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En el Festival Artístico Inclusivo habrá 84 eventos y actividades con la participación de más de 33 artistas de disciplinas artísticas como música, pintura, literatura, danza y circo social.
The federal government has established its First Nations Digital Inclusion Advisory Group to close the digital divide for First Nations Australians.
It is now only three and a half months until the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture in Stockholm, Sweden from 3-5 May 2023 that will address artistic freedom as a fundamental pillar of cultural policy and examine how we can – and why we should – safeguard artistic freedom.
The Ministry of Education and Culture has published the first bildung review, which provides an overview of development in the Ministry’s administrative branch over the past decades. The latest stage, which began in the 1990s, is characterised by a decline in the achieved learning outcomes, the plateauing of the rising level of education among Finns, as well as a gradual decrease in public input into education.
Senate President Pro Tempore Loren Legarda is pushing for increased participation and involvement of local government units (LGUs) in preserving Filipino heritage through cultural mapping.
Arts Council Korea (hereinafter referred to as the Arts Committee) has published a white paper on the activities of the Multidisciplinary Arts TF, which operated in 2022. The White Paper on the Activities of the Multidisciplinary Arts TF consists of an overview of the Multidisciplinary Arts TF, the progress of its activities, and suggestions for supporting multidisciplinary arts policies, and can be found in the www.arko.or.kr of the Arts Committee.