Developing Inclusive and Creative Economies (DICE), is an ambitious programme that will support the development of creative and social enterprises in the UK and five key emerging economies: Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan, and South Africa.
Aiming to foster inclusive growth and progress on the Sustainable Development Goals, Developing Inclusive and Creative Economies will take an innovative, cross-sectoral approach which draws on UK expertise in the creative and social economies.
Developing Inclusive and Creative Economies will operate at policy, institutional and individual levels. It will be co-designed and co-delivered by UK enterprises and sector support organisations such as impact hubs, accelerators and universities working in partnership with counterparts in these countries.
Through Developing Inclusive and Creative Economies, we will engage with policymakers and key influencers to help participating countries identify systemic barriers and promote legislation, strategies and funding that enable social and creative enterprises to flourish.
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The programme will be informed by new research on the social and creative economies in each of the participating countries. These surveys will enhance our understanding of the contributions these sectors make to sustainable and inclusive development as well as the challenges and opportunities before them.
Projects funded by Developing Inclusive and Creative Economies programme in Egypt
Drivers for Change Programme will support four Egyptians selected for a trip around the UK aiming to inspire creative leaders and entrepreneurs to foster changes in their own communities.