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Hundreds of languages disappeared from Latin America and the Caribbean over the past 500 years, and many of the more than 600 that have survived could face the same fate in the not-so-distant future.
A second major investigation into the Aboriginal art industry has been closed after it was unable to establish concrete evidence of fraud and misrepresentation.
The Department of Canadian Heritage entered into the exploration of Indigenous Knowledge and policy development with 2005s National Gatherings on Indigenous Knowledge.
The Minister for Culture and Communication and minister responsible for the region of Montreal, Line Beauchamp, and the minister of state for Indigenous Peoples Affairs, Geoffrey Kelley, announced financial assistance of $77,710 to support the management of Indigenous Peoples Community radios on the territory of Nord-du-Qubec.
Los Consejos de las Artes de Canada y de Australia le solicitaron a IFACCA, desarrollar una base de datos de organizaciones (con operacin nacional o internacional) que apoyen actividades artsticas indgenas. La base da datos ser un invaluale recurso, as como una herramienta para estimular el intercambio de informacin y el turismo internacional. IFACCA acept compilar la base de datos pero necesita su ayuda apara comenzar. Estaremos muy agradecidos si responde las preguntas acqu. Agradeceramos recibir su respuesta a ms tardar el Lunes, 9 de mayo de 2005. Si conoce otra persona que puede ayudarnos, por favor reenviarles este mensaje.
The Canada Council and the Australia Council have asked IFACCA to develop a database of national and international organisations that support Indigenous arts activity. The database will be a resource for encouraging information sharing, cultural exchange and international touring of Indigenous arts. IFACCA has agreed to compile the database, but we need your help to get started. If you can help, please take a few minutes to answer the questions on the D'Art question and return to IFACCA by email or fax. If you know of someone else who can help, please forward this request on to them. The deadline for responses is 9 May 2005.