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An official government program that is helping to spread hip-hop culture across a vast nation of 185 million people.
A view of the World Culture Forum held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2006, from Felix Meritis Foundation Fellow Dragan Klaic.
The director of the SSC/SU (South-South Cooperation Special Unit), Yiping Zhou, stated yesterday (26) at the World Cultural Forum, that "the conventional form of thinking of business is not working.
So closely is copyright associated with the phrase "all rights reserved" that some people have difficulty imagining any other system. But an unusual global alliance of artists, scientists and lawyers have been working to forge a "creative commons" that allows artists to decide which rights they want to retain and which they would rather share.
In her opening address, iSummit 2006, Paulina Urrutia, Minister of Culture, Chile, stated that since the return to democracy Chile has developed a strong State policy to foster artistic and cultural creation.
Minister of Culture, Gilberto Gil, and the deputy minister of Foreign Relations of the United Kingdom, David Triesman, met in London on Tuesday to discuss the establishment of an International Center for the Creative Economy.