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The cultural Initiatives Support Programme has been launched in Accra as a first call for proposal for activities and initiatives that enhance Ghana’s cultural sector. The programme is a three-year initiative under which the European Union has provided Ghana with a €2m grant to support the cultural sector.
Individuals and organizations involved in cultural activities will benefit from a €2m grant by the EU government to support culture and the arts in Ghana.
It is very necessary for a society or country to concern itself seriously with the kind of music that is composed by its musical artistes for public consumption.
While some cultural practices and norms are beautiful to behold, it is criminal to accept abuses disguised as culture.
The Ghana Cultural Fund is governed by a framework between the Royal Danish Embassy in Ghana and the Danish Centre for Culture and Development in Denmark.
Mr. Brian Mikkelsen, Denmark Minister of Culture on Tuesday said his country would support Ghana’s cultural development since the two countries shared close cultural and historical relationships dated over 350 years.