The aim of this article is, firstly, to present the evolution of the concept of cultural citizenship within the framework of human rights. It explores the relationship of this concept to other ones, such as development, trade, multiculturalism, decolonization. In a second moment, the insertion of culture in the creative economy, policies for living community culture and ecology are examined. There is also a discussion about cities as geographic-social-cultural territories important for the constitution of cultural policies of the most diverse orders. Finally, initiatives are explored to reconcile the economic and social approach to culture.
- Creative Economy
- Cultural Citizenship
- Human Rights
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous)
- Social Sciences (miscellaneous)