World Cities Culture Forum
Part of: GS Prelims and GS – II – International
- The World Cities Culture Forum is a network of local governments and cultural sector leaders from 40 world cities.
- The World Cities Culture Forum was established in London in 2012 with eight cities (London, New York City, Tokyo, Shanghai, Paris, Istanbul, Sydney and Johannesburg) convened by the Mayor of London.
- The WCCF enables the policy makers of member cities to share research and intelligence, while exploring the vital role of culture in prosperity. Forum members collaborate via a program of events including themed symposia, regional summits and workshops.
- The World Cities Culture report is published by the forum every three years, with data and details on innovative projects from cities across the world.