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国际文化多样性基金会于2013321日启动接受基金申请工作,此基金旨在激发发展中国家国家一级或地方一级文化部门的活力。

2010年起,国际文化多样性基金开始面向40个国家的政府、公共机构以及非政府组织,申请项目经费达四百万美元。这些项目覆盖了从文化政策发展与实施到文化企业能力建设、文化产业布局与新兴文化产业商业模式创建等广泛领域。

2005年《保护与促进文化表现形式多样性公约》框架下建立的国际文化多样性基金侧重创造性,并支持引起发展中国家转型式变革的项目。

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项目介绍,要点和简讯

13项新近获得基金资助的项目

© Leandra Jasa

政府间委员会批准了13个项目,将在12个发展中国家实施,总资助额超过一百万美元。

项目涉及面广,从能力建设和文化政策分析与制定的布局,到创业支持和文化产业基础建设。

基金的特点是,大多数的拨款用于支持那些在文化政策和文化产业领域从事具体工作的非政府组织的业务。

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研究展示拉丁美洲的“看不见的电影”

© Fundación del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano

Community cinema in Latin America and the Caribbean “is almost as invisible, as the communities that it represents,” says leading expert Alfonso Gumucio Dagron.

A ground-breaking IFCD-funded study involving experts from different countries recently revealed the growing importance of community cinema across 14 Latin American and Caribbean countries.

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论坛启示亚太文化合作

© Charles Vallerand

“Cultural diversity holds keys to releasing the creative energies societies need today.”

More and more countries in Asia-Pacific are investing in cultural industries as a key part of their socioeconomic progress. A timely three-day forum organised in May brought representatives of 33 countries together in Dhaka.

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YAKAAR学校毕业生推动西非表演艺术行业的发展

© YAKAAR

“The training gave me a solid base to organize a big event in a professional way, [...] with a practical and appropriate approach.”

An IFCD-supported training center is assisting young industry professionals across West Africa to gain specialist skills in the performing arts.

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富有创造性的制作者振兴马达加斯加标志性lambahoany印染

© Ridha Andriantomanga

"The project gave businesses the opportunity to benefit from the creativity of artists and helped artists to establish links with businesses."

IFCD support helped breathe new life into Madagascar’s most well-known local textile-based creative industry - lambahoany.

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2010年项目周期圆满结束

The 2010 funding cycle of projects is coming to an end. Here are some interesting facts and figures about the 31 projects that received funding. They all helped strengthen cultural industries through activities that developed policies, capacities or markets.

19 were driven by non-government organizations, while 12 were implemented by public bodies. Most had awareness-raising components. Detailed results information will be available on our website soon.

新建培训中心帮助土著青年就业于文化产业

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“I have learned to look at life from a different perspective and use the channels around me to tell stories.”

A new IFCD-supported audio-visual training centre has helped indigenous youth in Guatemala gain cultural industry jobs.

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在喀麦隆建立视听市场

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“We have published the first catalogue of films and audiovisual works available in our repository, and it is being distributed to local and international television stations for sale.”

Boosting access to regional audiovisual material, an IFCD-supported project has created the first database of central African cinematographic and audiovisual productions.

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老挝采取关键措施培养新型创造力

© Amatha ler

“The Seminar in March brought together, for the first time, officials from different Ministries. Few were aware of the Convention and over three days they learnt about its basic principles.”

Government officials are drawing on IFCD support to understand how the 2005 Convention can help nurture their growing creative industries.

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阿根廷技校为青年创造新的就业选择

© Leandro Jasa

“It is very rare for artists to find affordable training and development opportunities that are practical.”

The IFCD-supported project involved establishing student selection criteria, procedures and designing intensive one-year courses, helping to meet market demand for creative skills and expertise.

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