Zimbabwe

Region: Africa
Convention Status: Ratified
Date of Ratification: 15/5/2008

Point of Contact

Biggie SAMWANDA
Ministry of Sport, Arts and Culture
Chinengundu Mashayamombe Building
Corner Nelson Mandela Avenue & Simon Muzenda Street
Harare
Zimbabwe

News and Events

Bold strategy in the making for Zimbabwe’s music industry

Music industry in the face of COVID-19In times of crisis, people need culture more than ever....

Zimbabwe reviews its cultural policies and past practices

Several activities will be organised in Zimbabwe by UNESCO in collaboration with National Arts...

Peer learning and participatory policy process for a dynamic culture sector in Africa

 “You are now the local experts”, concluded Avril Joffe, a member of the UNESCO Expert...

Regional training of trainers on cultural policy monitoring in Africa

 What do cultural and creative industries look like in 2019 across Eastern and Southern Africa...

In remembrance of Stephen Chifunyise, revered UNESCO Cultural Expert

Zimbabwe’s legendary playwright, cultural expert, theatre authority and a cultural master...

Project(s)

Reshaping Cultural Policies for the Promotion of Fundamental Freedoms and the Diversity of Cultural Expressions in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is currently part of the 16 partner countries of the project “Re|Shaping Cultural Policies for the Promotion...

Designing a strategy for the sustainable development of CCIs in Zimbabwe

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Reshaping Cultural Policies for the Promotion of Fundamental Freedoms and the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

This project responds to the expressed needs of Parties to the 2005 Convention seeking support to strengthen the human and institutional...

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...

Capacity building in Zimbabwe

Over the past decade, Zimbabwe has seen important developments in the field of culture, namely through the creation of their Ministry of Rural...

Available Periodic Report(s)

Contributions to IFCD:

March 2016
US$ 66.95

August 2010
US$ 275.00