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Title: Good policy and practices of cultural mapping, planning, and impact assessment to support policy implementation – European context. Final report
Authors: Duxbury, Nancy 
Issue Date: 15-Apr-2020
Publisher: STEPS
Project: EuropeAid/137708/DH/SER/ZA 
Abstract: This report presents and reflects on selected good practices in European cities that demonstrate ways in which cultural mapping, cultural planning, and cultural impact assessment can contribute to policy development and implementation for more sustainable and just urban development. The desk review for this study considered good practices that are highlighted within European networks and programmes as well as urban cultural policy research that has identified principles and guidelines or good practice cases. The report is also informed by international trends observed in the areas of cultural mapping, planning, and impact assessment. The importance of participatory and citizenengaged approaches to cultural policy is transversal in leading contemporary urban cultural policy. Because of the transversal nature of citizen engagement and meaningful participation, it has not been a focus in this review but rather seen as a necessary component of the underlying cultural policy development and governance platform.
Rights: openAccess
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