Articles from Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)

Government invests £85m to double coronavirus charity fundraising

The Government will boost the fundraising efforts of funders and philanthropists by doubling the money going to charities in England, Culture Secretary @OliverDowden announced today (18 July).

Business events and conferences given go ahead to resume from 1 October

Business events and conferences will be permitted to resume from 1 October provided rates of infection remain at current levels

Charities receive over £32 million from dormant trusts

@ChtyCommission and @UKCF_tweets call for more charities to join programme to release charity money, as future funding announced by DCMS

New online tool to involve young people in policy making

‘Involved’ Instagram page will use polls and stories to hear views of 13 to 25-year-olds

£112bn Creative Industries are now bigger than UK Life Sciences, Aerospace and Automotive sectors combined

#CogX2020 - Caroline Dinenage's (@Cj_Dinenage) keynote speech @Cognition_X #Createch #Virtual Stage  This is the keynote speech delivered by Caroline Dinenage, Creative Industries Minister, at the virtual Createch Stage as part of CogX 2020: