Manatū Taonga LTIB Feedback: What are the components of an impactful and sustainable cultural sector into the future?
Opened: 27 August 2021
Closed 26 November 2021
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Manatū Taonga is developing a Long-Term Insights Briefing (LTIB) which looks to understand ‘what are the components of an impactful and sustainable cultural sector into the future?’
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 work will help us collectively to think about and plan for the future, and will identify and explore the long-term issues that matter for the future wellbeing of people in New Zealand.
For more information on the long-term insights briefings process, visit the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
LTIB discussion document
The focus of the first LTIB is on the topic of cultural sector infrastructure – the physical, social, and dynamic components of the cultural sector that enable delivery and outcomes.
The purpose of this consultation document is to seek your insight and input on this subject and to seek your feedback on several key questions.
The future focus of this work is intended to help Manatū Taonga identify and test assumptions that are influencing how policy issues are being considered; explore beyond the assumed future to consider a much wider range of possible contexts; generate new insights into possible future developments; and reduce risk by developing policy that is more resilient to changing conditions and takes advantage of new opportunities.
The first consultation closed on 26 November 2021. We will publish on our website summary of key themes in the feedback received.
The results will be used to shape the content and detail of the draft LTIB. The draft briefing will then be made available in the second stage of consultation to provide feedback.
The final briefing will be available to the public to be used as a resource and evidence base.
If you have any questions please contact [email protected]
Updated on 26th November 2021