G20 Culture Ministers call for culture to be included in national and international post-pandemic recovery strategies

G20 Culture Ministers, gathered for the first time, have agreed to a platform that calls for culture, cultural heritage and the creative sector to be included in national and international post-pandemic recovery strategies. The Ministers also agreed to a wide range of principles related to the culture sector.

During the meeting held in Rome on July 29 and 30, 2021, under Italy’s 2021 Presidency of the G20, the Ministers of Culture of G20 countries, whose combined economies represent 80% of global GDP, and nine representatives of intergovernmental organisations, looked at ways to build the cultural sector back stronger in a post-pandemic environment.

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