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As a key part of bringing the South Australian Multicultural Act 2021 to life for all South Australians, the first Multicultural Charter acknowledges our state’s culturally diverse history and provides six principles to promote a unified, harmonious, and inclusive South Australian community that values, respects and supports diversity.
The new strategies reflect the creative ambitions of communities around the country which will be supported by the Creative Ireland Programme 2023-2027. There will be a greater focus on health and wellbeing, creative industries, climate action, the development of the Irish language and social sustainability. Priority will also be given to develop creative opportunities for marginalised communities and those at risk of disadvantage.
Public art has found a new form in Southampton that puts inclusivity and relevance at the front and centre. Together with the University of Southampton (UoS), John Hansard Gallery, has been co-developing a new public art strategy for the city by working on a nationally significant project ‘Co-creating the Public Space’ right in the heart of the city.
Como parte de los acuerdos de esta reunión se encuentra que la Región Centro se reunirá para revisar los proyectos culturales específicos en los que tendrán colaboración Entre los objetivos está la descentralización de la colaboración entre federación y estados, el diálogo, el intercambio y la participación interinstitucional
A new initiative delivering arts projects in communities throughout Glasgow will benefit local people and their areas.
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.