Philippines Creative Cities Manifesto

By LCP Secretariat
October 12, 2021 - Quezon City

The Philippine Creative Cities Network (PCCN) initiative is a unified proponent for the importance of creativity in various aspects of nation-building. It was designed to improve the able representation of the country in the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) and to harness the potential of the creative industries in facilitating economic recovery amidst the pandemic.


The nine-point manifesto below outlines the core tenets and intents of the PCCN to nurture and leverage the country's cultural and creative industry. 


We encourage our member-cities to sign the Creative Cities Manifesto and become part of this network.



<<Click here to download Creative Cities Manifesto>>

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