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IFACCA launches Strategic Plan 2015-2020

As it enters its 15th year of operation in the field of arts and cultural policy, IFACCA is delighted to launch its Strategic Plan 2015–2020.more >

Latest Announcements

THRIVE workshop networks networkers

Leaders of international culture networks and invited guests, representing 16 countries in Asia and Europe, gathered in Singapore on 28-31 August at the Thrive workshop organised by IFACCA in partnership with the European League of Institutes of the Arts and Arts Network Asia.more >

IFACCA invites support for the .Music domain community-based initiative

IFACCA is pleased to announce that the .MUSIC domain community-based initiative that IFACCA has been supporting (and on which it has been given a permanent board member position, see http://music.us/board, is close to final approval by ICANN, the governing body of the Internet and needs public support. more >

IFACCA’s European Chapter to meet in Oslo

IFACCA members, affiliates and guests from 16 countries in Europe will attend the 12th IFACCA European Chapter meeting, hosted by the Arts Council Norway, in Oslo  on 9-11 September. more >

Latest International News

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Jeremy Corbyn: My radical plan for the arts will make Britain happier

Labour leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn says he will invest in the arts, protect the BBC and ensure every child can learn a musical instrument.more >

National arts endowment leader explains why art is worth it

National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu states: 'If we can show through hard evidence the connections of arts to our everyday lives, where it might be the beauty of art itself, or it might be the results of how the arts affect and help academic performance in our students and achievement as well as healing, and other aspects — economic, it’s s strong economic driver.'more >

Latest National Arts Agency News

The Australia Council for the Arts releases new Corporate Plan

The Australia Council for the Arts has just released a new Corporate Plan which outlines key priorities and areas of activity for 2015-19, as well as the role of the Council as the national advocate for the arts in Australia. The plan responds to the goals of their Strategic Plan ‘A Culturally Ambitious Nation’ released in 2014, but is also framed within the context of significant budget announcements made by the Australian Government in May 2015.  more >

Aberta consulta pública para revisão de metas do PNC

Dirigentes do Ministério da Cultura (MinC), incluindo o ministro Juca Ferreira, secretários e presidentes de diretorias e vinculadas apresentaram, na tarde desta terça (01/07), o relatório de monitoramento e a revisão das metas do Plano Nacional de Cultura (PNC).more >

Training program in the cultural field in support of Western Sahara

Algeria intends to support the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) in the cultural sector through the implementation of a training program that includes various areas of art, said the Minister of Culture, Azzedine Mihoubi.more >

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