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Jul 17, 2017
Creative Industries Federation launches drive to support important freelance workforce
A new Federation report, Creative Freelancers, draws on evidence from 700 freelancers and around 50 organisations that use them to demonstrate who these workers are and what they do for the fastest growing sector of the British economy. The actress Imelda Staunton supported the new initiative by speaking of her personal experience of being a freelance at an event at the National Theatre in London.
Jun 09, 2017
Federation statement on the general election
John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation said: “Today’s result raises concerns about the political stability of the UK in the short term. One thing is beyond doubt, however: Theresa May has seen that there is no clear mandate for the government to negotiate a hard Brexit.
Jun 08, 2017
Prepare for Brexit - Federation announces new programme
The Federation will work tirelessly with the new government to lead the sector through what will be the most dramatic period of political change in a generation. The next 12 months will be critical as the UK prepares to leave the EU and forge a different relationship with the world.
Jun 05, 2017
New Federation survey: UK creative industries employ high numbers of EU workers Brits cannot replace
The UK’s creative industries employ high numbers of European workers who cannot be replaced by British staff, a new survey of Creative Industries Federation members has revealed. The snapshot of the creative workforce suggests cutting immigration will damage the fastest growing part of the British economy.
Apr 25, 2017
Creative Industries Federation launches election manifesto
The Creative Industries Federation - the body for the UK's creative industries, arts and cultural education - today launches its election manifesto. The document is being distributed to all political parties and to Federation members today. Please get in touch if you have any queries.
Apr 15, 2017
The Creative Industries Federation unveils a blueprint for UK economic growth
Federation chief executive John Kampfner calls for a transformation in government thinking to recognise the creative industries are at least as important to the future economic success of the country as traditional industries such as automotive and oil and gas.
Mar 08, 2017
Creative Industries Federation response to the Budget
John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation, said: “The Budget rightly recognised the need for an education system fit for the economic challenges of the 21st century but the devil will be in the detail of the new T-levels.
Feb 24, 2017
Because the night - why what happens after dark matters to the creative industries
The Creative Industries Federation and Night Time Industries Association have joined forces to highlight how a thriving night scene contributes to the vibrancy and success of the wider creative sector.The Federation today (FRIDAY) releases a paper, ‘Because the night - why what happens after dark matters to the creative industries,’ which highlights the business case for local authorities - and government at all levels - to understand and support night-time industries.
Feb 08, 2017
Response to New Schools Network report 'The Two Cultures: Do schools have to choose between the EBacc and the arts?'
The message that a creative education is a good education is one in which we passionately believe. Strong support across government departments for arts subjects in schools is to be welcomed.
Jan 23, 2017
The Federation welcomes the creative industries as a key government sector
We warmly welcome the inclusion of the creative industries as one of the five key sectors recognised in the government’s industrial strategy consultation announced today. This is a radical departure, secured only in the last few months, and is potentially the sign of a new bold and imaginative understanding of business in the 21st century.
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