About the vibrant and inclusive community public policy
This policy area aims to ensure that Islanders enjoy living in a vibrant and inclusive community.
Jersey has significant cultural and heritage assets. Arts, Culture, Heritage and Sport are key to reinforcing Jersey’s identity, international profile and attractiveness as a place to live, work and visit. Creative industries are also an important part of any successful modern economy.
Jersey has never been in a better position to move forward strategically in relation to Arts, Culture, Heritage, and Sport. New strategies for Arts, Heritage and Jèrriais, all published in 2022, have been met positively by the community.
- that Islanders enjoy living in a vibrant and inclusive community
- that Islanders engage in the public decisions that affect their Island
- quality of life in Jersey benefits from a thriving arts, culture and heritage sector
- quality of life in Jersey benefits from a thriving sports sector
The lead minister for economic development, tourism, sport and culture is
Heritagie and history
Arts and creativity
Strategies and policies
|Ministerial plan (page 17)
|Ministerial Plans set out a minister’s priorities in terms of projects, programmes and legislation.
|Economic Development, Tourism, Sport and Culture: Delivery plan
|Delivery Plans set out the activities that government departments will undertake to deliver on the minister’s priorities.
Provides a blueprint for the development of the arts in Jersey over the next five years.
A roadmap for the allocation of funding to strengthen our knowledge.
of Jersey's history and to encourage even more islanders to engage with our cultural, natural and built environments.
Connect Me and Closer to Home
Allows more people, including those who are socially excluded, to self-refer or be referred to non-clinical practical, emotional, and social support activities delivered in the community.
Island Identity Project