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Number 429 18 October 2022



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Image: MONDIACULT 2022
Credit: IFACCA

The UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development - MONDIACULT 2022 concluded in Mexico City on 30 September with an ambitious Declaration for Culture that explicitly acknowledged culture as a global public good, with an intrinsic value to enable and drive sustainable development. The Declaration calls for the UN Secretary General to firmly anchor culture as a global public good, and to integrate it as a specific goal, in its own right, in the development agenda beyond 2030. The Declaration also reflects countries’ agreement on a common roadmap to strengthen public policies in the field of culture.

Convened by UNESCO and hosted by the Government of Mexico, MONDIACULT 2022 was the largest world conference devoted to culture in the last 40 years. The meeting brought together 2600 participants, among them 150 delegations from UNESCO Member States with 135 of them represented at the highest level by ministers of culture. Also attending the three-day conference were 83 civil society organisations, 32 intergovernmental organisations, and nine UN agencies. IFACCA had a significant representation at MONDIACULT 2022 through the 48 representatives of National Member Institutions and four Secretariat staff.

In the context of MONDIACULT 2022, IFACCA also celebrated in Mexico City its 8th General Assembly and appointed two new members to the Board: Kristin Danielsen, Executive Director of Arts Council Norway and Mariana Wainstein, National Director of Culture, Ministry of Education and Culture, Uruguay. In addition, the new Board appointed the following to the Executive Committee: Simon Brault (Canada) as Chair, Kristin Danielsen (Norway) as Deputy Chair and Simon Mellor (England) as Treasurer. Furthermore, regional chapters were held, culminating in an In-focus Forum on the topic of the working conditions for the cultural sector that included concrete examples from Austria, El Salvador, Ireland, Singapore, Spain, United States of America, and Zimbabwe.

The discussions both at MONDIACULT 2022 and IFACCA events, as well as the Declaration for Culture also call for action from Member States to protect and promote artistic freedom and freedom of expression, as well to strengthen the economic and social rights of artists, cultural professionals and practitioners - both topics which will be in the spotlight at the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture in Stockholm in 2023. Hence, from now on, our focus moves to our next World Summit.

We are delighted to share with you some of our diverse participants who will bring their own experience and ideas to the Summit theme of artistic freedom. Pioneering artist, photojournalist, educator and social activist Shahidul Alam (Bangladesh) will open the Summit. Also with us will be academic and activist Svetlana Mintcheva (USA), who is at the forefront of emerging trends in censorship; human rights defender and journalist Ole Reitov (Denmark); Helge Lunde (Norway), Executive Director, ICORN, the International Cities of Refuge Network, which brings together 75 member cities and regions in Europe and beyond; Alison Tickell (UK), Founder and CEO of Julie’s Bicycle, which is acknowledged as a leading organisation bridging sustainability and the arts; Kathy Rowland (Malaysia/Singapore), co-founder of ArtsEquator.com; and visionary cultural leader and strong advocate for the empowerment of women and girls through music and education, Dr Ahmad Naser Sarmast (Afghanistan).

The voice of artists will also be strongly featured at the Summit. Confirmed speakers include LASTESIS Collective (Chile), the feminist collective from Valparaíso that inspired social movements; composer Alfons Karabuda (Sweden), the President of the International Music Council; and the inaugural recipient of the Guggenheim Social Practice Initiative, Marc Bamuthi Joseph (USA), whose performances range from opera to film. 

Joining us from the IFACCA family will be IFACCA Chair, Simon Brault, CEO, Canada Council for the Arts; Jozef Kovalčik, Director, Slovak Arts Council; and Nicholas Moyo, Executive Director, National Arts Council of Zimbabwe, amongst many more to be announced.

These are just a sample of the amazing thought leaders we have brought in for the programme of the 9th World Summit. For more information, please visit the World Summit website.


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9th World Summit on Arts and Culture: Safeguarding Artistic Freedom


The 9th World Summit is scheduled to take place in Stockholm, Sweden from 3 - 5 May 2023.



The 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture will set the agenda for safeguarding artistic freedom. Myriad positive outcomes derive from open creativity and cultural participation: self- and social-reflection and exposure to different perspectives and ideas can lead to personal, collective and social growth. The Summit will bring together leading policy makers, researchers, managers and practitioners from the arts, culture, and related sectors from around the world to explore artistic freedom as a fundamental pillar of cultural policy, and examine how we can – and why we should – safeguard artistic freedom. This freedom relies on a cultural value chain that fosters conditions in which artists can create, present, distribute, and share their work; and in which citizens can participate in cultural life, which is a cultural right shared by all. The creation and safeguarding of these conditions are shared responsibilities for the international community. 

Worldwide, policy makers and advocates have driven the improvement of these conditions and the protection of free artistic expression. However, while some progress has been made, the road ahead is complex – from political changes to environmental disasters unfolding right in our presence, and of course, to the COVID-19 pandemic and its multi-fold effects – which have accentuated existing challenges for artists to create and for citizens to participate in cultural life. 

Against this backdrop of political change and uncertainty, environmental disasters and the many effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Summit will deep dive into the political, economic, social, technological, environmental, and cultural influences that affect – and shape our conceptions of – artistic freedom, and how we might strengthen and advance it. 

Over our days together we will: 

  • explore how artistic freedom is experienced across the globe, including who do and do not enjoy its benefits 
  • draw out the opportunities artistic freedom affords, and the challenges it faces on local and global levels 
  • co-design agile solutions to improve artistic freedom at home, while contributing to advancing artistic freedom internationally. 

Continuing our commitment to a participatory event experience, this Summit will include a range of session formats that open up spaces for knowledge and ideas exchange, lively and constructive debate, and action-focused collaborative planning. Sessions will include ‘in conversation' keynote format that will pair great minds to talk through big topics and emerging trends. These will be complimented by our popular facilitated world cafés, participatory workshops led by creative practitioners, long table sessions and case studies. 

More information about the programme is available on the World Summit website.  



The 9th World Summit will take place at Stockholm’s newest and most versatile large-scale venue, the Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre. Centrally located, the three-storey Congress Centre offers convenient access to a diversity of exceptional cultural and entertainment experiences, as well as stunning views of the City Hall and the surrounding waters.

More information about Sweden, our host city Stockholm, and the venues for the 9th World Summit, is available on the World Summit website. 

Image: Exterior of Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre.
Credit: Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre.



Confirmed speakers include: Dr Shahidul Alam (Bangladesh); Simon Brault (Canada); Marc Bamuthi Joseph (USA); Alfons Karabuda (Sweden); Jozef Kovalčik (Slovak Republic); LASTESIS Collective (Chile); Helge Lunde (Norway); Svetlana Mintcheva (USA); Nicholas Moyo (Zimbabwe); Ole Reitov (Denmark); Kathy Rowland (Malaysia/Singapore); Dr. Ahmad Naser Sarmast (Afghanistan); and Alison Tickell (United Kingdom).

More programme participants will be announced on the World Summit website and future editions of ACORNS.



Delegates are integral to the collective wisdom of the World Summits. In the room, you should expect to be amongst arts and culture sector experts and leaders, government representatives, staff of cultural organisations and creative practitioners. The Summit is a rare opportunity to meet new people with a shared vision and further strengthen your existing relationships.  

Registration for the Summit is now open.

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Department of Culture and Tourism, Abu Dhabi, 12 October 2022, United Arab Emirates

The Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) and the Statistics Centre – Abu Dhabi (SCAD) have signed an MoU to boost critical decision-making through Artificial Intelligence (AI).


In order for Copyright, related rights to come to life

Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Viet Nam, 12 October 2022, Viet Nam

On the morning of 12/10, the Copyright Office (Ministry of Copyright) held a conference - Workshop on Dissemination of the Law amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Law on Intellectual Property, WCT Treaty, WPPT Treaty and collecting opinions on the Draft Decree detailing a number of articles and measures to implement the Law on Intellectual Property on Copyright, related rights. 


With draft law, Ministry of Culture begins transformation to Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Knowledge – Mi CASa

12 October 2022, Colombia

The draft law seeks the transformation of the Ministry of Culture to the Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Knowledge – Mi CASa to recognize the diversity, knowledge, cultures, heritage, and the different experiences and ways of living in Colombia that will allow to build peace from culture. 


UOB and NAC in strategic partnership to support the arts ecosystem to position Singapore as an arts hub for Southeast Asia

National Arts Council of Singapore, 10 October 2022, Singapore

UOB and National Arts Council (NAC) Singapore signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate and commit to a strategic partnership to develop the financial and business competencies of the Singapore arts community, and support the development of a vibrant arts scene in Singapore.


Tackling the Climate and Nature Emergencies

Cygnor Celfyddydau Cymru - Arts Council of Wales, 04 October 2022, Wales

Arts Council of Wales, in partnership with Natural Resources Wales, has commissioned The Centre for Alternative Technology to develop a new Strategy for Climate Justice and the Arts, to look at issues such as using the arts to connect people with the nature and climate emergencies and the support that is needed for artists and arts organisations to minimise the environmental impact of creating art.


President Biden Issues Proclamation on National Arts and Humanities Month, Includes Executive Order to Promote the Arts, the Humanities, and Museum and Library Services

National Endowment for the Arts, 30 September 2022, USA

President Joseph R. Biden issued a proclamation designating October 2022 as National Arts and Humanities Month, accompanied by a new Executive Order that advances a whole-of-government policy for the arts, the humanities, and museum and library services.


Research on the Value of Public Funding for Indigenous Arts and Cultures

Canada Council for the Arts, 29 September 2022, Canada

The Canada Council for the Arts, in collaboration with Archipel Research and Consulting Inc., undertook a research project to understand the role of arts and cultures to Indigenous communities across Canada and the value of public funding for Indigenous arts and cultures.

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MONDIACULT 2022: States adopt historic Declaration for Culture

UNESCO, 07 October 2022, Mexico

One hundred-fifty States unanimously adopted an ambitious Declaration for Culture at the end of a three-day conference convened by UNESCO, which affirms culture as a “global public good” and reflects countries’ agreement on a common roadmap to strengthen public policies in this field.


Global network launches new plan to empower people to imagine and realise climate resilient futures through culture - from arts to heritage

Climate Heritage Network, 28 September 2022, France

The Climate Heritage Network (CHN), a global network of over 250 member organisations comprising organisations, charities, government bodies, universities, memory and cultural institutions, and cultural and creative industries from around the world, has launched its new Action Plan which aims to provide practical tools for its members to connect with local communities and diverse stakeholders in carrying out culture-led climate action.


Nordic Culture Fund: Strategic partnerships pave the way for new knowledge and long-term commitment

The Nordic Culture Fund, 21 September 2022, Denmark

The Nordic Culture Fund joins forces with several actors and organizations in new types of partnership projects to develop initiatives that contribute to new knowledge about the arts and culture field, and stimulate policy development in specific areas, including arts and health, community building, and sustainable development.


G20 CMM: Indonesia leads cultural diplomacy for sustainable living

ANTARA News, 13 September 2022, Indonesia

The Indonesian Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology held the G20 Culture Ministers' Meeting (G20 CMM) in Borobudur, Magelang, Central Java in September, and reaffirmed its commitment to restoring the arts and culture sector in order to achieve a sustainable future with the help of the Global Arts and Culture Recovery Fund (GACRF) and sustainable living practices.

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Creative economy offers countries path to development, says new UNCTAD report

UNCTAD - United Nations Conference on Trade & Development,
07 October 2022

The creative economy offers a feasible development option to all countries, particularly developing economies, says UNCTAD’s Creative Economy Outlook 2022 launched on 7 October at the 3rd World Congress on Creative Economy in Bali, Indonesia.


The state of culture and creative industries during the war - research results from the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation and the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine

Ukrainian Cultural Foundation, 06 October 2022, Ukraine

In order to collect and analyze information about the state of creative industries during the war for further development of a plan to restore the cultural industry and encouraging partners and donors to support national creative industries, the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation together with the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine conducted an anonymous online survey of creative entrepreneurs and creative specialists - applicants of the UCF 2020-2022.


Publications on mobility in culture - The results of the research on mobility in culture have been published in the New Foundation publications

Kultura Nova Foundation, 03 October 2022, Croatia

Kultura Nova Foundation, along with the European Cultural Foundation and MitOst implemented the project "i-Portunus Houses – Kick-Start a Local Mobility Host Network for Artists & Cultural Professionals in All Creative Europe Countries", which carried out research on mobility in culture, the results of which have now been published in the publication titled " Slow Mobility: Scenario for the Future of Mobility in Culture" (translated).

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Opportunities and Events


Chevening Clore Leadership Fellowship

Chevening, 17 October 2022, United Kingdom

The Chevening Clore Leadership Fellowship is a tailored programme of leadership development for mid-career professionals in the arts and culture sector, which aims to enrich and transform cultural practice and engagement by developing leadership potential, acumen and skills.


Cultural Protection Fund small grants open call

British Council, 14 October 2022, United Kingdom

The Cultural Protection Fund (CPF) is led by the British Council in partnership with the UK Government Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), and aims to help create sustainable opportunities for social and economic development through building capacity to foster, safeguard and promote cultural heritage.


Culturopolis: International Days on Cultural Rights

Culture Action Europe, 21 September 2022, Spain

Co-organised by the Culture Institute of Barcelona (ICUB) and Culture Action Europe (CAE) and in partnership with the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG),  Culturopolis: International Days on Cultural Rights presents a conference programme, contributors, projects and artistic programme that will fill the days of 16 to 19 November 2022 in Barcelona, Spain.

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Imagen: MONDIACULT 2022
Crédito: IFACCA

La Conferencia UNESCO sobre Políticas Culturales y Desarrollo Sostenible – MONDIACULT 2022, concluyó en la Ciudad de México con una ambiciosa Declaración por la Cultura que reconoce explícitamente que la cultura es un bien público mundial con un valor intrínseco para facilitar e impulsar el desarrollo sostenible. La Declaración insta a que el Secretario General de las Naciones Unidas asiente firmemente la cultura como un bien público mundial y la integre como objetivo específico en sí mismo en la agenda para el desarrollo más allá de 2030. La Declaración también refleja el acuerdo de los Estados para una hoja de ruta común para reforzar las políticas públicas en el ámbito de la cultura.

Convocada por las Naciones Unidas y organizada por el Gobierno de México, MONDIACULT 2022 ha sido la mayor Conferencia dedicada a la cultura en los últimos 40 años. El encuentro reunió a 2600 participantes, entre los que se contaron 150 delegaciones de Estados miembros de la UNESCO, 135 de ellos representados al más alto nivel por sus ministros de Cultura. También participaron en los tres días de la Conferencia 83 organizaciones de la sociedad civil, 32 organizaciones intergubernamentales y nueve agencias de la ONU. IFACCA estuvo representada en MONDIACULT con 48 representantes de sus instituciones nacionales miembros y cuatro integrantes del personal del Secretariado.

En el marco de MONDIACULT 2022, IFACCA celebró en la Ciudad de México su 8ª Asamblea General y nombró a dos nuevos miembros de la Junta: Kristin Danielsen, directora ejecutiva del Consejo de las Artes de Noruega, y Mariana Wainstein, directora nacional de Cultura, del Ministerio de Educación y Cultura de Uruguay. Además, la nueva Junta nombró los siguientes miembros del Comité Ejecutivo: Simon Brault (Canadá) como presidente, Kristin Danielsen (Noruega) como vicepresidenta, y Simon Mellor (Inglaterra) como tesorero. También se celebraron las reuniones de los Capítulos Regionales que culminaron en un foro En Foco sobre el tema de las condiciones laborales en el sector cultural que contó con ejemplos concretos de Austria, El Salvador, Irlanda, Singapur, España, los Estados Unidos de América y Zimbabue.

Nos alegra compartir las primeras confirmaciones de nuestros/as participantes en la Cumbre, que aportarán sus experiencias e ideas al tema de la libertad artística. El artista, fotoperiodista, educador y activista social Shahidul Alam (Bangladesh) inaugurará la Cumbre. También nos acompañarán la académica y activista Svetlana Mintcheva (Estados Unidos), a la vanguardia de las tendencias en censura; el defensor de los derechos humanos y periodista Ole Reitov (Dinamarca); Helge Lunde (Noruega), director ejecutivo de ICORN, la Red Internacional de Ciudades Refugio, que reúne 75 ciudades y regiones miembro en Europa y fuera de ella; Alison Tickell (Reino Unido), fundadora y directora general de La bicicleta de Julia (Julie´s Bicycle), una organización líder en la alianza entre las artes y la sostenibilidad; Kathy Rowland (Malasia/Singapur), cofundadora de ArtsEquator.com; y el visionario líder cultural y gran defensor del empoderamiento de las mujeres y las niñas mediante la música y la educación Ahmad Naser Sarmast (Afganistán).

La voz de los/as artistas también estará fuertemente representada en la Cumbre. Los/as ponentes confirmados/as son el Colectivo LASTESIS (Chile), el colectivo feminista de Valparaíso que inspiró movimientos sociales; el compositor Alfons Karabuda (Suecia), presidente del Consejo Internacional de la Música; y el primer ganador de la Iniciativa de Práctica Social Guggenheim, Marc Bamuthi Joseph (Estados Unidos), activo en campos tan diversos como la ópera o el cine.

La familia IFACCA estará representada por nuestro presidente, Simon Brault, director general del Consejo de las Artes de Canadá; Jozef Kovalčik, director del Consejo de las Artes de Eslovaquia; y Nicholas Moyo, director ejecutivo del Consejo de las Artes de Zimbabue, entre muchos/as otros/as que iremos anunciando.

Esta es sólo una muestra del extraordinario liderazgo de pensamiento que tendremos en el programa de la 9ª Cumbre Mundial. Para más información, visite la página web de la Cumbre.

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9ª Cumbre Mundial de las Artes y la Cultura: Salvaguardar la Libertad Artística


La 9ª Cumbre Mundial se celebrará en Estocolmo, Suecia, los días 3 a 5 de mayo de 2023.



La 9ª Cumbre Mundial de las Artes y la Cultura marcará la agenda para salvaguardar la libertad artística. Una creatividad y participación cultural abiertas ofrecen multitud de resultados positivos: la reflexión individual y social y la exposición a distintas ideas y perspectivas pueden conducir al crecimiento personal, colectivo y social. La 9ª Cumbre de las Artes y la Cultura reunirá responsables de políticas públicas, investigadores/as, gestores/as y profesionales de las artes, la cultura y otros sectores relacionados para explorar desde todo el mundo el tema de la libertad artística como pilar fundamental de la política cultural y para examinar cómo podemos – y por qué deberíamos – salvaguardar la libertad artística. Esta libertad depende de una cadena de valor cultural que promueva las condiciones necesarias para que los/as artistas puedan crear, mostrar, distribuir y compartir su trabajo, y para que los/as ciudadanos/as puedan participar en la vida cultural, lo que es un derecho cultural de a todos/as. Es responsabilidad conjunta de la comunidad internacional crear y salvaguardar dichas condiciones.

Responsables y defensores de las políticas públicas en todo el mundo han promovido la mejora de estas condiciones y la protección de la libre expresión artística. Sin embargo, aunque se han logrado avances, el camino que se vislumbra es complejo; y lo es aún más a raíz de los recientes sucesos que han tenido un efecto radical en todo el mundo, desde cambios políticos a los desastres medioambientales en nuestro entorno y, por supuesto, tras la pandemia del COVID-19 y sus múltiples efectos, que han acentuado los ya existentes desafíos para que los/as artistas creen y la ciudadanía participe en la vida cultural. 

En este contexto de cambios políticos, desastres medioambientales y los múltiples efectos de la pandemia del COVID-19, la Cumbre analizará a fondo los factores políticos, económicos, sociales, tecnológicos, medioambientales y culturales que afectan a la libertad artística e influyen en nuestras concepciones de esta, y cómo podemos reforzarla y promoverla.

En los días de la Cumbre, nos dedicaremos a:

  • Analizar cómo se experimenta la libertad artística en todo el mundo, y quién disfruta o no de sus bondades.
  • Señalar las oportunidades que ofrece la libertad artística y amenazas que sufre en las esferas locales y global.
  • Codiseñar soluciones ágiles para mejorar la libertad artística en nuestro entorno y promoverla internacionalmente. 

Continuando con nuestro compromiso de ofrecer una experiencia participativa del evento, la Cumbre contará con una gama de formatos de sesiones que abrirán espacios para el intercambio de conocimientos e ideas, debates animados y constructivos, y una planificación colaborativa y centrada en la acción. Las sesiones incluirán un nuevo formato principal llamado “En conversación”, que reunirá a dos grandes pensadores/as para hablar de los temas principales y tendencias emergentes. Además, contaremos con nuestras populares sesiones de World Café, talleres participativos a cargo de profesionales creativos/as, sesiones de mesa larga y estudios de caso.    

Para más información, visite la página web de la Cumbre.



La 9ª Cumbre Mundial se llevará a cabo en el lugar más nuevo y versátil de Estocolmo, el Centro de Congresos Waterfront de Estocolmo. Situado en el centro de la cuidad, el Centro de Congresos cuenta con tres plantas y ofrece un cómodo acceso a una diversidad de experiencias culturales, así como impresionantes vistas de la Municipalidad de Estocolmo y de las aguas circundantes.

La web de la Cumbre Mundial ofrece más información sobre Suecia, sobre nuestra ciudad sede, Estocolmo y las sedes de la 9ª Cumbre Mundial.

Imagen: Exterior del Centro de Congresos Waterfront de Estocolmo.
Crédito: Centro de Congresos Waterfront de Estocolmo.



Los/as ponentes confirmados son los siguientes: Shahidul Alam (Bangladesh); Simon Brault (Canadá); Marc Bamuthi Joseph (Estados Unidos); Alfons Karabuda (Suecia); Jozef Kovalčik (República Eslovaca); Colectivo LASTESIS (Chile); Helge Lunde (Noruega); Svetlana Mintcheva (Estados Unidos); Nicholas Moyo (Zimbabue); Ole Reitov (Dinamarca); Kathy Rowland (Malasia/Singapur); Ahmad Naser Sarmast (Afganistán); y Alison Tickell (Reino Unido).

Se anunciarán más participantes del programa en la página web de la Cumbre Mundial y en las próximas ediciones de ACORNS.



Los delegados y delegadas son parte integral del conocimiento colectivo que generan las Cumbres Mundiales y compartirán espacio con expertos y líderes, representantes de los gobiernos, personal de las organizaciones culturales y profesionales de la creación. La Cumbre es una rara oportunidad de conocer gente nueva con una visión semejante a la suya y de consolidar sus relaciones actuales.    

La inscripción para la Cumbre está abierta.


Con proyecto de Ley, Ministerio de Cultura inicia transformación a Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y los Saberes – Mi CASa

Ministry of Culture, Colombia, 12 October 2022, Colombia

El proyecto de Ley busca la transformación a Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y los Saberes – Mi CASa como un reconocimiento a la diversidad, saberes, culturas, patrimonios, y las diferentes experiencias y formas de sentir en Colombia que permitirán construir una paz total a partir de la cultura.


MONDIACULT 2022, el encuentro de las culturas del mundo

Ministry of Culture, 10 October 2022, Mexico

Del 28 al 30 de septiembre el Gobierno de México fue anfitrión de la Conferencia Mundial de la UNESCO sobre Políticas Culturales y Desarrollo Sostenible, MONDIACULT 2022, la más grande dedicada a la cultura en los últimos 40 años. 


Participa en la IV edición del concurso Sabores Migrantes Comunitarios

Ministry of Culture of El Salvador, 05 October 2022, El Salvador

Los programas de cooperación IberCultura Viva, Iber-Rutas e Ibercocinas lanzan la convocatoria para la cuarta edición del concurso Sabores Migrantes Comunitarios, para premiar historias de recetas y prácticas culinarias.


Durante Mondiacult 2022, se fortalece el espacio de diálogo iberoamericano

National Secretary of Culture, Presidency of the Republic, Paraguay, 30 September 2022, Paraguay

En el marco de la Conferencia Mundial de la UNESCO sobre Políticas Culturales y Desarrollo Sostenible Mondiacult 2022, se celebró un diálogo sobre la futura implementación regional de los acuerdos alcanzados por los países parte de UNESCO.


El Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte publica la Encuesta de Hábitos y Prácticas Culturales 2021/2022

Ministry of Culture and Sport, Spain, 30 September 2022, Spain

El Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte publica la Encuesta de Hábitos y Prácticas Culturales en España 2021-2022, una operación estadística oficial incluida en el Plan Estadístico Nacional, de periodicidad trienal.


El 2do Encuentro de Políticas y Economía de la Cultura reunió a exponentes nacionales e internacionales de los ámbitos académico, artístico y de administración pública

OEI - Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos, 23 September 2022, Ecuador

En Ecuador, tras el lanzamiento del Plan de Reactivación Cultural 2021-2023, el 24 de agosto de 2022, la Secretaría de Cultura, la UArtes, la Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura-OEI, organizaron un evento con énfasis cultural, económica, y social que contó con la participación de cerca de 1000 personas, quienes durante 3 días, debatieron , analizaron y reflexionaron con ponentes nacionales e internacionales sobre el quehacer cultural en la capital y la relación entre artistas e instituciones a través de mesas redondas, micrófono abierto y ponencias.

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