Region: Cross-regional programmes
7 April 2021
Launch Event: Creative Communities Learning Lab
On 28 April we are launching our series of dynamic and accessible online learning modules for creative and cultural professionals around the world.
15 November 2018
#CultureFutures event: meet the creators
Join us on 28 November for a free event showcasing the creators fighting for a better future, from across the globe.
13 May 2022
Ongoing research: Mapping Creative Hubs in Wales
We are working with the fantastic team at Creative Cardiff, to develop a mapping and analysis of creative hubs in Wales.
3 December 2021
Launch - A Global Agenda for the Cultural and Creative Industries
11 key actions to tackle the biggest challenges of the 21st century from the PEC's Global Creative Economy Council
27 July 2021
New Report: Informal Economy and Culture in the Global South
We are working in partnership with the Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre to investigate the relationship between the Informal Economy and the Cultural Economy in the Global South.
28 May 2021
Social Innovation Hackathon: Creative Placemaking for Nang Loeng
Pongpisit Huyakorn of Urban Studies Lab talks about the Nang Loeng neighbourhood, its community, and the Social Innovation Hackathon: Creative Placemaking for Nang Loeng.
26 April 2021
Creative Communities Learning Lab Modules
Participants who have registered for the Creative Communities Learning Lab courses can access these through the links below.
24 February 2021
UNESCO TechCul Ideathon
We partnered with UNESCO Bangkok to support the first TechCul ideathon in January 2021. Some really fantastic projects were pitched, bringing digital solutions for creative sectors and local communities in the Asia-Pacific region.
17 February 2021
Introducing: Creative Communities Learning Lab
New free online learning for creative and cultural professionals, designed by creative hub leaders from Southeast Asia and the UK.
14 January 2019
The value of local context for creative businesses
Genevieve Pace and Kimberley Ballantyne look at how the Creative Enterprise Programme draws on local expertise to contextualise the workshop content in different countries in a more meaningful way.