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UNESCO Priorities:
Funds Allocated:
US$ 72 887.00
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Applicant:
Association Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia
Start date
Apr 2021
End date
Apr 2023

About the project:

Association Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia, a non-profit organization committed to promoting the development of innovative and critical art practices in Serbia, proposes to: 1) identify mechanisms generating gender inequalities in the cultural life in Serbia; 2) strengthen women's capacities working in the cultural and creative industries (CCIs); and 3) create a network of women’s organizations and different actors working in the cultural and creative sector.

How does this project contribute to the implementation of the 2005 Convention?

  • Supports the representation of women as creators and producers of expressions by strengthening capacities - The project will support women by strengthening their artistic and business skills and increase women’s participation and representation within the CCIs.  
  • Creates networks and initiatives that support and facilitate the mobility of artists and cultural professionals in the South-East Europe region - The project aims to establish a network between women through mobility programme and workshops.

Gender equality for cultural diversity

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Project implementation period: 
2021 to 2023
About the project: 

Association Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia, a non-profit organization committed to promoting the development of innovative and critical art practices in Serbia, proposes to: 1) identify mechanisms generating gender inequalities in the cultural life in Serbia; 2) strengthen women's capacities working in the cultural and creative industries (CCIs); and 3) create a network of women’s organizations and different actors working in the cultural and creative sector.

Beneficiary countries: 
Serbia
Country of applicant: 
Serbia
UNESCO Priorities: 
Funds allocated (in USD): 
USD72887.00
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Main activities
Short Description: 
  • Conduct an online survey targeting at least 200 women and 25 semi-structured interviews to identify main challenges within the sector.
  • Develop a strategy and long-term activities to increase women’s participation and representation in the CCIs.
  • Design a tailor-made capacity building programme based on the analysis of the survey to improve artistic and business skills as well as the visibility of creative women.
  • Support at least 12 women working in the CCIs through regional mobility programme.
  • Organize a regional workshop to share experiences between women working in the CCIs in the South-East Europe region.
  • Establish a national network of at least 10 women’s organization and 30 individuals’ artists and managers in Serbia.
  • Launch an awareness-raising campaign through social media to increase women’s visibility and tackle discrimination faced by women in the CCIs.
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How does this project contribute to the implementation of the 2005 Convention?
Short Description: 
  • Supports the representation of women as creators and producers of expressions by strengthening capacities - The project will support women by strengthening their artistic and business skills and increase women’s participation and representation within the CCIs.  
  • Creates networks and initiatives that support and facilitate the mobility of artists and cultural professionals in the South-East Europe region - The project aims to establish a network between women through mobility programme and workshops.
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Organization: 
Association Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia
Year of application: 
2020
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