The potential of Article 16 in contributing to dynamic cultural exchanges with long-lasting effects in both developed and developing countries is evident but its actual implementation and impact on the ground remain underdeveloped and underexplored. This study conducted by Mira Burri and Keith Nurse, which examines the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) concluded in October 2008 between the European Union (EU) and CARIFORUM States, seeks to fill this gap.

Impact Study: UNESCO-Aschberg Programme for Artists and Cultural Professionals

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