Mrs Karima Bennoune, the new Special Rapporteur of the United Nations in the field of Cultural Rights, has published a new report on the intentional destruction of cultural heritage.
The Council of Europe carries out innovative activities to provide European governments with effective tools for policy making, among which "Building an Indicator Framework on Culture and Democracy".
From 6 to 9 October 2016, the IETM network, together with several other organisations and artists, will launch a Twitter campaign in order to promote freedom of expression accross the globe. Join the campaign by using the hashtag #ArtsFreedom.
The cultural network Julie's Bicycle won the Outstanding Achievement Award at the N.I.C.E awards 2016.
The canadian cultural network Les Ars et la Ville launch a call for candidacies to their new project 'cultural clinics' (only available in French).
The Universities of Lumière Lyon 2, Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3 and Bourgogne Franche-Comté - ESC Dijon-CEREN have launched a call for papers on "Arts and cinema through the perspective of sustainable development". The call is open until 15 November 2016.