Cultural and creative sectors are important for ensuring the continued development of societies and are at the heart of the creative economy. Coronavirus crisis has played a critical role in these sectors, nevertheless new interesting opportunities are also emerging. Find out how the cultural and creative sector can contribute to achieving the objectives of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, what territories can do and our policy recommendations in our latest Policy Brief! >>>
- Establish an international cultural policy forum on the European Green Deal, in which public, private and civil society entities could participate together with citizens, to discuss local cultural policy, set its priorities and ensure its compliance.
- Recognize the important role that cultural organizations and civil society networks play as part of the Agenda 2030.
- Create a chapter of “cultural policy for the European Green Deal and COVID-19” that includes a process of “evaluation of cultural impact” in national programs with the aim of implementing the SDGs.
This policy brief was written within the scope of the InterregMED Project Social & Creative: https://social-and-creative.interreg-med.eu/
The policy brief was written by ENoLL external expert Jokin Garatea (GAIA) and edited by the ENoLL office as well as S&C partners.