This policy invites developers, residents and all those involved in the city to help to create buildings and public spaces that put people first and so contribute to the quality of life in our city.
The International Cultural Panel: Strategy 2017 - 2020
Det internationale kulturpanel: strategi 2017 - 2020
The policy plan follows upon an investigation of the international cultural policy for the 2009-2014 period by the Policy and Evaluations Operation Department (IOB) and advice from the Council for Culture. Key points of the international cultural policy for the 2017-2020 period are: greater appreciation for the intrinsic and social significance of culture, greater emphasis on the importance of exchange, networks and reciprocity, a cohesive and integral approach to other countries, emphasis on the connecting role of culture and support for cultural diplomacy worldwide.
Media Impact Review
Media Impact Review
The purpose is to present a meta-study of relevant studies of the interaction between public service media and private media with a view to their overall contribution to community information, development and coherence. The report focuses on mapping the foreign literature with special focus on the relevance of the studies to Danish conditions. The English main report provides an overview of what the existing scientific literature as well as relevant public and private studies from various stakeholders have to say on the subject.
Danish Architectural Policy - Putting People First
Dansk arkitekturpolitik - sætter folk først
Architecture is for people. It sets the framework for our lives and it affects us with its values and ideals.
The architectural policy has been developed in close cooperation between a number of ministries and stakeholders. It launches 64 specific initiatives in different ministerial fields of responsibility. The policy was presented at an event in February 2014.
Some of the initiatives in "Putting People First" focus on strengthening citizens’ experience of architecture and their participation in democratic processes. Other initiatives focus on how architecture can promote sustainability and quality of life - environmentally, socially, and culturally. Other initiatives are focused on education and innovation, on architecture as a growth industry and on Danish architecture’s international potential.
Strategy for pre-school children's encounter with art and culture
Strategi for Små Borns Mode Med Kunst Og Kultur
Art and culture should be a part of children's and young people's life from a very early age. This is why these three separate strategies for pre-school children's, schoolchildren's and young people's encounter with art and culture have been presented. They are intended to be an inspiration for the adults who work with pre-school children, schoolchildren and young people. There are many common elements for the pre-school children and the schoolchildren, while the young people have greater needs for self-organisation and for using their own initiative. Children’s institutions, schools and youth education programmes are located under the auspices of the municipalities. It is, to a large extent, the municipalities that prioritise culture and children and young people's possibilities of development and learning. The three strategies provide new opportunities, which should be seen in connection with the opportunities for experiences for children and young people that already exist. They provide ideas for establishing more options that have been developed in individual municipalities with good results. Furthermore, for a number of the proposals, co-funding can be granted over a four-year period. The idea is to provide inspiration for a specific focus on children's and young people's encounter with art and to contribute to initiatives being launched and developed locally and then carried on under the auspices of the municipalities as their active culture policy for children and young people.
Doping in Denmark - A White Book
Welcome to Team Culture 2012
Velkommen til Team Culture 2012
The present crisis is about much more than economy, finances or debt. In reality it represents a much deeper crisis in our European values. To us – the members of Team Culture 2012 – it is clear that we as Europeans have lost our vision of the good society. The crisis shows us how materialism, selfishness and nationalism have overshadowed our fundamental cultural values of enlightenment, solidarity and humanism.
In this pamphlet you will find both the manifesto of Team Culture (“Turn To Culture” it is called) and a presentation of the team members and their individual cases. At the Team Culture website you will be able to find all the presentations from the June 6 session, as well as a lot more material.
Internationalisation at the Artistic and Cultural Institutions of Higher Education
Internationalisering ved de kunstneriske og kulturelle institutioner for videregående uddannelse
This summary is based on the results from the report on internationalisation at the institutions of higher education under the Ministry of Culture Denmark, which was conducted by the Ministry of Culture and the Rectors’ Conference of the Ministry of Culture in 2010-11. The report is based on data from the period 2007-2009. In 2010, a number of mergers took place in the policy area of the Ministry of Culture. The Glass and Ceramic School on Bornholm merged with the Danish Design School. Funen Music Academy, West Jutland Academy of Music and the National School of Acting at Odense Theatre merged into the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, Southern Denmark. Northern Jutland’s Music Academy and the Royal Music Academy Aarhus merged into the Royal Music Academy Aarhus/Aalborg. Furthermore, in 2011, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, the Danish Design School and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Conservation merged into the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. The mergers have become effective after the data period 2007-2009 and will only be mentioned when relevant.
A Nation of Architecture
En nation af arkitektur
It is the government’s intention that the architectural policy will contribute to the development of architecture as a Danish stronghold and to create an increasing awareness and debate about the significance, conditions and possibilities of architecture in Denmark. The policy is intended as a contribution to a broad and lively discussion on how to retain and further develop architectural quality as a central conduit of culture – with local, national and global perspectives for growth and welfare in Denmark. The government’s ambition is that the architectural policy should be seen in a long-term perspective.
The second Danish architecture policy was drawn up by the Ministries of Housing. The Danish National Association of Architects (DAL) issued a programme called Arkitekturpolitik (Architecture policy). DAL requested publicly organized architectural competitions which they consider necessary for professional development. They would like to see the field of competition broadened to include for example technical innovations, design and functional studies.
Danish Architecture Policy
The first Danish Architecture Policy drawn up by the Ministries of Culture, Environment and Finance.