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Creating and performing music professionally always required physical and psychological resilience. Today, the context is aggravated by the recent COVID-19 crisis and by the necessity to acquire new digital and business skills that put extra pressure on music sector professionals.
A new initiative delivering arts projects in communities throughout Glasgow will benefit local people and their areas.
The federal government has established its First Nations Digital Inclusion Advisory Group to close the digital divide for First Nations Australians.
The UK theatre industry joins the film and TV sectors in expressing support for the CIISA, with music expected to follow suit in the coming months.
La vicepresidenta segunda del Gobierno y ministra de Trabajo y Economía Social, Yolanda Díaz, junto con el ministro de Cultura y Deporte, Miquel Iceta, y el ministro de Inclusión, Seguridad Social y Migraciones, José Luis Escrivá, ha participado en un encuentro con responsables de los colectivos de personas dedicadas a las actividades artísticas para debatir sobre los avances en sus prestaciones por desempleo y en las coberturas sociales.
“I know the need and I want to ensure that it's done,” declared Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange, as her ministry took a major step towards establishing an insurance programme for entertainment, culture and creative industries practitioners.