First published on Fri, November 18, 2011.
The Comittee for Culture, Arts and Leisure within the Northern Ireland Assembly have launched an inquiry into the creative industries. The investigation will look into the economic potential of the creative industries in Northern Ireland, with 31,000 people already employed within these industries.
The report will aim to highlight gaps in currrent policies and strategies and examine whether there is effective collaboration across government, businesses and other partners. It will also examine the key challenges facing the creative industries in Northern Ireland.
Recognition for the value of the creative and cultural industries in Northern Ireland is becoming more apparent, and this inquiry may form an important part of future policy plans for the country.
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