Culture for Development Indicators Suite (CDIS) demonstrates the enabling and driving role of culture in sustainable development. Thanks to an innovative methodology, this advocacy and policy tool examines through facts and figures the multidimensional relationship between culture and development.
The analysis of 7 key dimensions of culture and development, through the assessment of 22 core indicators, responds to the needs and circumstances of low and middle-income countries. The wealth of quantitative data produced through the implementation of the CDIS promotes better-informed cultural policies and the integration of culture in development strategies, thus contributing to the implementation of the 2005 UNESCO Convention for the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions.
The CDIS methodology is the outcome of a four year (2009-2013) applied research process. By the end of 2014, it has been implemented in 17 countries around the world, demonstrating its potential for policy impact.
Ukraine began the implementation of the CDIS in April 2016 and completed the process in March 2017. This Brief summarizes the results, implementation formula and impact the CDIS project had in Ukraine.
• AT A GLANCE: OPENING DIALOGUE AND STRENGTHENING STATISTICS
– Highlights from the findings: Ukrainian Culture for Development DNA
• UKRAINE'S RESULTS IN DETAIL BY DIMENSION
– Social participation
– Gender equality
• IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS IN UKRAINE
• ADDED VALUE OF THE CDIS IN UKRAINE
CDIS Analytical Brief (ENG)
CDIS Analytical Brief (UKR)