International Cultural Policy
Globally Governments are waking up to the fact that cultivating the right cultural milieu and creative capacity is beneficial to society overall and specifically freedom of expression, the economy, education, skills for life and health. The debate is often between the intrinsic value of culture and the arts and their instrumental value.
Our position is that culture, creativity and the arts are INTEGRAL to society – and should be at the table from the start when infrastructural responses and policy initiatives are being planned.
- Horizon Scanning and Scenario Planning
- Identifying and evidencing policy needs
- Work with Governments to build capacity to develop strategic options
- Work with ‘Arms-Length’ bodies to design policy and options for implementation
- Work with organisations to develop delivery mechanisms and responses
- Identifying the accountability structures and risk management
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