The purpose of this Seminar is to analyze the impact of digital technologies for cultural and creative industries and to exchange views on the role these tools play in the present state of the global pandemic. It is the Seminar's objective to identify the contribution of digital cultural industries to digital economies as a whole – and vice versa.
ICCSD Releases the First Promotional Video
The International Center for Creativity and Sustainable Development under the Auspices of UNESCO (Category 2) was approved at the 38th session of UNESCO General Assembly in November 2015.
The Productivity of National Economy Is Driven Ever More by Digitally Based Inter-connectedness
Chairman of ICCSD Advisory Committee and Former Assistant Director-General for Strategic Planning, UNESCO
Digital Technology--One of the Mainstays of Creative and Innovative Changes
Executive Director of ICCSD
UNESCO Highlights Culture's Contribution to Creative Economy
Director of UNESCO Beijing Cluster Office
The Role of Digital Economy in Advancing Creative Industries
Member of ICCSD Advisory Committee, Former Senior Economist of United Nations
New Business Forms, New Business Models and New Industries: Analyzing a Policy Text Centered on Digital Culture Industries
Member of ICCSD Advisory Committee, Vice Director of CASS
Digital Technology Promotes Cultural Exchanges and Trade
Vice Director of Laboratory of Interactive Technology and Experience System, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Integrating City Development with Creative Industries
Academic Director of ELISAVA Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, Barcelona, Spain
Neo-Culture Creativity Builds a Creative Ecosystem Full of Creativity and Vitality
Senior Researcher of Tencent Social Research Center (TSRC)
Exchange Explores Ways to Trade Value of Data
Tech Firm Ups Efforts in Unmanned Solution
China's Manufacturing Heartland Accelerates Digital Transformation
Online Education Helps Diversify Career Paths
E-healthcare Services to Play Bigger Role in Economy
Digital Economy Becoming Key Driver of China's Growth
Feature: Cuba Boosts Digital Economy amid COVID-19 Pandemic
UN Labor Agency Calls for New Policy Measures for Digital Economy
Digital Economy Sees Continued Growth
The Rise of the Digital Economy amid COVID-19
Digital Economy to Account for 10% of Fresh Output in Nation by 2025
Xinhua Headlines: China, ASEAN See Thriving Digital Economy Cooperation amid Anti-pandemic "New Normal"
The International Center for Creativity and Sustainable Development under the Auspices of UNESCO (Category 2) was approved at the 38th session of UNESCO General Assembly in November 2015. In 2017, the People's Government of Beijing Municipality signed the agreement with UNESCO. ICCSD becomes the world's first UNESCO Category 2 center with the theme of "creativity and sustainable development". With the support and guidance of UNESCO, the Center intends to build the world's high-level international platform that aims at creativity and sustainable development, and includes the functions of research, training, cooperation, communication, demonstration etc. The Center shall become a first-class think-tank gathering talents throughout the world, building a global renowned "laboratory of thoughts" with a focus on creativity and innovation. It shall promote cultural exchanges and cooperation, disseminate and support Chinese enterprises, technology and culture.
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