In the past two decades, digital technologies have transformed the cultural scene profoundly.
The 2005 Convention calls for a new approach to international cooperation by promoting a more balanced flow of cultural goods and services and greater mobility of artists and cultural professionals
Artistic freedom is a global challenge.
The global capacity development programme helps to reinforce skills and build capacities for the development of sustainable policies and measures to implement the 2005 Convention.
Cultural and creative industries contribute up to 10% of the GDP in some developing countries and generate about 30 million jobs worldwide, employing more people aged 15-29 than any other sector -
A leaflet to present the top results of technical assistance missions conducted in 2010-2014 in 13 developing countries. Published in French, English, Spanish.
This leaflet was produced in 2011 for the international call for applications for technical assistance missions. Published in French and English.