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The IFCD trains young musicians in Africa

In Chad, musical trainings help young artists rise onto the regional stage.Only a few days after playing together in...

Working with the Private Sector - Invest in Creativity & Transform Societies

Cultural and creative industries contribute up to 10% of the GDP in some developing countries and generate about 30...

Investing in creativity in the Caribbean through UNESCO's 2005 Convention

Best known for its music scene and for being home to world stars such as Bob Marley, the queen of pop, Rihanna, and hip...

Fund Supporting Creative Professionals in the Developing World Secures First Private Foundation Donation

The Aileen Getty Foundation has made a 15,000 Euro donation to UNESCO’s International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD...

Celebrating young film makers from the developing world - 2005 Convention at Cannes Film Festival

Up and coming filmmakers spoke of their contributions to the film industry in developing countries and the need for...

Investing in Creativity to Transform Societies - IFCD - Watch Impact Film

From setting up a digital arts laboratory in Senegal and boosting cultural policy development in Togo to strengthening...
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Calling on the Private Sector to Help Reinforce Creative Industries

Strengthening partnerships with the private sector is the focus for the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD...

Niger’s Music & Audiovisual Professionals Profit from Copyright Education – IFCD making an Impact

Empowering creative professionals in Niger with key information on copyright laws has contributed towards strengthening...

Ecuador’s Creative Professionals Ready for 7th Funding Call

Ecuador has a vibrant arts, music and audiovisual scene, which is growing from strength to strength and creative...

Creative professionals in Asia Pacific trained to benefit from UNESCO’s fund to support creativity

Government officials, NGO staff, cultural and creative professionals in the Asia Pacific region attended an...