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Director's statement For the world’s population, 2020 was a year like no other. Covid 19 impacted immediately and severely on the arts profession, and the livelihoods of artists, art workers and arts organisations faced unprecedented challenges.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Anupama Sekhar as IFACCA’s Director of Policy and Engagement. Anupama brings extensive experience in arts and cultural policy...
The Arts Council plans to produce a Music Policy and Strategy in 2022 to guide its decision-making in relation to music, and has begun a process of widespread consultation to inform its development.
From 27 November to 2 December 2021, the Angolan capital will host the second edition of the Luanda Biennale – the Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace. Organised in partnership between UNESCO, the Angolan government and the African Union, the Biennale aims to promote the prevention of violence and the resolution of conflicts, by encouraging cultural exchanges in Africa, dialogue between generations and the promotion of gender equality.
Audrey Azoulay, Directora General de la UNESCO, presentó el jueves la primera norma mundial sobre la ética de la inteligencia artificial, adoptada por los Estados Miembros de la UNESCO en la Conferencia General. Audrey Azoulay, Directora General de la UNESCO, presentó el jueves la primera norma mundial sobre la ética de la inteligencia artificial, adoptada por los Estados Miembros de la UNESCO en la Conferencia General. Este texto histórico establece valores y principios comunes que guiarán la construcción de la infraestructura jurídica necesaria para garantizar un desarrollo saludable de la IA.
Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO presented Thursday the first ever global standard on the ethics of artificial intelligence adopted by the member states of UNESCO at the General Conference. This historical text defines the common values and principles which will guide the construction of the necessary legal infrastructure to ensure the healthy development of AI.