The Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) will engage in Curriculum Development at level of needs analysis as well as in academy events.  As an associate partner of the MAST project IRMO will support the project through contributions  of researchers from Culture and Communication Department  as speakers and/or consultants at the "Interfacing academy" (Unicult programme) concerning different issues of cultural policy related research. As part of 2018, 2019 and 2020 Unicult program, IRMO researchers will contribute their expertise concerning “Digital culture and cultural policies” topics, focusing on the digital shift and issues related to convergence processes, network context and DSM reform and the impact these have on the cultural sector, as well as, on frictions and ambiguities of digitization in work and labour environments, presenting debates in the trend toward labour capture in digitalized environments.  Issues that will be tackled will put focus on digital context (and the related changes) bring to cultural policies, as well as, opportunities and threats that digital context presents for cultural sector.



Dr. Aleksandra Uzelac

Institute for Development and International Relations

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