Arterial Network vacancy: Artwatch Africa, Project Manager
Arterial Network seeks a full-time person and experience Project Manager to manage, coordinate and implement the strategic plan of Artwatch Africa, a programme of Arterial Network. Artwatch Africa seeks to monitor, report on, and advocate freedom of creative and cultural expression in Africa, both within the continent and to the international community
Artwatch Africa, monitoring freedom of cultural expression: initial research published
Arterial Network, in line with its mandate of defending artists’ rights, is establishing ArtWatch Africa, a project aimed at monitoring the challenges and constraints on freedom of creative expression in African countries, including the various forms of censorship that prevail in some countries. Following a mapping exercise covering 70% of Africa in 2011 and 2012, Arterial Network released its first preliminary report on the state of freedom of creative expression in Africa in October 2013.
Arterial Network Draft Position Paper on Culture in International Development: welcoming amendments
Arterial Network’s Steering Committee adopted a Draft Position Paper on Culture in International Development which was also circulated to 300 delegates at the 2013 African Creative Economy Conference. With current discussions about the role of culture in a development programme that will be implemented after the 2015 deadline for the current Millennium Development Goals, the Position Paper is Arterial Network’s contribution from an African civil society perspective.
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Weld el 15: another Tunisian rapper convicted for his art
10th Edition of the Festival on Niger 4-9 February 2014
Successful “Train-the-Trainer” workshop in Senegal 7-11 November 2013
For the explicit inclusion of Culture in the Post-2015 Development Agenda: a joint document (CAE, IF
Train-the-Trainer Cultural leadership Program West Africa: call for applications