A new paper by CPD Research Fellow Deborah L. Trent on the participatory benefit of public-private partnerships.
Syrians’ Hajj pilgrimage to the sacred Islamic cities of Madinah and Makkah in Saudi Arabia has begun via Turkey. [...] “Seemingly small, people-centric policies will create big impacts for Turkey’s long-term engagement in the region.”
Cari Guittard's advice for how both state and non-state actors can connect with the public under the current president.
Children need space to grow and art plays a pivotal role in creating not just any space, but a creative and conducive space. [...] This year, for the first time, the National Gallery of Singapore is making it possible. In its first Gallery Children’s Biennale, Singapore is leading the way in Asia to create space for children through art. The exhibition targets young visitors and it is curated in such a way that aim to captivate the imagination of the young: making art fun, interactive and accessible.
A new article by Ilan Manor looks at the U.S. State Department's attempts at branding America.