Chisinau, August 12 / MOLDPRES /. The Center for Cultural Policies, with the support of the Visegrad Fund, will organize a series of public discussions in Chisinau with the theme “Wednesday of cultural policies for Moldova”. These will be organized on Wednesdays in August and September, reports MOLDPRES.
Persons interested in improving the cultural system of the Republic of Moldova are expected to discuss.
The first event will take place on Wednesday, August 14, at 11.00 am, in the conference hall of AIS “MOLDPRES”. Within it, the reform of the financing system of cultural organizations will be discussed.
Later, on August 21, public discussions will be organized regarding the possibilities of increasing the share of culture in the country’s GDP and the development of businesses in the field of culture. The next event will take place on September 4. It will address the options of reforming the cultural houses in our country.
On September 11, the interested parties will be able to participate in a new round of public discussions with the theme “How do we ensure the effectiveness of theater and concert institutions and develop particular initiatives in the field?”.
The last event will be held on Wednesday, September 18th. The participants will discuss the active involvement of civil society in the elaboration and implementation of cultural policies and about ensuring sustainable partnerships between public administrations and civil society structures.
The objective of the events is to identify the new priority directions of culture development in the country, in relation to the results of the implementation of the Culture 2020 Strategy.
The events continue the range of activities within the project “Innovative Cultural Policies for Moldova”. Its purpose is to develop a set of recommendations to Moldovan decision-making bodies for streamlining cultural policies in the context of adopting the National Development Strategy “Moldova 2030”.
The project is implemented by the Center for Cultural Policies and the Institute for Legal, Political and Sociological Research with the support of the Visegrad Fund, in partnership with Budapest Observatory (Hungary), Adam Mickiewicz University (Poland), Creative Industry Forum (Slovakia) and Institut umění – Divadelní ústav (Czech Republic).