UNESCO > Policy & Research Series on Cultural Policy and Governance

One of UNESCO’s roles is to facilitate the collection, analysis and dissemination of information, statistics and best practices relevant to the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions.

The Policy & Research series examines emerging trends in cultural policy and governance, and offers an in-depth analysis of key topics to reveal today's policy landscape. In doing so, it aims to inspire cultural policymakers and advocates to make innovative, evidence-based decisions that stimulate the growth of dynamic creative sectors around the world.

Three of these publications engage with issues around the transnational mobility of artists or creative works:

Culture & working conditions for artists: implementing the 1980 Recommendation concerning the Status of the Artist – EN / FR / ES

Culture in the CARIFORUM - European Union Economic Partnership Agreement: rebalancing trade flows between Europe and the Caribbean? – EN / FR / ES

Culture in treaties and agreements: implementing the 2005 Convention in bilateral and regional trade agreements – EN / FR / ES