Andy gave a series of lectures for ILO/UNESCO/University of Torino on the creative economy and policy for MA in “World Heritage at Work”/”Cultural Projects for Development” 13-14th September. Andy is a visiting professor on this programme which attracts international students engaged in policy and practice work for conservation bodies, especially the World Heritage Organisation. The programme is approved and sponsored by the ILO and UNESCO. Andy’s lectures drew upon work that he contributed to the UNCTAD ‘Creative Economy Report’ which focused on the development potential of the creative economy for the nations of the Global South, as well as those of the North. The UNCTAD report is being revised in a second edition due out later this year.