Culture: UNESCO and Abu Dhabi launch a new report on the economic impact of COVID-19: Pandemic cost culture up to 40% in lost revenue and over 10 million jobs
UNESCO and the Department of Culture and Tourism of Abu Dhabi today launch the copublication Culture in Times of COVID19 Resilience Recovery and Revival giving a global overview of the impact of the pandemic on the culture sector since March 2020 and outlining directions for its revival
Pilot Programme on the implementation of the 2005 Convention in the digital environment
The purpose of this call is to solicit expression of interest from individuals interested in working as a national expert Uganda in the implementation of the abovementioned project
The 2023 Call for Nominations for the UNESCO-Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman International Prize for the Creative Economy is now open !
Recognizing and investing in initiatives that help foster creativity innovation and youth entrepreneurship is key to supporting creative talents and giving them greater access to new opportunities and markets
Call for Expression of Interest for a National Expert (Uganda)
Technical assistance for the protection and promotion of the status of the artist and cultural professionals Deadline 9 November 2022
UNESCO offers concrete support to Small Island Developing States to monitor policies for creativity
In 2022 UNESCO launched a capacitybuilding programme to support Small Island Developing States SIDS in monitoring and developing policies for creativity
UNESCO: We must protect artists and defend the right to freedom of expression!
When artists dare to challenge social norms champion human rights or give a voice to the voiceless they often face consequences They can encounter threats harassment censorship and even physical attacks because of their work Sometimes they are forced to flee their homes or even countries because their lives are in danger