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November 02, 2019 Saturday 11:51:45 AM IST

Mumbai, Hyderabad Become Members of UNESCO Creative Cities Network

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UNESCO has designated Mumbai as a member of UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) in the field of FILM and Hyderabad in the field of GASTRONOMY.  UCCN,created in 2004, is a network of cities which are thriving, active centres of cultural activities in their respective countries. The UNESCO Creative Cities Network now counts a total of 246 cities. The member cities that form part of the Network come from all continents and regions with different income levels and populations. They work together towards a common mission: placing creativity and the creative economy at the core of their urban development plans to make cities safe, resilient, inclusive and sustainable, in line with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

 The 7 categories for recognition under UCCN are as follows-
-Crafts and Folk Arts 
-Design 
-Film 
-Gastronomy 
-Music 
-Media Arts 
-Literature
Previously, 3 Indian cities were recognized as members of UCCN,namely- 
-Jaipur-Crafts and Folk Arts(2015) 
-Varanasi-Creative city of Music (2015) 
-Chennai-Creative city of Music(2017)
Culture Minister Shri Prahlad Singh Patel has congratulated the people of Mumbai and Hyderabad for this unique distinction. Ministry of Culture is the nodal Ministry of Government of India for all matters in UNESCO relating to culture.



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