UNESCO Global Report 'Re/Shaping Cultural Policies' 2017
Call for Proposals
UNESCO's Diversity of Cultural Expressions Section is inviting professional research institutes, companies, individuals or consortiums to submit a proposal for the collection, analysis and visualization of data to be included in the second edition of the UNESCO Global Report on the implementation of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, to be published in December 2017.
The Global Report series is conceived as a tool for monitoring the implementation of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions and facilitates information sharing and knowledge production on the many ways in which the promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions is being pursued across the world. The Report targets governmental and non-governmental entities as well as the general public. The first edition of the Global Report was launched on 16 December 2015, the second one will be launched in December 2017.
A written proposal to collect, analyse and visualize data for all 10 areas of monitoring covered by the Convention (cultural polices, public service media, digital environment, civil society, mobility of artists and cultural professionals, flow of cultural goods and services, treaties and agreements, culture and sustainable development, gender equality and artistic freedom) or for any one of these specific fields should comprise, in separate attached documents: 1) a Technical Proposal; 2) a Financial Proposal. The proposals and any supporting documents must be in English or French.
Interested companies, institutions, professionals or consortiums are requested to send in their proposals to Anthony Krause (email@example.com) and Lindsay Cotton (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 3 June 2016.
More information on the preparation of a proposal for this assignment is available in the Global Report 2017 Call for Interest at en.unesco.org/creativity/files/unesco-global-report-2017-call-proposals