Mexico

Region: Latin America and the Caribbean
Convention Status: Ratified
Date of Ratification: 5/7/2006

Point of Contact

Pablo Raphael de la Madrid
Ministry of Culture
Paseo de la Reforma 175
Mexico City MEX 06500
Mexico

News and Events

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Costa Rica, Mexico and Uganda prepare measures to stimulate creative industries with EU/UNESCO project

The EU/UNESCO Steering Committee approved applications by Costa Rica, Mexico and Uganda. The three...
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4 New projects awarded under UNESCO-Sabrina Ho initiative

“You Are Next”, a UNESCO-Sabrina Ho initiative, rewards four outstanding projects which will be...

UNESCO-Sabrina Ho initiative for women in the digital creative industries awards four outstanding projects

On August 31, UNESCO announced the four winning projects of the new "U40 Empowered, UNESCO-Sabrina...

Seven new projects set to receive IFCD funding

On 13 December 2017, seven initiatives to boost the creative economy around the world were selected...

Discover IFCD projects in the latest United Nations Youth Flash!

The latest edition of the United Nations Youth Flash featured two of the 90 projects financed to...

Project(s)

Designing policies to support indigenous and community radio in Mexico

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Supporting new regulatory frameworks to strengthen the cultural and creative industries and promote South-South cooperation

The cultural and creative industries (CCI) have become a driver and enabler of sustainable development, generating annual global revenues of US$ 2...

UNESCO Culture for Development Indicators (CDIS)

The Culture for Development Indicators Suite (CDIS) is an advocacy and policy tool that...

Available Periodic Report(s)

Contributions to IFCD:

September 2019
US$ 10 000.00

July 2018
US$ 46 853.00

April 2018
US$ 5 000.00

December 2016
US$ 12.00

December 2016
US$ 4 988.00

November 2015
US$ 5 000.00

December 2014
US$ 36 208.00

December 2013
US$ 36 208.00

July 2012
US$ 71 208.00

May 2011
US$ 71 208.00

June 2010
US$ 71 208.00

October 2009
US$ 71 208.00