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The Jiwaka culture and tourism sector has welcomed the new Minister Emil Tammur over his appointment and the ministry’s efforts to revive dying cultures in the country.
On the occasion of the 12th Festival of Pacific Arts in Guam, the urgent need for investment in human resources in the Pacific’s culture sector was discussed. This week, the 27th Council of Pacific Arts and Culture Meeting looked at ways to preserve and promote culture.
The Board of the Pacific Islands Museums Association (PIMA) recently appointed its new President Joseph Artero-Cameron, to lead them for the next three years. His appointment is timely as PIMA gears itself towards the 12th Festival of Pacific Arts to be held in Guam in 2016.
A three day meeting of Pacific Heads of Intellectual Property (IP), was officially opened by Commerce and Industry Minister, Gabriel Kapris yesterday at the Crowne Plaza Hotel to discuss Regional Mechanism for Trademark Administration.
Papua New Guinea is prepared to challenge United States institutions and individuals in international court over millions of kina worth of stolen artifacts and national cultural property rights, Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Charles Abel said.
PNG's government agencies have started in earnest preparations for ratification of the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage.