ResiliArt Kenya EP 3 The Unesco Regional Office for Eastern Africa, the Kenya National Commission
The Creative Economy Working Group met with the Cabinet Secretary for Sports, Culture and Heritage on 3 June 2019 to discuss the effective incorporation of arts and culture in the national agenda through policy and legislative reform, institutional development and capacity development.
Recently, MultiChoice Africa announced a partnership between MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) initiative and the New
The market for the goods and services of the cultural and creative industries is dynamic and growing.It has impressive potential for trade and thriving of small and medium sized enterprises, which are driven by culture and creativity.
Validation of Standard Research Tools for Conducting National Survey On Status Of Cultural And Creative Industries.
Agenda: Validation of Standard Research Tools forConducting National Survey On Status Of Cultural And Creative
Africa Rising: Realizing Africa’s Potential as a Global Publishing Leader in the 21st Century, builds on discussions from the ground-breaking event held in Lagos, Nigeria in 2018.
The Creative Economy Working Group has put together a framework on the baseline study of Kenya's Creative Industries which is available for public review