National Plan for the Promotion of Creative Economy

Where
Chile
When
2016
Who
National Council for Culture and Arts/Others Ministries Committee members (Interministerial Committee of Promotion of Creative Economy).
Key objectives of the measure:

The National Plan for the Promotion of Creative Economy aims to articulate instruments in a coherent and systemic to strengthen the development of the creative sector. This limited their actions to the definition of Creative Economy given by UNCTAD in 2010, which includes those activities that have the "potential to promote economic growth, job creation and export earnings and, in turn, promote social inclusion, cultural diversity and human development. " A specific level, the plan responds to the challenges identified from various diagnoses made by the CNCA, which impede the development of the sector, and therefore, better safeguard the working conditions of workers of culture.

Scope of the measure:
National, International
Nature of the measure:
institutional
Main feature of the measure:

The National Plan for the Promotion of Creative Economy limited their actions to the definition of “creative economy” proposed by the UNCTAD (2010), based on activities that can promote income generation, job creation and export earnings and, in turn, promote social inclusion, cultural diversity and human development. This presidential measure is included in the document “Chile de Todos”. Programa de Gobierno Michelle Bachelet 2014-2018 (octubre, 2013), p.134, available in: http://www.cumplimiento.gob.cl/?ver=2135.

Strategic Guidelines:

  • Promoting knowledge about the creative economy: Ensuring the availability of information public, regular and systematic nature of the creative economy that favor both the development of research and opportunities for reflection by public and private institutions such as the evaluation of results initiatives undertaken.
  • Professionalisation and promotion of partnership: To ensure economic sustainability over time of projects and cultural initiatives through both promoting skills in management tools consistent with the reality of the sector and strengthening unions and alliances that promote work multidisciplinary and collaborative.
  • Training audience: Ensure educational training that allows the enjoyment and pleasure of artistic and cultural expressions of all inhabitants of the country through actions that facilitate the link between people, mediators and creators.

Cross Emphasis:

  • Territorial approach: Contribute to decentralize local policy decisions around the Creative Economy, generating measures to promote the creative sector coordinated from the territory.
  • Strengthening institutional framework: Provide a policy, legal and institutional framework for the development of the creative economy and its environment in the country and each of its regions

The guidelines contemplate be governed by the following principles: coherence, mainstreaming and efficiency.

Results expected through the implementation of the measure:

The challenge that assumes this measure of promotion of the creative economy and its internationalization will have a major impact on reflection, content and identity that we want to offer from Chile, with the purpose of enriching the knowledge and strengthen the possibilities of movement of goods and services creative-cultural produced in Chile.

Financial resources allocated to implement the measure:

Information no available.

Goal(s) of UNESCO's 2005 Convention
Cultural Domain(s)
Multi-domain
Cultural Value Chain
Creation
Production
Distribution
Participation