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Film workers and artists who are affected by COVID-19 will be receiving social assistance, in the form of food packages from the government.
The Ministry of Education and Culture’s Director General of Culture, Hilmar Farid, stated that the Ministry is preparing at least three countermeasure policies to aid workers in the creative industry affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indonesia’s government has submitted a bill to parliament aimed at protecting consumer data in the digital era, which includes punishment of up to seven years in jail for distribution of personal data without consent, a minister said on Tuesday.
Online streaming platform Netflix announced its partnership with the Education and Culture Ministry on Thursday.
Yogyakarta hosts the 15th ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting for Culture and Arts (ASEAN SOMCA) on 8 s.d. September 12, 2019. During the meeting ASEAN state officials in charge of the field of culture agreed to continue implementing a collaborative program in the arts and culture that was very effective in strengthening multilateral relations and cultural exchanges between ASEAN countries.
Indonesia is hosting the 15th ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting for Culture and Arts (SOMCA) and Related Meetings in Yogyakarta on September 9-12, 2019.