We are pleased to announce that the third INVENT Policy Brief has become available for download on our website.Where previously Policy Brief 1 (2021) looked at cultural offerings, wellbeing and the cultural value orientations of Europeans, and Policy Brief 2 (2023) centered on culture’s contribution to health and wellbeing; Policy Brief 3 (2023) places its focus on Digitalization and Culture.
We are pleased to announce that the second INVENT Policy Brief has become available for download on our website. Following Policy Brief 1 (2021) which briefly touched on topics of satisfaction with cultural offerings and Covid-19 in relation to wellbeing, Policy Brief 2 adopts a narrower focus and is titled Culture’s contribution to health and wellbeing. Now drawing on a
On April 27-28, 2023, the INVENT consortium hosted its final conference: Societal Drivers and Impacts of Cultural Participation: Key Findings Towards More Inclusive Cultural Policies. The INVENT consortium gathered in the sunny and dynamic city of Barcelona, at the Institut d’Estudis Catalan to present the key research outputs the project has produced over the past 3 years. Since the first INVENT
INVENT’s data scraping team has recently completed its second annual report “Advocating for culture in turbulent times”. Following phase I, which explored the various uses of the word “culture on the Twittersphere, our team decided to delve deeper for phase II. For phase II, we took a closer look at the question “What do people talk about when they talk
In the period between October 6th and 8th, 2022, a team meeting of the INVENT project (European Inventory of Societal Values of Culture as a Basis for Inclusive Cultural Policies in the Globalizing World) was held in Zadar, Croatia. The project is supported by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme. The meeting was organised by the Croatian partner in the