We’re delighted to share our inaugural Long-term Insights Briefing, which considers the question: into the future, what are some of the key areas that will influence the vibrancy and resilience of the cultural sector ecosystem?
Over 150 organisations and individuals connected to, or with an interest in, the arts, culture and heritage sector provided valuable input and feedback into the development of the Briefing, and we acknowledge all those who have been so generous with their time, insights and perspectives.
Long-term Insights Briefings provide a dedicated space for public reflection and reimaging of our future development as a modern Pacific nation – and we’re excited to see arts, culture and heritage continue to play a fundamental role in positively shaping our sense of identity and place in the world.
The briefing explores five key areas:
Te Ao Māori
Considering the future of the sector where Te Ao Māori is woven throughout the cultural sector while supporting mana Motuhake, including implications of co-governance.
Funding, investment and value
Shifting how investment is made in the sector and how value is understood and realised.
Understanding the impacts of projected demographic changes as Aotearoa New Zealand becomes more diverse, including shifts in specific population groups and our sense of identity and place in the world
Realising the opportunities created by rapidly changing digital tools and platforms, and considering the broader economic and legal implications including in relation to the global marketplace.
Fostering a more sustainable sector and the opportunities within the sector to positively impact climate change.
Thanks for your interest in Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage's LTIB. Both rounds of consultation have now closed, and the final document has been tabled in the House of Representatives
The Briefing will be considered by Select Committee later this year.
Background to the Long-Term Insights Briefing
Manatū Taonga has developed a Long-Term Insights Briefing (LTIB) which looks to understand what some of the key areas are that will influence the vibrancy and resilience of the cultural sector ecosystem.
The LTIB is a way for the public to contribute meaningfully on what matters the most for the future of New Zealand. It uses a futures lens to help understand the drivers of change and the long-term issues or challenges shaping the future development of policy.
The LTIB process helps us collectively think about and plan for the future, and identify and explore long-term issues that matter for the future wellbeing of people in New Zealand.
For more information on the long-term insights briefing process, visit the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
How we engaged
Through a public survey, a series of online workshops and written submissions from September to December 2021, we received feedback from over 150 sector stakeholders and organisations. Following this consultation, we analysed the feedback to identify key themes.
The following document provides a high-level summary of the themes.
To support these discussions, the following factsheets were produced to act as a prompt. These factsheets were provided to participants in advance of the engagement workshops, and show a sample of some of what we had heard from earlier engagement, some wider domestic and international examples related to the focus areas, and scenarios to support a futures-focused conversation.
Updated on 1st February 2023