Jamaica Cited For Best Practices In UNESCO ‘Reshaping Policies For Creativity’ Report


Jamaica has been acknowledged for best practices in facilitating a creative ecosystem by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in its ‘Reshaping Policies for Creativity’ global report.

Culture Minister Olivia Grange, said that Jamaica was referenced a total of six times in the 300-page document.

The country was cited for creating permanent bodies to manage dialogue with civil society organisations; creating a youth advisory council within its culture and creative industries; and taking into account the need to improve the working conditions for creatives.