UCCN

AcronymDefinition
UCCNUnited Church of Christ in Nigeria
UCCNUnited Child Care Network (Downers Grove, IL)
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This means creative city hubs linked nationwide for a 'Creative Philippines.' While for its largest political scale, the UCCN acts as one such agent pushing for global Creative City linkages, thus connoting international relations at the municipal level among other institutional requirements for development cooperation.
The UCCN, founded in 2004, has currently 180 members from 72 countries covering creative fields such as arts and crafts, design, film, literature, and media arts.
As part of its UCCN membership, Dubai will roll out a four-year plan to further its creativity and support creative fields, said Dawood Abdul Rahman Al Hajiri, director-general of Dubai Municipality.
UCCN membership can apply to cities that have identified creativity as a strategic factor for sustainable urban development covering seven creative fields: crafts & folk art, design, film, gastronomy, literature, music and media arts, and its members are capital cities as well as large and medium cities.
Abdel Hamid took part in celebrations of the international accreditation of Egypt's artistic heritage, along with experts who prepared the application to the UCCN.
This comes a few days after the UCCN declared Cairo among 63 other cities, from 44 countries, that will join the list of fostering innovation cities.
On October 31, 2017, Baguio City joined the ranks of 180 cities from 72 countries that made it to the UCCN list of creative cities.
It was declared the first Creative City of Crafts and Folk Arts in the country recognized by the Unesco Creative Cities Network (UCCN) in 2017.
Frederico Alquiros, cochairman of Panagbenga, said with the inclusion of the city in the UCCN, the cultural aspects already ingrained in the festival, such as the street dancing, will be enhanced and the creativity expanded.