The Wild Escape, the largest partnership of the museum’s sector thus far, has kicked off in the United Kingdom uniting more than 500 museums to raise children’s awareness and understanding of biodiversity loss.
From Good to Better
All Parties of the UNESCO 2005 Convention have to undertake research and analysis for the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions. Why? To assess the impact of policy change on the creative and cultural industries, set priorities, and identify where further human and financial resources are needed.
The Cultural Relations Platform is supporting the visibility and maximising the results of cultural cooperation projects in the Western Balkans. These projects cover a diverse range of sectors and contribute to the crosscutting objectives of the European Commission.
“Microfunding Cultural and Creative Sectors” is a project to support the overall cultural and creative sectors (CCS) by bridging the skills gap of professionals in the sector and connecting them with the business and microfinance sector. The idea? To underpin cultural entrepreneurs in the implementation and financing of their business ideas!