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Culture Commons & the Centre for Cultural Value launch new policy recommendations

On the 19th May, Culture Commons and their research partner, Centre for Cultural Value, launched 12 new policy recommendations, targeted at UK policymakers, to support the creative and cultural sector recover and rebuild in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Commissioned by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (part of UKRI) and delivered in partnership with The Audience Agency and the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre, The Centre for Cultural Value’s landmark ‘Culture in Crisis’ report of February 2022 summarised findings from one of the world’s largest investigations into the impact of COVID-19 on the creative and cultural sectors.

Since February, Culture Commons have partnered with the Centre to produce ‘Culture in Crisis: Recommendations for Policy Makers’, which builds on the findings of the original report to set out 12 new interventions that UK Government, devolved administrations, and local authorities could make to support the rebuilding of the UK’s creative and cultural sectors in the wake of the devastating impact of Covid-19.

The report was presented to senior policymakers within government and the creative and cultural industries, at a launch event in Parliament hosted by Baroness Blake of Leeds with a key note speech from UK Government's Minister for the Arts, Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay.

You can read the full report here.

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