UNESCO Hosts Multistakeholder Dialogue on Culture & Arts Education

Culture and arts education relies on a range of actors to ensure learners of all ages have access to the knowledge and skills to fulfill their creative potential, and thrive in an increasingly diverse and rapidly-changing world.

With the generous support of the Republic of Korea, UNESCO will, for the first time, organize a Multistakeholder Dialogue bringing together diverse participants from around the world in a range of panels and dialogue settings to discuss key issues, share their experience and suggest priorities for the future Framework on Culture and Arts Education and in preparation of the World Conference on Culture and Arts Education in December 2023.

The event will include the participation of UNESCO Member States, United Nations agencies, UNESCO Category 1 Education Institutes, UNESCO Chairs/UNITWIN networks, ASPNet, intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) and development banks, cultural and educational institutions, educators, artists, cultural professionals, youth, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other civil society organizations.


Provisional Programme


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