Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago de Chile, Montevideo, London. What do these cities have in common? How different are their experiences with cultural policies and what challenges do they face? How are they using cultural activities to address social inequality, economic instability and urban segregation? These are some of the questions addressed by the second policy briefing of the World Cities Culture Forum. The document is based on the collective knowledge and latest evidence recently assembled at the 2014 Regional World Cities Culture Summit in Buenos Aires.
The document’s content is presented in one single pdf including both its Spanish and English version.