Priority has therefore been given to a range of measures for run-off and soil erosion control. One such measure, the use of stone bunds built on natural contour lines, has been promoted and supported by governments, NGOs, extension agents and farmers for more than 25 years and is now widely used in the Sahel. The best results are often achieved when contour stone bunds are used in combination with the planting of grass and trees on the contour lines.
The international financial crisis made conflicts of interest more intense, and the very survival of many arts institutions more challenging.
Recent social and political pressures eg migration, populism have further diverted attention and funding from arts organisations. In this complex context, the very nature of these institutions is called into question, because their core activities such as collecting, conserving, teaching, and interacting with the public depend enormously on the availability and management of increasingly constrained resources.
Processes of privatisation and managerialisation, as well as increased entrepreneurial activity, are often suggested as the solution for the survival of such entities — and, equally often, are challenged. Thus the aim of this workshop in Oxford is to provide a forum for ongoing dialogue between diverse and in some cases conflicting views on the management of arts organisations and cultural institutions.
Following the first five workshops London, January ; Bologna, DecemberSeptemberSeptemberDecemberpatterns and possible consequences of the variety of changes occurring in management practices will be presented, discussed and debated. A focus on international comparison is called for.
The idea is to bring together from various disciplines and contexts different perspectives on this interesting but under-represented intersection of humanities and management studies.
We encourage co-authoring by professionals and academics, as well as creative tools for presenting field research.
The following are some suggestions for possible topics to be proposed, without setting any limitation as to potential themes and perspectives: The impact of the financial crisis on arts organizations Human resource management in a new institutional context: In reality, who leads?
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