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Policy review: social security for cultural practitioners

This policy review looks at social security support for cultural practitioners and how effective these schemes were during the Covid-19 pandemic. The review covers Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Spain, Canada and the United Kingdom and outlines different national approaches, emerging evidence and the need for further research in this area.


Published: 2020 | Resource type: Research

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Policy review: cultural policy responses to Covid-19 in the UK

This policy review looks at governmental cultural policy responses to the Covid-19 pandemic across the UK and reflects on how these measures might shape the future of the cultural sector.


Published: 2020 | Resource type: Research

Culture is Digital – DCMS Report

The UK Government has released a new report Culture is Digital: Using technology to drive audience engagement, boosting the digital capability of cultural organisations and unleashing the creative potential of technology.


Published: 2018 | Resource type: Research

New Flow – a better future for artists, citizens and the state

This accessible and stimulating work argues that artists have an important contribution to make to our society and economy, but it is not being fully realised. It examines how we can reshape the sector in order to release artists’ potential to the full, and achieve the most profound and far-reaching impact possible.


Published: 2008 | Resource type: article

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The cultural sector response to the coalition’s arts philanthropy agenda

Discover views from across the cultural sector on the key points of the Philanthropy in the Arts Agenda announced by the Department for Culture, Media Sport in 2010.


Published: 2011 | Resource type: Research

How Innovation Technology is changing business

This comprehensive report looks at the burgeoning Innovation Technologies (IvT) sector and how such systems as eScience, modelling, stimulation and visualisation technologies along with virtual and rapid prototyping are helping shape the face of innovation across all business models along with the impact of this on public institutions in relation to leadership and business strategies ... Read more


Published: 2007 | Resource type: article