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Statistics Estonia published the results of a survey on participation in culture, which revealed that in 2020, 73.8% of Estonian residents aged 15 and older participated in cultural life.
Libraries are something that is often taken for granted. We are all used to just having them. It is therefore very gratifying that the Year of Libraries, which will begin in a few months' time, will bring libraries to the forefront of their concerns and joys and allow them to understand their role at the societal and community level.
The report "Towards a Common Architectural Culture - Investing in a High Quality Living Environment for All" proposes ways in which architecture and the wider built environment could be of better quality and what conditions it should meet. It emphasises the need for a culture-based approach to the living environment.
Today, 11 October at 3 pm, Minister of Culture Anneli Ott will present to the Riigikogu the development plan for the new period of culture “Cultural Development Plan 2021–2030” or “Culture 2030”. The development plan sets goals by areas and takes into account the consequences of the corona crisis, changing labour relations and the needs of balanced development of the creative sector.
Until 1 January 2022, amendments to the Creative Persons and Creative Associations Act will apply, which in 2021 relaxed the conditions for applying for creative support.
Today, 7 September, Minister of Culture Anneli Ott met with TALO, the Central Organization of Employees' Trade Unions. The salary perspective of cultural workers in 2022 was in question.