"Cultural Cooperation and Policy in the Digital Age" was the name of the launch held at Québec City's Maison de la littérature on September 28 and organized by the UNESCO Chair on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions. About 50 people attended this province of Québec launch of two works.
Re|Shaping Cultural Policies was launched in the presence of Danielle Cliche, the secretary of the 2005 Convention, and three of the report's authors: Lydia Deloumeaux, Véronique Guèvremont, and Octavio Kulesz.
The Study on International Cooperation was supported through Québec's digital culture plan and produced under the auspices of the UNESCO Chair on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions. Its objectives were to: