A global capacity-building strategy was designed in 2013 to support Parties in creating institutional and professional environments favourable to promote the diversity of cultural expressions and to raise broad public knowledge and support for the Convention’s principles and objectives.
Capacity-building actions take the form of sharing of knowledge, production of pedagogic tools and materials, training and technical assistance, mentoring or coaching through projects tailored to the specific needs of the beneficiary country, aiming to address the most urgent requirements such as:
- revision of policies and legislation;
- strengthening of institutional systems of governance for culture; and
- enhancement of professional skills and capacities required for the emergence of dynamic creative and cultural industries sectors.
Giving Artists a Voice – UNESCO hosts a 4-day training session on Periodic Reporting on the Implementation of the 2005 Convention in Cambodia14/4/2016
UNESCO hosts a Consultation Workshop on the Draft Periodic Report on the Implementation of the 2005 Convention in Viet Nam5/4/2016
Outcomes of the National Capacity Building for the Monitoring of the Implementation of the UNESCO 2005 Convention29/3/2016
Programmes for the implementation of the Convention aim at strengthening the capacities of Parties – particularly developing countries – to design policies, measures and programmes that have a direct impact on the creation, production, distribution and enjoyment of a diversity of cultural expressions. In the long term, the objective is to bring about positive transformations in the systems of governance that can benefit the cultural and creative sectors.