Culture Counts
The Collective Voice of Scotland's Cultural Sector

Original Lobbying

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Culture Counts  - Culture Strategy Workshop Report (Senscot Conference)

Senscot Conference Thursday 7 December 2017

 
 
 

 
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Culture Counts submission to Culture Tourism Europe and External Affairs Committee.

CCT Culture Counts CTEER Evidence for Budge. Submitted 23 November 2017

 

 

 

Core Members Meeting October 2017 - Report. 

The following information was gathered from members of Culture Counts who attended the Core Members meeting held at the Mitchell Library on Fri 6th October 2017. The report covers:

Scottish Government Culture Strategy - Culture Counts Core Members Report considered questions as outlined in the Scot Gov Cultural Strategy Resource Pack.

Cultural Sector Operations - How the cultural sector operates and functions. We explored barriers that could be removed and suggested what would make working in the sector easier.

National Performance Framework - members voted for which current national indicators a cultural outcome should be strategically connected to. Members also came up with suggestions of new national indicators that connect with a cultural outcome.

Read the full report here.

 

 

Culture Counts Response to CTEER Committee - Immigration Inquiry - October 2017

We submit the following evidence from the cultural sector on differentiating the UKs immigration system in Scotland, and would be pleased to provide further information and/or a panel of expert representatives to support the work of the Scottish Parliament on this vital issue.

Read our submission here. 

 

 

 

Culture Counts Response to
CTEER Committee - Article 50 inquiry - Call For Evidence - October 2017

We submit the following evidence on the impact of withdrawal from the European Union on the cultural and creative industries in Scotland, and would be pleased to provide further information and/or a panel of expert representatives to support the work of the Scottish Parliament on this vital issue.

Read our submission here