The National Development Strategy prioritizes two axes: demographic change and transformation of the productive matrix and three cross-cutting themes: gender systems, cultural development and territorial development.
Regarding creative industries, the prospective process to delineate the future scenarios of the productive matrix of the country is the second Key thematic axis of sustainable development and will focus on ten strategic productive complexes: Bioeconomy, Digital Economy, Renewable Energies, Tourism, Hydrocarbons, Mining, Creative Industries, Forestry -wood pulp, Food and Global Export Services and associated with natural resources. Related to cultural development, the Strategy focuses on: the specificity of culture as a socially organized sector, based on three major sub-dimensions: cultural institutionality, the economic dimension of culture and cultural citizenship. The second approach considers the transversality of culture from a more anthropological perspective, referring to the ways of doing, feeling, thinking and relating based on the values, attitudes and beliefs of Uruguayans.
Culture is seen, in the Strategy, as a fundamental aspect of people's lives, for human, productive, social, and environmental development.
The Strategy was developed by the previous period of government but it hasn't been implemented.
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All the National Ministries and Agencies from Uruguay.