We are pleased to launch an open call for an online learning programme for professionals from Central Asia working in the cultural and creative industries with an interest in policy development. Applications are open from 22 May to 22 June 2023.
About the programme
Supporting the Creative Economy: a programme for policy makers is a four-week immersive self-taught online learning programme for sector professionals working in the cultural and creative industries. The programme was created by the British Council and Cultural Oxford Associates, in partnership with ololo.
The programme is open to participants from Central Asia: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tadjikistan and Turkmenistan. It will build professionals’ understanding of the creative economy, providing insights, case studies and practical knowledge to inform their policy development work. The programme will give participants new ideas and tools to support the creative and cultural industries in their city/region/country, as well as extend their professional networks within the UK and internationally.
The online programme will run for four weeks from 3 to 28 July 2023 and will be augmented by three live sessions for participants that will involve peer-networking and cross-border ideation.
Each module will not take longer than two hours to complete, including core content and learning activities.
Participants who complete the full programme will receive a certificate of completion from the British Council and Cultural Associates Oxford.
Download the programme (PDF, 265 KB).
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