The Missing Pillar Talks event series on culture's contribution to Sustainable Development. Watch the first two events: heritage and sustainable development, and working together.
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Apply to be part of Creating Heroines: an online workshop for artists in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka focusing on gender equality
Opportunity to research arts and homelessness projects in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Oceania as part of a five-year plan to develop a hive and hubs network
We have now selected five projects working in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda to protect heritage sites, collections and intangible practices from the growing threat of climate change.
A tool to deepen understanding of the link between arts, culture and social and economic development. Learn more about culture's contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals.
Over the summer, 18 UK artists were awarded small commissions to create activity pages to inspire people at home to explore British South Asian heritage.
Nearly £500k in new grants awarded to seven Cultural Protection Fund projects in Libya, Syria and Yemen.
Apply for a small grant between £1,000 to £2,000 to engage young people with heritage in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh
How can a younger generation engage with cultural heritage? Read the Review of Contemporary Take, Beyond Cultural Heritage and join the online discussion on 12 August.
Join us on Thursday 23 July for the third in a series of interactive events exploring how cultural heritage can play a part in recovery and post Covid-19 landscapes