The unprecedented global reach of the ongoing crisis requires coordinated multilateral cooperation at the regional and global levels. In this light, UNESCO and the Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi (DCT) have come together to chart a roadmap for a holistic and integrated approach to support the sector’s sustainable and inclusive revival. Providing a first analysis of the impact of the pandemic on the culture sector as a whole, spanning all regions and cultural domains since March 2020, Culture in Times of COVID-19: Resilience, Recovery, Revival reveals the major trends reshaping the sector and identifies pivotal responses to these changes. The report will be presented at the Culture Summit Abu Dhabi in May 2022 which, under the theme A Living Culture, will be instrumental in stimulating reflection on the potential of collectively, as well as the need to cultivate cultural ecosystems and embrace culture as a lived experience.
The NEMO Working Group Sustainability and Climate Action invites proposals for a research project aiming to develop a methodology that empowers museums to host citizen assemblies.
The next free NEMO Webinar will take place on 9 April 2024 from 11:00-12:00 CEST. Maria Chiara Ciaccheri, accessibility expert, will talk about museum accessibility by sharing thoughts on how to generate real change.
Sabine Verheyen, Member of Parliament (MEP) and Chair of the Committee on Culture and Education (CULT), will join a NEMO Political Internship on 5 April 2024 at the Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum in Aachen, Germany.