A new era in fundraising (May 2016)

 
 
BOLSTERING CREATIVE INDUSTRIES:
A NEW ERA IN FUNDRAISING

 
 
 
Private sector contributions reach Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the creative industries

By contributing to the Fund, the private sector will support the development of policies, skills training and create strong private-public partnerships to bolster growth in creative economies in developing countries.

Thanks to a unique mechanism contributions from the private sector open up the opportunity for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to apply to the IFCD.
 
 
 
 
Calling on the Private Sector

Strengthening partnerships with the private sector is the focus for the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) as it enters a new era.
Awareness raising on Copyrights in Niger

Empowering creative professionals in Niger with key information on copyright laws has contributed towards strengthening the industry and the country’s creative economy.
 
 


 
SPEAKING UP
 
 
 
 
"The African Media Initiative (AMI) is working today with industry partners to address five main challenges: media ownership, access to finance, digital, ethics and content development. In implementing the 2005 Convention, we can recognize the critical role played by private and independent media in larger governance and development agendas”.

 

 
 
ERIC CHINJE
CEO of African Media Initiative (AMI),
Africa's largest association of private and independent media owners and executives.

 
 
 THANK YOU! 
 
The IFCD would like to express its deepest
appreciation to those who recently contributed
to the Fund and in particular to those who contribute regularly.

 
 
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