Theme:
Status of the Artist, Policy Design, Contributing to the SDGs
Type of project:
Awareness Raising, Capacity Development
Countries:
Local Partner(s):
  • Koalisi Seni
    Type of organization: 
    NGO
Related activity:
  • Promote artistic freedom and engage stakeholders in systematic monitoring of artistic freedom violations to support the Government of Indonesia in its commitment to develop a vibrant cultural sector
Start date
May 2022
End date
May 2023

Context/Overview

This project focuses on a key area of the 2005 Convention: “Protecting and promoting cultural diversity by guaranteeing human rights and fundamental freedom” (artistic freedom). The objectives of the project are twofold:

  • To strengthen capabilities of journalists, artistic communities and human rights organizations in monitoring and reporting artistic freedom violations through development of a monitoring system prototype; establishment of a monitoring network; technical training of the monitoring system; and mobilization support through public campaign; and,
  • To push for government and civil society acknowledgement about the ongoing state of artistic freedom in Indonesia by providing case monitoring reports and recommendation of policy actions.

Monitoring and promoting artistic freedom in Indonesia

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Countries: 
Indonesia
Local Partner: 
Koalisi Seni
Type of organization: 
NGO
Date: 
2022 to 2023
Context/Overview: 

This project focuses on a key area of the 2005 Convention: “Protecting and promoting cultural diversity by guaranteeing human rights and fundamental freedom” (artistic freedom). The objectives of the project are twofold:

  • To strengthen capabilities of journalists, artistic communities and human rights organizations in monitoring and reporting artistic freedom violations through development of a monitoring system prototype; establishment of a monitoring network; technical training of the monitoring system; and mobilization support through public campaign; and,
  • To push for government and civil society acknowledgement about the ongoing state of artistic freedom in Indonesia by providing case monitoring reports and recommendation of policy actions.
Key Figures: 
Promote artistic freedom and engage stakeholders in systematic monitoring of artistic freedom violations to support the Government of Indonesia in its commitment to develop a vibrant cultural sector
Section for activities: 
Short Description: 

 

    Donors: 
    UNESCO-Aschberg programme for artists and cultural professionals
    Related activity: 
    UNESCO scales up support to improve the status of the artist worldwide