IFACCAInternational Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies
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Without robust economies it is difficult for the arts to flourish, the value chain expounded by de Bono must be recognized by both the art academy and the broader society, just as major global institutions such as UNESCO and IFACCA are now seeking to codify creative development.
IFACCA was set up in 2000 to enable culture ministries and arts agencies around the world to share information about the best way to support the arts.
IFACCA chairman Risto Ruohonen, from Finland, and executive director Sarah Gardner, from Australia, will visit the region from May 23 to 25.