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International cultural relations in the digital age: what’s next? - Challenges and prospects between global discourses, echo chambers and spin control
In our increasingly connected but also fragmented world, external cultural relations and policy are increasingly shaped by digitalisation. During this event, the panellists will discuss some trends, challenges, and opportunities arising from this development for practitioners and policymakers, as well as questions like: Which countries/actors are successfully embracing digital strategies of external cultural policy? What role do digital technologies and platforms play in shaping global discourses? How should policymakers and practitioners position themselves in this new landscape? What impact did the Covid-19 pandemic have on these developments and what further developments might be in store for the field of foreign (cultural) policy?

This event takes place on the occasion of the launch of the External Cultural Policy Monitor, a new online system that was jointly developed by Prof. Dr. Helmut K Anheier (Hertie School) in coordination with ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen). It presents key information about the external cultural policy (ECP) of countries across the world in a systematic and concise way. Regularly updated, it offers quantitative data, context information and cross-country comparisons.
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