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This book documents the complex interrelationships between the Earth's linguistic, cultural and biological diversity - what is known as its biocultural diversity. more >
Scholars are increasingly concerned with the phenomenon by which successive policy areas become ‘Europeanized’ - by which we mean European policies are developed and the sector’s governance takes place at the ... more >
This list encompasses the resources deemed worthwhile for all grantmakers, large or small, new or old. Books, articles, websites and other media resources are included in this annotated bibliography. more >
A report on Community Partnerships for Cultural Participation, examines various types of partnerships and lessons learned. more >
Everything you need to help make the case for the arts and arts education. more >
The result of almost two years of research, FEPP's report surveys free expression policies among state and local arts agencies, including procedures for anticipating and handling controversy. more >
Creative Management in the Arts and Heritage: Sustaining and Renewing Professional Management For the 21st Century: A Proposed Action Plan for Creating Winning Conditions
The purpose of the project was to identify the challenges facing professional management personnel in Canada’s not-for-profit arts and heritage organizations and develop practical recommendations to meet these challenges. more >
This interim report provides a brief introduction to issues involved in making cross-country comparisons of government expenditures on arts and culture. more >
ERICarts' latest transnational project, Culture-Gates: Exposing Professional Gate-keeping Processes in Music and New Media Arts. more >
Surveys programs that lend musical instruments such as instrument banks, libraries and loan schemes. more >
Dix ans après l’adoption de la Résolution 48/96 de l’ONU en 1993 pré-cisant les droits des personnes handicapées dans l’ accès aux activités culturelles, la majorité d’entre elles (tous âges, tous handicaps) reste exclue de l’accès aux œuvres, au patrimoine, aux pratiques artistiques et aux médias. more >
Presents a model of the evolution of government arts policy in newly independent states and tests the model using Singapore as a case study. more >
Creative Solutions and Social Inclusion - Culture and the Community contains philosophies and examples of projects that encourage cultural development and illustrate the right of all to be creative. more >
Summary Findings and a Framework for Self-Assessment more >
John O'Hagan's succinct backgrounder to arts tax concessions: from in Ruth Towse’s edited 'A Handbook of Cultural Economics', which has generously been made available online.
The importance of design and design industry as the pivot of knowledge foundation industry in 21st century has been largely understood as a core factor in order to increase the international competitive power subject in industry development. more >
A brief summary of dance programs, policies and challenges in various countries. more >
People have used cultural and creative forms for survival, education and social comment for aeons. From the rock art and corroborees of Indigenous Australians, and the drama of Aristotle and Brecht, to the television soap operas of today, people have been tapping into the culture and creativity of their time and place to achieve human development goals. more >
The adoption of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage was the culminating point of UNESCO’s lengthy quest for the function and values of cultural expressions and practices, and of monuments and sites. more >
Sarah Owen-Vandersluis critically examines approaches to cultural policy within the global economy.
Reports from the advocacy session at the second World Summit, Singapore, November 2003. more >