11th Meeting of the Eastern Partnership Platform 4
‘Contacts Between People’
Brussels, Belgium
22 May 2014
Structure of the Presentation
• Introduction to CDIS
 The Concept
 UNESCO 2005 Convention
 Outputs and Objectives
• 7 Dimensions
• Culture for Development DNA
• Implementation Process
 CDIS Products and Field-testing
 CDIS Implementation Process at the National Level
• CDIS In Action
 Focus on Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Key National Outcomes Worldwide
• Stepping up Cooperation in EaP Countries
 CDIS as a potential tool to step up cooperation between the EU and UNESCO in EaP
countries
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Culture for Development Indicators (CDIS)
Advocacy and
policy tool
New knowledge
& data
International context and
national needs
Added value
UNESCO 2005 Convention
Article 13- Integration of culture in sustainable development
“Parties shall endeavour to integrate culture in their development policies at all levels for the
creation of conditions conducive to sustainable development and, within this framework, foster
aspects relating to the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions.”
Article 19- Exchange, analysis and dissemination of information
“Parties agree to exchange information and share expertise concerning data collection and
statistics on the diversity of cultural expressions as well as on best practices for its protection and
promotion...”
Adopted 20 October 2005
Entered into force 18 March 2007
133 State Parties to the Convention + European Union
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Outputs and Objectives
Demonstrate with facts and figures the inclusive role of
culture both a driver and enabler for development
Assess the environment for enhancing and sustaining
cultural assets, resources, and processes for development
→Generate new data for policy purposes
→Identify challenges and opportunities for the future
→Inform and orient culture and development policies
→Build capacity and strengthen national statistics systems
CDIS 7 DIMENSIONS
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Culture for Development Matrix
Economy
GDP
Employment
Household
Expenditures
Education
Inclusive
Education
Multilingual
Education
Arts Education
Professional
Training
Governance
Standardsetting
Framework
Policy and
Institutional
Framework
Infrastructures
Civil Society in
Governance
Social
Participation
Going-out
participation
Identitybuilding
participation
Intercultural
Tolerance
Interpersonal
Trust
Gender
Equality
Gender
Equality
Outputs
Perception of
Gender
Equality
Communication
Freedom of
Expression
Internet
Access
Heritage
Heritage
Sustainability
Diversity of
Fiction on TV
Selfdetermination
CULTURE FOR DEVELOPMENT DNA
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Culture for Development DNA
IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
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CDIS Products and Field-testing
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
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CDIS Implementation at the National Level
• Data collection and construction of the 22 core indicators
→ A collaborative process between national stakeholders, UNESCO Field
Offices, and UNESCO CDIS Unit
• Detailed analysis of results
→ Graphic visualizations and DNA
→ Technical Report
→ Analytical Brief
• Presentation of final results
→ Final presentation meeting with national stakeholders
→ Recommendations for cultural policy, the inclusion of culture in
development strategies, and improving national statistics systems
• Publication of results
→ Online distribution of analyses and inclusion of the national results in the
UNESCO CDIS Global Database
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CDIS IN ACTION
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Focus on Bosnia and Herzegovina: Implementation
• Test Phase I (April-July 2011)
→National Presentation of Results Workshop (5 July 2011)
• Test Phase II and Alignment of Results (Nov. 2012-Sep. 2013)
• CDIS Country Team
→Local Consultant
→The Agency for Statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Institute for
Statistics of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Institute
for Statistics of Republika Srpska
→UNESCO Antenna Office in Sarajevo
• Participation of over 40 stakeholders
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Focus on Bosnia and Herzegovina: DNA
Focus on Bosnia and Herzegovina: Results
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Focus on Bosnia and Herzegovina: Results
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Focus on Bosnia and Herzegovina: Outcomes
• Culture and Development Agenda reinforced
→ New awareness of indicators
→ Enhanced awareness of culture’s potential amongst actors inside and outside
the culture sector
→ Contributing to better informed policies and priorities
• Improving national statistics and monitoring systems
→ Inadequate information systems highlighted
→ Unveiled missed opportunities for including cultural indicators in monitoring
mechanisms for cultural policies and development plans
• Enhancing collaboration amongst stakeholders
→ Need for increased cooperation, harmonized policies and financial
mechanisms regarding culture and heritage revealed
→ Opportunities for heightened analysis and increased cooperation amongst
statistical agencies of entitie.
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Key National Outcomes Worldwide
• Informed cultural policies for development
→ Informing the formulation of a Cultural Policy for Cambodia
• Integration of culture in development strategies and plans
→ Inclusion of culture in the next UNDAF (2014-2018) in Namibia
→ Integration of culture indicators in Ecuador’s National Development Plan
→ On-going discussions between UN agencies regarding the integration of
culture in the next UNDAF in Ghana
• Strengthened national statistics and information systems
→ Inclusion of culture questions in 2014 Multiple Indicators Cluster Survey in
Swaziland
→ Informing the preparation of a a National Satellite Account for Culture in Peru
→ Inspired a larger research process led by the Ministry of Culture to measure
the contribution of culture at the local level in Colombia
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STEPPING UP COOPERATION
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Stepping Up Cooperation in EaP Countries
• Implementation of 2005 Convention in EaP countries
→ CDIS is a concrete tool and component of a broader implementation package
for the 2005 Convention
→ Regional Seminar on Practical Implementation of UNESCO 2005 Convention
(Lviv, Oct. 2013)
→ CDIS as a means to step up cooperation between EU and UNESCO in EaP countries
and implement the 2005 Convention
• CDIS as a tool to achieve EaPP4 objectives
→ EaP Culture Programme objectives
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Policy reform
Build capacity
Contribute to the exchange of information and best practices
Demonstrate culture’s contribution to economic and social development goals
• UNESCO is eager to scale up cooperation with the EU
→ Provided the necessary resources and financial support, UNESCO is ready to
begin implementation of the CDIS in EaP countries
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For more information
Please contact:
Guiomar Alonso Cano: [email protected]
Molly Steinlage: [email protected]
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