The Missing Pillar Talks are now available to watch online. Find out more in the dropdown menus below.
The Missing Pillar Talks is a series of events on culture's contribution to Sustainable Development. They respond to the recommendations of our recent report, and invite speakers to respond to key questions about where we are going, who plays what role, and what actions can be taken towards sustainable development.
The first talk 'Heritage and sustainable development – learning from the past, shaping the future' looked through a heritage lens to current thinking and practice, inclusive and holistic approaches, Covid-19 recovery and climate action.
The second talk 'Working together – culture, place and partnership for sustainable development' took place in May and focused in on the connections between cultural practice and policymaking at local, regional and national levels.
The Missing Pillar Talks are brought to you by the British Council in partnership with the United Kingdom National Commission for UNESCO and the Culture Committee of the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG).
Follow the Talks online using the hashtag #TheMissingPillar.
The Missing Pillar Global Talks: Common Sense and The Community
9-10 March 2022, 13:00-17:00 GMT