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Impact of Covid-19 and Zagreb Earthquake on CSOs in Contemporary Culture and Arts

January 1, 2021

The Kultura Nova Foundation joined the efforts of many European and international organisations, institutions and supranational bodies in collecting data on the vulnerability and resilience of culture, and in May 2020 it initiated longitudinal research on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Zagreb earthquake of March 22, 2020 on civil society organisations working in contemporary culture and arts. The key motivation for this research, apart from the obvious need to empirically identify the effects of the global crisis and the earthquake on the culture and arts sector, is the need to study these effects from different perspectives.

Arts and Culture; Humanitarian and Disaster Relief

Do it Together : Practices and Tendencies of Participatory Governance in Culture in the Republic of Croatia

May 24, 2018

This book builds on the results of a two-year project "Approaches to Participatory Governance of Cultural Institutions", which Kultura Nova Foundation implemented with the support of UNESCO International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD), and is published in Croatian and English.Based on various collections of data, conducted analyses and gained insights, this book intends to serve stakeholders involved in practices of participatory governance in culture as well as those who recognise the values of sustainable and good participatory governance of cultural resources and hence create new initiatives. It also aims to serve in further improving the institutional and legislative framework for the development of participatory governance in culture in the Republic of Croatia.Besides the wide theoretical coverage and analysis of concepts such as cultural participation, decentralisation, local cultural planning and development and participatory governance in culture, it includes seven case studies comprising seven different models of participatory governance of socio-cultural centres that are being developed in different parts of Croatia.

Arts and Culture; Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector, Civil Society

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