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Loosely defined, the Creative Industries are at the crossroads of arts, culture, business and technology and use intellectual capital as their primary input. Today´s creative industries range from folk art, festivals, music, books, newspapers, paintings, sculptures and performing arts to more technology-intensive subsectors such as the film industry, TV and radio broadcasting, digital animation and video games, and more service-oriented fields such as architectural and advertising services.
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Creativity is the answer we’ve been looking for – now is the time to embrace and invest in it
Chief of Creative Economy, UNCTAD
Creative economy expert and Communications Officer, UNCTAD
The 2021 UN Year of Creative Economy puts the ‘orange economy’ front and centre at a time when we need creative solutions for the world’s challenges.
The final two months of 2019 marked a major milestone for the global creative community as the UN moved to ratify a resolution to make 2021 the International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development.
This is a hard-won landmark for the creative industries. It recognizes and elevates the creative economy as an important tool for building a sustainable, inclusive, and equitable future.
When the resolution was being negotiated and approved, no one could anticipate what the intervening year would hold: a status quo-shattering pandemic. But perhaps what has felt like the end of the world is the beginning of a new world.
What could be more fitting when entering a new era than a dedicated focus on creativity and the role it can play in helping us achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development?
Business ethics (also corporate ethics) is a form of applied ethics or professional ethics that examines ethical principles and moral or ethical problems that arise in a business environment. It applies to all aspects of business conduct and is relevant to the conduct of individuals and entire organizations.
Frankfurt Fashion Week
#OneMonth to go until the #Digtial #UFIasia Conference, to discuss and debate life after #COVID_19 as well as other pressing issues facing our changing industry in Asia and around the world. Led by @mtcochrane, UFI Regional Director in Hong Kong. https://t.co/PHSjqfcIZx pic.twitter.com/lw76d1KB4j
— UFI (@UFILive) April 20, 2021