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Con el apoyo de la Secretaría Nacional de Cultura (SNC) y bajo el lema “Promoviendo el desarrollo y la cooperación”, este jueves se realizó el I Taller sobre Rutas e Itinerarios Culturales, en la ciudad de Encarnación, Itapúa, una iniciativa de la Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (OEI), a través de su Programa de Cooperación Interinstitucional en Rutas e Itinerarios Culturales, en colaboración con la Secretaría Nacional de Turismo de Paraguay (SENATUR) y con el apoyo de ICOMOS Paraguay, ICOMOS España, la Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (AECID) y el Instituto Europeo de Itinerarios Culturales (IEIC).
The Government and the Creative Industries Council have published their vision for the creative industries. It sets out how the public and private sectors will work together to help the creative industries – including the cultural sector - grow and contribute to the UK’s economy.
On a mission to Beirut almost 3 years after the deadly port explosions, UNESCO Director of Culture and Emergencies Krista Pikkat announced the financing of US$ 100,000 in support of the cultural and creative industries outside the Lebanese Capital. The investment in the vital sector is made through UNESCO Heritage Emergency Fund, a multi-donor mechanism established in 2015 to enable rapid response to protect culture in emergency.
Ministers of culture and heads of delegations from African countries, unanimously agreed to establish frameworks for enhancing cultural cooperation among African states and to deliberate on the necessary mechanisms for the development of common cultural efforts which will benefit, both present and future.
More than $7.2 million in grants has been made available for 32 projects aimed at rebuilding flood damaged arts, culture and recreation infrastructure assets in five Local Government Areas impacted by floods in February last year. The Arts and Culture Priority Needs Grants Program, jointly funded by the Commonwealth and NSW Governments under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements, offers funding between $5,000 and $500,000 as part of the broader Community Local Infrastructure Recovery Package (CLIRP).
Crowdfunder teamed up with Creative Scotland to launch a fundraising competition to provide an extra boost for creative projects in Scotland.