This book explores the potential of arts and cultural education to contribute to on-going efforts to promote Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in line with UNESCO’s conceptualizations of the field. It builds on the experiences of arts educators working to build sustainable futures and portrays new and innovative approaches. Chapters comprise case studies that combine arts, culture, sustainable thinking and practices. They also include research from historical perspectives, evaluations of public policy measures and offer theoretical approaches and methodologies. The book unfolds the possible relationships between arts and cultural education and Education for Sustainable Development.
Teunis IJdens has recently published a paper about an ENO survey on Digitalization in/and Arts Education. Access the full report here:
ENO Poland published a brochure on “Why Do We Need Cultural Institutions?”
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ENO and the Association of Finnish Children’s Cultural Centers publish Tampere Paper on Implementation of Children’s Cultural Rights.
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