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We invite your feedback on our new draft inclusion (disability) action plan 2021–2025 by Monday 14 June.
El Ministerio de Cultura inauguró de manera virtual, el día martes 11 de mayo, la estrategia de participación ciudadana Defensores del Patrimonio Cultural, correspondiente al período 2021 - 2022, contando con la asistencia del ministro, Alejandro Neyra Sánchez.
As part of the presentation of individual segments of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, the Minister of Culture and Media, Ph.D. Nina Obuljen Koržinek and the Minister of Physical Planning, Construction and State Property Darko Horvat presented certain reform to the media today.
The Swedish Arts Council has, on behalf of the Government, investigated the conditions for a Reading Council. The answer has now been sent to the Ministry of Culture. The Swedish Arts Council proposes that the Reading Council be established as a special body within the authority, with collaboration over the policy areas.
On May 13, 2021, at the headquarters of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Ms. Nguyen Phuong Hoa - Director General, International Cooperation Department, worked with Mr. Jesus Lavina - Deputy Head of the Development Cooperation Department, The EU Delegation to Viet Nam discussed the European Union's (EU) Multi-Year Cooperation Program for the 2021-2027 period and Viet Nam-EU bilateral cooperation in the fields of culture, sports and tourism.
It finally happened: The next federal budget will include a refundable tax offset for videogame development. This is Australia’s only federal incentive for game development since the axing of Screen Australia’s Interactive Games Fund in 2014, and the country’s first federal tax incentive for game development ever. The policy has been announced as part of the Digital Economy Package, overseen by Superannuation, Financial Service and the Digital Economy Minister Hon Jane Hume MP.