts Council Malta, 6 November 2020, Malta

This MOU which has been renewed for another three years, targets the areas of Arts and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and seeks to encourage interdisciplinarity between the arts and science, increase cross-sectoral participation in culture, the creative industries, STEM, and raise the profile of these disciplines within formal and informal education.

New project documents the history of Pacific Arts in Aotearoa

Creative New Zealand - Toi Aotearoa, 2 November 2020, New Zealand

The Pacific Arts Legacy Project is an initiative under Creative New Zealand’s Pacific Arts Strategy 2018 – 2023, with the online series of stories capturing the rich history of Pacific artists’ significant contributions to the arts landscape of Aotearoa and globally.

Presidential Employment Stimulus Programme (PESP)

National Arts Council of South Africa, 30 October 2020, South Africa

The Presidency has made a special employment stimulus programme available to the sector to disburse via the National Arts Council and the National Film and Video Foundation. The Presidential Employment Stimulus Programme (PESP) is geared towards employment creation and retention initiatives for artists, creatives, heritage sector workers and cultural workers.


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International News


Noura Al Kaabi chairs 24th meeting of GCC Ministers of Culture

Emirates News Agency, 15 November 2020, United Arab Emirates

Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, Minister of Culture and Youth, has chaired the 24th meeting of ministers of culture of Gulf Cooperation Council, GCC, countries, which discussed topics related to promoting joint GCC action and supporting cultural development plans.

Government to launch Sh250 million virtual library by June 2021

The Star, 13 November 2020, Kenya

The president said the Sh250 million virtual library will ensure Kenyans have access to quality, timely and relevant information held by KNLS from the comfort of their homes.

Why a new relationship with public funding is boosting the Russian film industry

Screen Daily, 13 November 2020, International

Russia’s film industry has suffered as much as any other this year, but its new-found resilience has helped maintain a positive outlook.

The European Union Has Boosted Its Culture Bailout to €2.8 Billion After Pushback From Industry Leaders

artnet, 12 November 2020, International

The European parliament and the European council have finally agreed on an ambitious long-term recovery plan for its 27 member nations. The historic €1.8 trillion ($2.1 trillion) agreement, which was announced on November 11, will include a provision of €2.8 billion ($3.3 billion) to support the cultural field.

Gov't to keep fixed book price system nearly unchanged

Yonhap News Agency, 3 November 2020, Korea, Rep

The South Korean government said Tuesday that it will keep the current fixed book price system, which is aimed at helping local publishers stay afloat, nearly unchanged but will ease some discount regulations for customers.

Artists to receive funding to create small replicas of their work

Barbados Today, 31 October 2020, Barbados

Prime Minister Mia Mottley is willing to allocate a sizeable amount of money from the existing $150 million Digitisation and Greening Fund to local artists to assist them with creating small replicas of their artwork.

Culture in the 2030 Agenda

UNESCO, 29 October 2020, International

Culture is not only a sector of activity in itself but also a transversal, intrinsic component across other public policy areas, acting as an enabler to accelerate sustainable development processes. This transversal dimension of culture in public policy making is increasingly reflected in the Voluntary National Reviews submitted by Member States to monitor their progress in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.


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Half a year with covid-19 in the cultural sector - experiences and future prospects

Kulturrådet – Arts Council Norway, 18 November 2020, Norway

At the behest of Arts Council Norway, Menon Economics and BI: Centre for Creative Industries (BI:CCI) have assessed the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the Norwegian cultural sector. In this report, we summarise the cultural sector's experience during the first six months of the coronavirus crisis.

Arts and Culture Recovery Taskforce Report published

Arts Council of Ireland - An Chomhairle Ealaíon, 17 November 2020, Ireland

The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, T.D., today welcomed the publication of “LIFE WORTH LIVING”, the Report of the Arts and Culture Recovery Taskforce.

The Gender Pay Gap Among Australian Artists: Some preliminary findings

Australia Council for the Arts, 12 November 2020, Australia

As artists, Australian women continue to earn less than their male counterparts. In the most recent comprehensive national survey of professional artists’ economic circumstances, which was undertaken in 2016-17, the total incomes of female artists were 25 percent less on average than for males, and women earned 30 percent less from their creative work.

A handbook on cultural well-being has been published

Arts Promotion Centre Finland, 11 November 2020, Finland

Art! The Handbook on Cultural Well-being is the first handbook on cultural well-being in Finnish. The practical information package helps artists, social and health care professionals as well as decision-makers to succeed in cultural well-being work.

Taking Note: New Arts Research Summit Report—and Data on Arts Field Trips

National Endowment for the Arts, 4 November 2020, USA

The National Endowment for the Arts has posted a report summarizing results from a two-day research meeting in June 2019—a decent-sized gathering in a time that was, blissfully, COVID-naïve. Titled Arts and Research Partnerships in Practice, the report explores mechanisms and challenges for academic researchers and arts professionals seeking to partner on long-term studies of the arts’ impacts.

Culture in Crisis: Policy guide for a resilient creative sector

UNESCO, 23 October 2020, International

COVID-19 has had a sweeping impact on the cultural and creative industries, affecting livelihoods but also the innovation and traditions that comprise the cultural fabric of our societies. In response to this new reality, UNESCO recently launched a new publication "Culture in Crisis: Policy guide for a resilient creative sector".

Covid-19: Public intentions on returning as audience members

Creative Scotland, 14 October 2020, Scotland

Following the lockdown measures introduced in the UK in March 2020, the impact on the arts sector – like much of wider society - has been sudden and severe. As these measures were eased over Summer 2020, Creative Scotland commissioned 56 Degree Insight to undertake research looking at the attitudes of the general population in relation to arts participation and attendance.

Exploring the multiple contributions of the arts and humanities to leadership

University of Cambridge, 14 October 2020, United Kingdom

This working paper summarises three emerging narratives about the distinctive contribution of the arts and humanities to leadership.


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Arts, Culture and Heritage in the New Normal: The role of repayable finance

Hosted by Nesta, 25 November - 1 December 2020, England

What is repayable finance? And how can arts, culture and heritage organisations access this innovative form of funding to help them achieve their aims? Nesta's Arts & Culture Finance team are hosting a series of webinars explaining how different arts, culture and heritage organisations have successfully applied for repayable finance and used it achieve greater impact and resilience.


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Call for proposals: Review of the Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture (FestPAC)

Pacific Community (SPC), 9 November 2020, International

The Pacific Community (SPC) seeks proposals from consultants with relevant experience to review the Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture, including its bid process for hosting and delivery model; with a view to build a model that is socially, culturally, environmentally and economically sustainable and delivers the greatest value for Pacific countries, taking into account the changing context and development landscape resulting from the impact of COVID-19 and other challenges. Proposal deadline: 7 December 2020.


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En los últimos meses, los gobiernos han destinado muchos esfuerzos a las prioridades y necesidades nacionales, comprensiblemente, para poder responder a la pandemia desde sus contextos específicos. Sin embargo, los titulares de las últimas semanas vienen reflejando también declaraciones de apoyo a la cooperación intergubernamental y visiones regionales comunes.

Un momento histórico a nivel internacional fue el 4 de noviembre pasado, cuando los ministros de Cultura del G20 analizaron el acenso de la economía cultural y el potencial de la cultura de contribuir al conjunto de las políticas públicas, incluidas la recuperación económica y social, lo que situó la cultura, por primera vez, en un papel central en los diálogos del G20.

En África, la Comisión Económica de las Naciones Unidas para África celebró una reunión para analizar los resultados de una serie de estudios sobre las prioridades de desarrollo de las cinco sub-regiones del continente, en la que el Secretario General de la ONU y el presidente de la Comisión de la Unión Africana firmaron un Marco Conjunto para la Implementación de la Agenda 2063, que incluye objetivos para la cultura, y la Agenda 2030 de Desarrollo Sostenible.

En las Américas, representantes de 22 países latinoamericanos participaron a principios de este mes en el VII Congreso Iberoamericano de Cultura, un foro de alto nivel que analiza políticas culturales con el sector y la ciudadanía. El Congreso concluyó con el desafío de construir un nuevo pacto social que logre el desarrollo sostenible de la región.

En Asia, los ministros de China, Japón y la República de Corea se unieron a los ministros de Cultura de los países ASEAN el pasado 23 de octubre en la novena Reunión de ministros de Cultura ASEAN más Tres, en la que acordaron reforzar los intercambios multilaterales culturales y artísticos a pesar de la pandemia.

En Europa, el 28 de octubre el Consejo Nórdico de ministros de Cultura celebró su segunda reunión de 2020 con el foco puesto en la sostenibilidad y la cultura en la transición verde. En la reunión, los ministros analizaron las prioridades del sector cultural, así como un nuevo programa de cooperación para 2021-2024 basado en su Visión 2030, que fomenta una región verde, competitiva y socialmente sostenible, y un plan de acción con objetivos tangibles que se publicará en enero de 2021. Por su parte, el 13 de noviembre, el Consejo de Europa lanzó su Manifiesto por la Libertad de Expresión de las Artes y la Cultura en la Era Digital, que presenta los valores y protecciones de la libertad de expresión en la región, incluida la expresión artística, y destaca el vital papel de las artes y la cultura para mantener diálogos constructivos en sociedades abiertas y democráticas.

En el Pacífico, representantes de la Comunidad del Pacífico (SPC) participarán esta semana en la 50ª reunión del Comité de Representantes de Gobiernos y Administraciones, en la que los miembros de la Comunidad analizarán la evolución regional y las estrategias adecuadas para abordar los problemas actuales, de cara a alcanzar una recuperación plena tras el COVID-19.

La cooperación regional y las visiones compartidas también han sido el motor de nuestro trabajo este último mes, con la celebración de las reuniones de los Capítulos Regionales de África, Asia y Europa de la Federación. En las reuniones, los miembros reflexionaron sobre las estrategias regionales y las colaboraciones para apoyar a las comunidades creativas y culturales, la recuperación y reconstrucción del sector, los efectos del COVID-19 en la cooperación internacional, y el futuro de la inversión pública. Estos diálogos servirán de base para nuestro trabajo en 2021 y esperamos compartir pronto más información al respecto.

Como siempre, si tiene noticias, publicaciones o novedades que le gustaría que difundiésemos, por favor póngase en contacto con el Secretariado en news@ifacca.org.

Noticias de IFACCA


IFACCA participa en el panel ResiliArt de CINARS/UNESCO

El 9 de noviembre, Magdalena Moreno Mujica, directora ejecutiva de la Federación, participó en la mesa redonda Apoyo a la circulación de la diversidad y la creatividad, en la última edición de la serie ResiliArt de la UNESCO, copatrocinada por CINARS. Durante la sesión, los panelistas examinaron las repercusiones de la pandemia en el sector y los efectos en la libre circulación internacional de ideas, personas y proyectos culturales. La Sra. Moreno presentó un panorama general de las respuestas de los organismos gubernamentales ante la pandemia; destacó el peligro de colapso de los sectores artísticos creativos y culturales; promovió la necesidad de abordar las desigualdades que se han visto agravadas por la pandemia; confirmó la importancia de trabajar en colaboración entre los gobiernos, los sectores y las comunidades; y subrayó que la movilidad y la libre circulación de personas e ideas son esenciales para el dinamismo social. Más información.

IFACCA participa en el VII Congreso Iberoamericano de Cultura

El jueves 5 de noviembre, Magdalena Moreno Mujica, directora ejecutiva de la Federación, participó en la mesa redonda Multilateralismo y diplomacia cultural durante el VII Congreso Iberoamericano de Cultura, junto con los representantes de las instituciones miembros de IFACCA Ernesto Ottone, subdirector general de Cultura de UNESCO, y Andrés Delich, secretario general adjunto de la Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos por la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (OEI). El diálogo se centró en los problemas económicos para apoyar la recuperación del sector tras el COVID, en el trabajo multilateral y en los beneficios que comporta aprender de otros miembros de la comunidad internacional. La Secretaría General Iberoamericana (SEGIB) y la Secretaría de Cultura de México, miembro nacional de la Federación, organizaron el Congreso, que concluyó con el desafío de construir un nuevo pacto social que logre el desarrollo sostenible de la región.

Nuestros amigos hispanohablantes pueden acceder a una grabación de la sesión aquí.


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La cooperación internacional será clave en el desarrollo de la economía creativa

La República, 12 November 2020, Colombia

Luego de cuatro días dedicados a la economía naranja, el Gran Foro Mundial de Artes, Cultura, Creatividad y Tecnología (Gfacct) llegó a la última sesión de conferencias en su programación.

La Secretaría de Cultura y el Conacyt firman convenio marco de colaboración en materia cultural y artística

Secretary of Culture, 6 November 2020, Mexico

Con el propósito de impulsar iniciativas conjuntas para la investigación científica en materia cultural y artística, así como para promover el acceso universal al conocimiento y estimular las vocaciones científicas enfocadas en la protección, conservación y promoción del patrimonio artístico, cultural, arqueológico e histórico de México, este viernes se celebró la firma del Convenio marco de colaboración interinstitucional entre la Secretaría de Cultura del Gobierno de México, encabezada por Alejandra Frausto Guerrero, y la directora general del Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (Conacyt), María Elena Álvarez-Buylla Roces.

SNC y SPL presentan el Festival de Lenguas y Culturas Indígenas

National Secretary of Culture, Presidency of the Republic, Paraguay, 5 November 2020, Paraguay

En el marco de las actividades de la Comisión Nacional de Conmemoración del Año Internacional de las Lenguas Indígenas 2019 (CAILI), se desarrollará este viernes 6 de noviembre el Festival de Lenguas y Culturas Indígenas.

El Instituto Cervantes dispondrá de 40 millones de la UE para su digitalización

El País, 5 November 2020, Spain

El director del Instituto Cervantes, Luis García Montero, ha informado este miércoles de que la Unión Europea aportará 47,7 millones de euros a esta institución de los fondos de ayuda por la crisis del coronavirus, “que van a permitir una imprescindible transformación tecnológica”, ha dicho en la Comisión de Exteriores del Congreso.

Arte y cultura en tiempos de emergencia

Ministry of Culture of El Salvador, 5 November 2020, El Salvador

Tras el deslave ocasionado por las lluvias en la comunidad Los Angelitos II de Nejapa —el pasado jueves 29 de octubre—, el Ministerio de Cultura habilitó una ludoteca en el albergue del Centro Escolar Aldea de Las Mercedes. De esta manera, se lleva un sorbo de esperanza a las familias afectadas a través de toda una serie de actividades culturales y educativas que incluyen a diferentes artistas.

El ministro de Cultura participó de la reunión de Ministros de Cultura del G20

Ministry of Culture of the Nation, Argentina, 4 November 2020, Argentina

El ministro de Cultura de la Nación, Tristán Bauer, participó esta mañana de la primera reunión de Ministros de Cultura del G20 que tuvo al Reino de Arabia Saudita como país anfitrión y a Italia como coanfitrión, en la que se destacó el rol fundamental de la cultura en la economía y el desarrollo, y que ubica a las políticas culturales en el centro de la agenda mundial.

El Gobierno aprueba nuevas medidas de protección para los trabajadores del sector cultural

Ministry of Culture and Sport, Spain, 3 November 2020, Spain

El Consejo de Ministros, con la aprobación hoy de este Real Decreto-Ley de medidas sociales, complementa las medidas de apoyo al sector de la cultura, tan necesarias para seguir haciendo frente a la crisis derivada de la COVID-19, en un sector especialmente golpeado afectado debido a su vulnerabilidad histórica, dada la intermitencia y estacionalidad que caracterizan la actividad artística.

Transcultura: Un nuevo paradigma para la integración cultural entre Cuba, el Caribe y la Unión Europea

UNESCO, 2 November 2020, International

Con el ánimo de aprovechar el espíritu creativo y la multiculturalidad del Caribe para promover el desarrollo socioeconómico y profundizar la integración subregional, la UNESCO y la Unión Europea impulsan el Programa Transcultura: integrando a Cuba, el Caribe y la Unión Europea mediante la cultura y la creatividad, que se implementará durante los próximos tres años y medio.

La OEI y la Fundación Internacional EU-LAC estrechan lazos de cooperación por la educación, la ciencia y la cultura

OEI - Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos, 22 October 2020, International

La Fundación Unión Europea-América Latina y el Caribe (Fundación EU-LAC) y la Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos (OEI) han sellado su voluntad de colaboración a través de la suscripción de un convenio marco en el que se establecen las bases de cooperación para el desarrollo de programas y actividades de interés mutuo, en especial, en las áreas de la educación, la ciencia, la cultura y la investigación.

Ministerio de las Culturas organiza ciclo de coloquios sobre la situación actual de comunidades y artistas migrantes

Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage, Chile, 21 October 2020, Chile

Con una mirada territorial, dirigida a las regiones de Biobio, Metropolita, O’Higgins y Valparaíso, este jueves 22 de octubre se dará inicio al ciclo “Encuentros sobre Migración y Cultura” que organiza el Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio a través del Programa de Interculturalidad e Inclusión de Migrantes.

La cultura en crisis – Una reciente publicación de la UNESCO proporciona una serie de indicaciones para fortalecer la resiliencia de las industrias creativas y culturales después de la pandemia de COVID-19

UNESCO, 21 October 2020, International

La crisis sanitaria ha tenido muy hondas repercusiones en el sector de la cultura y en las personas que trabajan en él. Habida cuenta de que los empleos en este sector son muy a menudo de carácter informal, las profesiones artísticas y culturales suelen verse excluidas de los sistemas generales de protección social y económica. Por eso es fundamental adoptar medidas específicamente adaptadas a la situación de los trabajadores del sector creativo, a fin de garantizar su supervivencia profesional.


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