On Friday, November 25th, 2022, the European Network on Cultural Management and Policy (ENCATC) and the World Leisure Organization (WLO) will organize an online debate devoted to analysing, from their own perspectives on culture and leisure, some of the most relevant topics discussed at MONDIACULT 2022.

The UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development – MONDIACULT 2022 tackles global challenges and outline future priorities in order to shape a more robust and resilient cultural sector, while strengthening culture across sustainable development prospects.

Expert speakers who have contributed to MONDIACULT 2022 will be invited to provide us with their insights on the four main themes of the conference: Renewed and strengthened cultural policies, Heritage and cultural diversity in crisis, Culture for sustainable development, and The future of the creative economy.

If you have had the opportunity to attend MONDIACULT 2022 or are interested in what has been addressed during this conference, save this date on your calendar!

We will keep you posted on further details of the event soon.

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This event will be part of the initiative ENCATC Members Talk which aims to offer ENCATC members, the members of our partners the Association or Arts Administration Educations (AAAE), the Taiwan Association of Cultural Policy Studies (TAPCS), and the Asia-Europe Foundation, and observers (academics, researchers, educators, practitioners, students) a virtual space to exchange practice, methodology, ideas, and projects proposals.

ENCATC, the European Network on Cultural Management and Policy, is an NGO which works in partnership with the European Union, UNESCO and is an observer to the Council of Europe. Its mission is to stimulate the development of cultural management and cultural policy education in Europe and beyond, engaging and responding to new developments in politics, economics, societies, and technology.

To learn more about ENCATC, please click here.