Follow Us:

CCIs Resources

You will find in this section relevant papers, articles, newsletters, and agencies or institutions related to creative and cultural industries.

Framework for Cultural Statistics

The 2009 UNESCO Framework for Cultural Statistics (FCS) addresses the need for internationally comparable statistics to monitor the rich diversity of cultural goods, services and practices.It defines culture for statistical measurement purposes. [read more] 

UNESCO WEBSITES ON CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

UNESCO Cultural Industries

UNESCO Global Alliance

UNESCO DigiArts

UNESCO Arts in Education

ARTICLES, RESEARCH PAPERS, PUBLICATIONS

Cunningham, Stuart (2002), Culture, Services, Knowledge or is content King, or are we just drama Queens? 

Parrish, David (2005-2007), T-Shirts and Suits: A Guide to the Business of Creativity.

Asian Heritage Foundation (2006), Positioning the Big Idea: Creative and Cultural Industries as a Lead Sector (PDF format, 3.24 MB).

Asian Heritage Foundation, India Planning Commission on Creative and Cultural Industries (PDF format, 32.32 MB).

Lee, Hye-Kyung & Lim, Lorraine (2015), Challenges and opportunities for the diversity of cultural expressions in the digital era in East Asia.

NEWSLETTERS

Partners for Livable Communities: Seeks to improve the livability of communities by promoting quality of life, economic development, and social equity.

INTERNATIONAL FORUMS AND CONFERENCES ON CULTURAL INDUSTRIES

Creative Clusters: A conference and network of people working in the development of creative industries.

OTHER RELEVANT LINKS

Culturelink Network: Network of Networks for Research and Cooperation in Cultural Development

IFACCA: International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies

Heritage of Malaysia Trust: Promotes the conservation of Malaysia's built heritage

HKICC: Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture

Promoting Diversity of Cultural Expression in Arts in Australia: A Case Study Report

This report presents 8 innovative artistic and cultural projects, supported by the Australia Council, showcasing the wide variety of initiatives which contribute to the dynamism and vibrancy of Australia’s diversity of cultural expressions. These case studies can function as models for a discussion about the development of ‘best practice’ in the promotion and protection of diversity of cultural expressions, in Australia as well as internationally. 

Mapping Studies on the Creative Industries in Asia and the Pacific

Collection of publications and papers on Cultural Industries in the Asia and Pacific region:  “Culture and Creative Industries around the world” - Mapping studies on the creative industries Asia and the Pacific

UN REPORTS/RESOLUTIONS/PUBLICATIONS

UN Resolution 57/249 on Culture and Development

POLICY DOCUMENTS, CULTURE STATISTIC FRAMEWORKS AND MAPPING EXERCISES

Asia and the Pacific

Dhaka Ministerial Declaration on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (2012).


 

Australia

Pattinson Consulting (2003), The Measurement of Creative Digital Content. A Report for the Australian Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, June 2003


 

Canada

Canadian Ministry of Industry (2004), Canadian Framework for Culture Statistics, Ottawa.

Québec (2004), Québec Culture and Communications Activity Classification System.


 

European Union

European Commission (1998), Culture, the Cultural Industries and Employment, Commission Staff Working Paper.


 

Hong Kong SAR

Hong Kong SAR, China: Centre for Cultural Policy Research, the University of Hong Kong (2003), Baseline Study on Hong Kong's Creative Industries.

Hong Kong SAR, China: Centre for Cultural Policy Research, the University of Hong Kong (2004), A Study on Hong Kong Creativity Index.


 

Singapore

Singapore ERC Services Subcommittee (2002), Creative Industries Development Strategy.