Cultural diversity

Cultural policies and measures - Best practices

How cultural policy and practice must grow to meet the challenge: Regeneration through arts and culture - "Transforming places, transforming lives", 2006/03/31

The World Summit on Arts and Culture, hosted by Arts Council England, will take place in NewcastleGateshead, England between 14 and 17 June 2006, with optional cultural events on 18 June 2006. The Summit, organised in partnership with the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA), will focus on the theme of regeneration through arts and culture ‘Transforming places, transforming lives’, and aims for it at allowing the sharing out of world level exemplary practices and at discussing topics having to do with arts and cultural regeneration.

The World Summit 2006, which follows the previous World Summits in Singapore in 2003 and Canada in 2000, is open to decision makers and those responsible for policies in these fields, including Ministries of Arts and Culture, members and associates of IFACCA, practitioners operating within those fields, government agencies involved with art and culture, foundations, local Governments mayors, as well as researchers and professionals specialised in cultural policy.

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