Establishment of the Interministerial Committee for the Promotion of Creative Economy
The Interministerial Committee for the Promotion of Creative Economy is the advisory body of the Presidency of the Republic, leaded by the Minister President of the CNCA and composed of other Secretaries of State, belonging to the following ministries of State: Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism; Ministry of Finance; Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Social Development; Labour and Social Security Ministry; Ministry of Agriculture, and Ministry of Education.
This Committee is responsible for designing the National Plan for the Promotion of Creative Economy, a presidential measure seeking to articulate instruments in a coherent and systemic to promote the development of the creative economy in the country. The Committee operates through an Executive Secretariat, whose strategic guidelines are:
(1) encourage knowledge about the creative economy;
(2) professionalization and promotion of associativity, and
(3) training to audiences.
The Interministerial Committee of Promotion of Creative Economy in Chile is made up of the mentioned 8 Ministries and 15 public institutions:
The Chilean Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AGCID), ChileValora, National Council of Innovation for Competition (CNIC), Corporation of Promotion of Production (CORFO), National Corporation of Indigenous Development (CONADI), Direction of Cultural Affairs (DIRAC), Direction of Export Promotion (PROCHILE), Solidarity Found and Social Investment (FOSIS), Foundation Image of Chile (FICH), Institute of Agricultural Development (INDAP), National Institute of Youth (INJUV), National Institute of Industrial Property (INAPI), Service of Technical Cooperation (SERCOTEC), National Service of Training and Employment (SENCE) and National Service of Tourism (SERNATUR).
The Executive Secretariat of this Committee works with two cross-cutting emphasis; on the one hand, their actions seek contribute to decentralize decisions of local policies (territorial approach) and on the other, seek to provide a normative, legal and institutional framework for the development of the creative economy at national and regional level (institutional framework).
The work of cultural dissemination and extension to show the Chilean culture to the world necessarily must be supplemented by the export of creative goods and services produced in Chile, so we can show the world systematic and continuously what we are able to do. The chilean creative economy, by its quality and product development, has optimal conditions to give a qualitative leap.
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