International Forum Creative Ukraine
is a platform for political and expert discussion on the development of state policy in the field of cultural and creative industries (CCI).
During the two-day forum, the participants were going to reflect on the necessary conditions and instruments for developing Ukrainian creative enterprises and boosting their competitiveness. Special focus was paid to the latest trends in design, fashion, and book publishing sectors, discussed during practical workshops with international experts.

Promoting cooperation between government, civil society and businesses, the Forum aimed to enhance public-private cooperation in the field of CCI at national and regional levels. The event gathered international experts on the creative economy, creative professions and culture policymakers from all over Europe.

The International Forum Creative Ukraine took place on 8-9 November at D12 space at Desyatynna St, 12. To find out more, please, follow the link


The Forum is organised by the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine and implemented with support of the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC), and funded by the EU Culture Bridges program, implemented by the British Council.

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