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Sweden/ 9. Sources and Links  

9.2 Key organisations and portals

Cultural policy making bodies

The Ministry of Culture

The Minstry of Education and Research

The Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communication  

The Swedish Arts Council / Statens kulturråd

The National Heritage Board (Riksantikvarieämbetet)

The Swedish Agency for Cultural Analysis (Myndigheten för kulturanalys)

The Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (Sveriges kommuner och landsting)

Professional associations

Artistic and Literary Professionals' Union / KLYS

Grant-giving bodies

The Art Grants Committee / Konstnärsnämnden

The National Council for Adult Education / Folkbildningsrådet

The National Handicraft Council / Hemslöjdsnämnden

The National Public Arts Council / Konstrådet

The Press Subsidies Commission / SvenskaPresstödsnämnden

The Swedish Authors Fund / Svenska Författarfonden

The Swedish Film Institute / Filminstitutet

The Swedish Institute / Svenska institutet

The Swedish Visual Artists Fund / Bildkonstnärsfonden / Konstnärsnämnden

Cultural research and statistics

ABM. Department for Archive, Library, Information and Museum Sciences, Uppsala University

ACSIS. Advanced Cultural Studies Institute of Sweden

Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation

CCE. Centre for Cultural Economy, University College of Kalmar

Centre for Cultural Policy Research, University College of Borås

Department of Conservation, Gothenburg University

Department of Culture and Media, Umeå University

Department for Culture Studies, Linköping University

Division of the Sociology of Literature, Department of Literature, Uppsala University

ETOUR. European Tourism Research Institute, Mid Sweden University

Nodicom Sweden. Nordic Information Centre for Media and Communication Research, Gothenburg University

School of Arts and Communication -K3, University College of Malmö

Statistics Sweden / Statistiska centralbyrån

Chapter published: 16-05-2017

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