The online journal Culture and Local Governance has published a special edition that features many articles of interest, including “Cultural Planning and Community Sustainability: The Case of the Cultural Facilities Plan of Catalonia,” “Local Agenda 21 and Culture: Lessons from the Czech Republic,” “The Link Between Culture and Sustainability in Municipal Planning,” and “Developing a Local Cultural Indicator Framework in Australia: A Case Study of the City of Whittlesea.”
Culture and Local Governance (CLG) is a peer-reviewed online journal that offers a space for dialogue across disciplinary boundaries, between established and emerging scholars, and between academics and practitioners. In order to enhance the social impact of work published in its pages, CLG emphasizes research diffusion and communication. In this sense, it proposes free access articles, and publishes original, theoretical or empirical works addressing the links between culture and local governance.
All of these articles are available in English and can be downloaded from the Culture and Local Governance website.