Call for Members of the Board of Directors

ICCIRA is currently seeking for one (1) board member and additionally two (2) more trial board members. Please visit the International Cultural and Creative Industries Regulatory Authority website:https://www.iccira.org Please read the ICCIRA Constitution to get informed in advance. Procedures: Please register your interest and apply by sending us an email...

New York Theaters Are Dark, but These Windows Light Up With Art

The Irish Repertory Theater is streaming poetry readings, and Playwrights Horizons and St. Ann’s Warehouse are showcasing art dealing with race and injustice. By Colin Moynihan Like many cultural organizations, the Irish Repertory Theater in Manhattan has streamed pandemic programming on its website. But a few days ago, the theater added a new sort of...

Forces of Art

Forces of Art challenges assumptions and suggests new ways of thinking about the values that art and culture have for their societies. Through multiple perspectives, methodologies, and voices, it charts a path to understanding the complex ways in which artistic and cultural practices shape and are profoundly shaped by societies and...

Cultural Heritage

Cultural heritage could be described as a record of the genius of human beings. The legacy of artefacts, antiquities, sacred places as rituals, traditions and living expressions could be seen as unintelligible foot print left behind for the next generations to mark our path through this world. It’s unimaginable to...

Webster’s World of Cultural Policy

An online resource center for the study of cultural policyfrom the perspective of cultural democracy “Cultural policies reflect the fact than [humanity] today is faced with the choicebetween seeking a purblind and despairing escape in nihilism,or resolutely confronting the future.”— Augustin Girard with Genevieve GentilCultural development: experiences and policies,2nd ed....

China: The Ministry of Culture and Tourism on promoting high-quality digital cultural industry

In relation to: Ministry of Culture and Tourism, National Development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Ministry of Commerce, State Administration of Market Regulation, Opinions on Deepening “Internet...

Archaeological report regarding the removal of the archaeological site in the Venizelos metro Station/Thessaloniki/Greece

By Robert G. Ousterhout, Professor of Byzantine Art and Architecture, Emeritus, Penn, Arts and Science, University of Pennsylvania, Department of History and Art. I was asked by the Association of Greek Archaeologists to express my opinion on the recent ministerial decision for the removal and relocation of the antiquities that...

Culture shock: COVID-19 and the cultural and creative sectors

OECD Policy Responses to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Summary Along with the tourism sector, cultural and creative sectors (CCS)1 are among the most affected by the current crisis, with jobs at risk ranging from 0.8 to 5.5% of employment across OECD regions… The venue-based sectors (such as museums, performing arts, live music, festivals,...

UK CREATECH PIONEERS SHOWCASED TO INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL GROUPS

Fifty breakthrough UK businesses and projects harnessing creativity and technology are featured in a report published  at the Createch 2019 conference, part of London Technology Week. The ‘Ones to Watch’ report was launched at the annual Createch event, hosted by the Creative Industries Council (CIC) to bring together industry leaders,...

Supporting Culture in the Digital Age

by Octavio Kulesz Edited by Meredith Okell Prepared between November 2019 and March 2020, Supporting Culture in the Digital Age explores how the digital age has changed the cultural value chain; and draws on existing literature and insights provided by National Members of the Federation, as well as a range of actors...

New Board of Directors (Non Executive) appointment and expansion of the Ambassadors and Executive Directors Team

PRESS RELEASE Brussels, Sunday, 1 March 2020 Announcement The International Cultural and Creative Industries Regulatory Authority is delighted to announce the appointment of distinguished members of the global nascent cultural and creative community. The Board provides leadership for carrying out the Authority’s mission to promote global cultural and creative industries’...

ICCIRA Report / Update

What has happened so far? Where are we standing now? “The ICCIRA has been founded by Panayiotis Neufelt who has identified at an early stage around 2013/14, the need for strengthening the voices and the concerns of the creative people because of trading, cultural, legislative and geopolitically motivated changes, which...

When Might the Differences Between Law & Cultural Practices Affect Global Business Operations?

by Fraser Sherman Cultural differences can be tricky to navigate when you take your business overseas. Foreign cultures can have different attitudes from the United States on race, sex, ethical business conduct and countless other issues. Adapting to that is tough enough, but it’s even tougher when the accepted practice...

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