Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
Title: Digital platforms, gender & cultural policy: The Berlin-Barcelona nexus. Analysis of the challenges in cultural public policies for promoting inclusive digitalization
Author: Espelt, Ricard  
Abstract: This report examines the integration of digitalization in cultural policy, focusing on gender perspectives in Berlin and Barcelona. It explores how these cities utilize digital tools to enhance their cultural landscapes, considering the impact of public policies on fostering inclusive and equitable outcomes. The study delves into the role of cultural policy innovation, scrutinizing the effectiveness of policy environments in both cities in promoting socioeconomic development and gender equality. Drawing on insights from various scholars, it emphasizes the need for gender-inclusive digital policies and the development of a feminist political economy framework for the digital economy. The report presents a detailed analysis of interview results and workshop findings, offering comparative perspectives on the approaches of Berlin and Barcelona. It highlights the challenges and opportunities each city faces in implementing gender-inclusive cultural and digital transformations. The conclusions synthesize these insights, suggesting future research directions and potential pathways for cities to harness cultural and digital innovation in a way that promotes inclusivity and equality. In the annex of the report, additional resources, inspirational cases, organizations and networks are included to reinforce the value of the research performed.
Keywords: digital platforms
cultural policies
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/report
Issue Date: Dec-2023
Publication license:  
Appears in Collections:Treballs, papers de recerca

View statistics

This item is licensed under aCreative Commons License Creative Commons