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The 10th Ibero-American Conference of Culture Ministers seeks to broaden the democratic access to culture and recognize the value of diversity.
The United States seeks to impose a dazzling and alienating colonial model disguised as global culture to convert us into a docile and obedient flock," said Rafael Bernal, Cuba’s vice minister of Culture in Havana on Monday.
Cuban officials who purged cultural circles in the 1960s and '70s have reappeared in public, causing outrage among the island's intellectuals and artists.
The arts are not always in a prominent place on the political agenda in Africa, Latin-America and Asia. Nevertheless, an increasing number of governments recognise the importance of culture in itself and in connection to social and economic development. Part sixteen in a series on cultural policy in non-Western countries.
The Cuban Culture Ministry is presenting the 5th International Congress on Culture and Development next year. The theme will be 'defending cultural diversity', with an extensive look at how culture is influenced by modernisation, globalisation, and politics.
A new web site has been launched on culture in the Caribbean created by Cuban artists and intellectuals and foreigners interested in the region´s roots and traditions.