Diversity of Cultural Expressions

The forms of cultural expression are based on the cultural and creative industries, which are among the fastest growing industries in the world and possess great development potential, because they rely on a unique and renewable resource - human creativity. Read more

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14 October 2021 Concept of Museums the Process of Re-defining and Discussion in Japan
Last Webinar for Museum Specialists in 2021
13 October 2021 UNESCO 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions Balancing with Other Frameworks
Last Webinar on Cultural and Creative Industries in 2021
11 October 2021 Call for Projects
UNESCO-Aschberg programme for artists and cultural professionals
6 July 2021 Korea Cubically Imagined: BTS at immersive UNESCO exhibition demonstrating digital technologies potential for the creative industries
4 June 2021 New Project of UNESCO Almaty for Digital Literacy Development and Promotion of Gender Equality in Cultural and Creative Sectors in Central Asia
15 February 2021 What is the IFCD?
29 January 2021 Investing in the Cultural & Creative Industries: Role for the 2005 UNESCO Convention.
7 October 2020 Online Course for Empowerment of the Central Asian Girls with Special Needs in Creative Industries #GirlsCreArt2020
21 May 2019 World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
30 November 2018 Fostering Creativity in Central Asia
1 November 2017 64 Cities Join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network
26 July 2017 Experts from Central Asian countries met in Almaty to learn more about the diversity of cultural expression
8 June 2015 Creative industries of Kazakhstan in focus of the UNESCO 2005 Convention
20 February 2015 Creative industries of Tajikistan in focus of the UNESCO 2005 Convention
27 August 2013 UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme 2013