Enhancing Cultural Democracy

From national to global cultural democracy in cultural policies

"Cultural Democracy" has different meanings, relevance and importance depending on the political, economic, cultural and social context. Strategies that increase access to and disseminate ideas and values are promoted by the internet. But still those who have resources, networks, expertise and historical privilege are best able to impose their values, ideas, beliefs and ideological assumptions. So what are the hopes for a more democratic world order in which everyone - or at least the majority of people - is able to project their views, traditions, values and perspectives onto the "global marketplace of ideas"?


Year of publication: 2018
Author: Mike van Graan
Type of publication: Studies and inputs
Topic: Culture and Foreign Policy, Art
Edition: 1
Pages: 7
Series: ifa Input
Art. No.: 9005

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