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Cultural Employment 

Measuring how culture contributes to economic development

 

The Hangzhou Declaration of May 2013 was a key step in UNESCO’s advocacy for the role of culture in sustainable development. In this context, understanding the contribution of cultural employment to the economy is vital. Without appropriate methods of measurement and reliable statistics, countries lack the tools necessary to evaluate the extent and characteristics of cultural employment in a comparable way.


What is the size of the cultural labour force in the economy? What is the social status of women in cultural employment? How many artists are employed as performers? These and other questions have emerged as countries seek to adopt policies and undertake activities to foster vibrant cultural industries.

 

What is the role of the UIS?

 

The UIS is developing a global survey on cultural employment statistics using the methodology of the 2009 UNESCO Framework for Cultural Statistics. The results will shed light on the contribution of culture to economic and social development, as well as the conditions of those engaged in cultural activities. 

 

 Featured Content

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UIS proposal for a global study on cultural employment
Summary report of the 2013 UIS cultural employment metadata survey
Measuring the economic contribution of cultural industries: A review and assessment of current methodological approaches
UIS proposal for a global study on cultural employment
Summary report of the 2013 UIS cultural employment metadata survey
Measuring the economic contribution of cultural industries: A review and assessment of current methodological approaches
 

Survey development

 

 A metadata survey was undertaken in 2013 and a pilot survey on cultural employment statistics took place in 2014 with 20 participating countries. The analysis of the Metadata survey and the outcomes of the Pilot survey will serve as the basis of a global survey that will be launched in 2015. To guide the project, the UIS has established an expert group on cultural employment statistics with members drawn from national statistical offices, regional and international organisations, as well as private researchers.

 

Updated: 17/9/2014

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