The Tracker Culture & Public Policy | Issue 18

This monthly Tracker is produced by UNESCO to monitor culture in public policy with regards to the UN Sustainable Development Agenda. It highlights developments within national and regional contexts, as well as emerging debates on culture's contribution to sustainable development. Drawing on a variety of sources, it provides a broad overview of cultural policy trends worldwide at the national, regional and international level and looks at ways in which countries integrate culture into other policy areas.
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With the regional consultations for the UNESCO-MONDIACULT 2022 Conference completed and over 50 ResiliArt for Mondiacult debates held, planning for the UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development has shifted to a new phase. Find out more in this issue about how to propose side events or contribute to the discussion.

No country in the world enjoys full gender equality but ensuring greater empowerment in cultural life can open the doors to equality. Cutting Edge explores the dynamics of gender equality in the cultural sector, countries' initiatives and how UNESCO's Culture Conventions can be used to address the gender gap, fostering inclusive sustainable development and reducing disparities.

Cultural Policy Highlights contains the latest cultural policy innovations from around the world, whilst the Regional Perspectives section includes updates on regional processes.

Culture in the 2030 Agenda focuses on gender equality initiatives as featured in Voluntary National Reviews, whilst the Find out more section highlights key UNESCO resources on gender equality.


Cultural Policy Highlights
Cutting Edge
Regional Perspectives
Culture in the 2030 Agenda
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The Tracker Culture & Public Policy | Issue 18