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8. Creativity and Culture

8.10 Current debates and reforms

Last update: 28 November 2023

Forthcoming policy developments

Culture Pass

The government has launched an application dedicated to culture that is currently being tested.  Its generalisation will be a major budget item for 2023.

See Pass Culture – in 8.7 Fostering the creative use of new technologies

Ongoing debates


Paris 2024 olympic and paralympic games

The approach of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games is an opportunity not only to showcase French culture, but also to democratise culture and sport for young people through the broad public that the event is intended to reach.

As part of the Cultural Olympiad implemented by the Paris 2024 Committee, several calls for projects have been issued for the organisation of local cultural and sporting activities and events. A call for projects entitled "Associated artists and sportspeople" was issued in 2022, offering artists from the Paris region the opportunity to take part in artistic residencies in sports environments, including youth sports clubs.


Education to media and information

The Ministry in charge of Culture supports media and information literacy, which is one of the pillars of a policy of education and analysis for understanding a cultural ecosystem that is being digitised.

Media and information education (EMI) has been extended to all school classes by January 2022. To implement these guidelines, the education services rely on CLEMI, the centre for media and information education.