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The Australia-ASEAN Council 2023-24 grants round is now open for applications. The round will close at 11.30pm (AEDT) on Sunday 17 December 2023. The grants program aims to build people-to-people, institutional and business connections between Australia and Southeast Asia.
The Albanese government is set to create a copyright and AI reference group to help protect the creative, media and technology sectors (amongst others) from potential AI threats.
The Albanese Labor Government welcomes today’s return of 14 First Nations ancestors from The Smithsonian’s, National Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C. Seven ancestors will be returned to their respective Traditional Custodians from the Ngarrindjeri (South Australia), Eastern Maar (Victoria) and Yawuru (Western Australia) communities.
Cook Islands Māori language and traditions are gradually disappearing and must be addressed to ensure the foundations and the knowledge of ‘who we are’ thrives for future generations, says Cook Islands cultural advisor, Tumu Korero, Raemaki Temaeva Karati.
Professional associations covering artists, authors and publishers have hit out at calls by big tech firms for Australia to water down its copyright law, and to allow for cheap or free access to protected works and data. They have also warned against Australia ceding too much power to international regulators on copyright, a scenario that big tech is promoting.
Creative New Zealand today announced its new programmes for 2024. The eight new funding and support opportunities are tailored to three distinct groups: early career artists, artists and practitioners, and arts groups and organisations and will replace the existing contestable grants programme.