Quinquennial Government Programme: 2005-2009; 2010-2014 e 2015-2019

Ministry of Culture and Tourism
Describe the main features of the policy/measure: 

This is an integrated macro-economic legislative policy with national scopel

What are the results achieved so far through the implementation of the policy/measure?: 

? Approved, by Resolution No 34/2016 of 12 December; the Policy on Cultural and Creative Industries;
? Approved the Audiovisual and Cinema Law, by Law no. 1/2017, of 10 January;
? Approved the Regulation of the Audio-visual and Cinema Law by Decree No 41/2017 of 4 August;
? Approved the Licensing Regulations for the Commercialisation and Stamping of Works of Art and Crafts, by Decree no. 45/2018, of 30 July; To facilitate the circulation, export, registration and measurement of the contribution of these products to GDP;
? Creation of the National Institute of Cultural and Creative Industries (INICC), by Decree No 23/2019 of 28 March
? The IX and X editions of the National Festival of Culture were held in 2016 and 2018, under the slogans: "Celebrating Cultural Diversity, for the Consolidation of Peace and Development" in the cities of Beira and Dondo, Sofala Province and "Culture Promoting Women, Identity and Sustainable Development" in Lichinga and the Lago, Sanga and Chimbunila Districts, respectively.
? The AZGO Festival promoted by Khuzula Investments Lda, KINANI Festival of Yodine Productions, Zouk Festival was held
? International concerts that made Mozambique one of the world routes of Cultural Tourism where we can highlight those promoted by BBQ - Moments of Jazz and Morreira Chonguissa - More Jazz Serie, Chitara Sounds, that brought to Mozambique, sounding names like Cool & Gang, Bill Ocean, Manu Dibangu, Hugo Massequele, Sipho Mabuza, Oliver Mutukuzi, Judith Sephuma, Ludmila, Matias Damasio, Dire Straits among others;
? Associations specialized by segments and the value chain of the cultural and creative sector were created;
? Increased entrepreneurship of young people and women in the cultural and creative field;
? Migration from the informal market to the formal market of products and services in the cultural and creative sector;
? Consecrated disadvantaged groups in the processes of development of the economy
In the context of the internationalization of arts and culture, it is important to highlight the holding of events in the country with the participation of renowned personalities and artists, but also the sending of artistic delegations that travelled the world, showing the richness and identity of Mozambique. These events counted with the involvement of national business and civil society, among which are of note:
? International Congress of Culture and Tourism in Partnership with APolitecnica University in November 2018;
? 3 biennials, two in Venice and one in Milan, and our participation in Expo Dubai 2020 is in preparation. We organized the first exhibition of Mozambican art in Cuba and took part in other craft fairs in Portugal, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa, among others;
? Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Festival, held in the city of Cairo - Egypt, with a delegation of 18 members;
? GcwalaNgamasiko Festival in the Republic of South Africa in 2016 and 2017;
? X and XI Cultural Week of China and Portuguese-speaking countries and XIX and XX Edition of the Lusophone Festival in Macao with delegations composed of 7 and 10 members respectively;
? Theatre Festival in Angola and Brazil in 2018 and 2019 respectively, where Gira Sol Theatre Group participated;
? CPLP theatre festival in Portugal, Angola and Brazil in 2017, 2018 and 2019 respectively. Mozambique was represented by Lareira theatre Group;
From the perspective of promoting and stimulating the development of cultural and creative industries:
? 4 recording studios, 2 in Zambezia Province, in the districts of Alto-Molocue, Morrumbala, 1 in Beira City, Sofala Province and 1 in Lichinga, Niassa Province, were established to stimulate creativity, recording and dissemination of local music;

? The project to build cultural markets was implemented, the first one being built in Ponta Douro, Matutuine District, Maputo Province. The impact of these markets will be reflected in the reduction of social inequalities.

Partner(s) engaged in the implementation of the measure: 
Name of partnerType of entity
Private Sector
Civil Society Organization (CSO)
Civil Society Organization (CSO)
Civil Society Organization (CSO)
Public Sector
Has the implementation of the policy/measure been evaluated?: 
If yes, what are the main conclusions/recommendations?: 

? Increased participation of young people and women in the creative sector, with a partly dominant tendency for men to be involved.
? Financial deficit to fully meet the demand of the growing trend of entrepreneurship
? Strengthen subsidised lines of funding and other tax incentives to encourage the participation of young people and specifically women in the cultural and creative sector
? Carry out socio-cultural studies that present recommendations that influence the involvement of women in the cultural and creative sector

Objetivo(s) de la Convención 2005 de la UNESCO
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