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Yasher Gusseinly, Director of the Division for Cooperation with International Organisations and Programs under the Department of International Relations and Cultural Programs of Azerbaijan Ministry of Culture and Tourismconsiders that culture will become one of the essential uniting factors that will foster friendship and neighbourhood relations between the member-countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States.
The European Cultural Foundation (ECF) has been working for European integration through arts and culture for more than five decades. Its goal is a truly inclusive Europe - a living and working space that fully embraces cultural diversity, making the most of the opportunities which this diversity offers. They are now appealing for support.
Visiting Arts, in partnership with the Scottish Arts Council (SAC), hosted an event for cultural diplomats based in the UK to receive a briefing from members of Scottish Government, SAC and three major Scottish arts organisations.
The National Heritage Board (NHB) today signed three memorandums of understanding (MOU) which sealed a new framework of enhanced support for three community heritage institutions the Malay Heritage Centre (MHC), the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSNMH) and the upcoming Indian Heritage Centre (IHC).
The Ministry of Education has allocated a 100,000 euro appropriation for art projects promoting multiculturalism and intercultural interaction to be implemented during 2009.
The United Nations' Population Fund (UNFPA) presented its new State of the Wold Population 2008 report on 12 November. The report states that culture is a central component of successful development of poor countries, and must be integrated into development policy and programming.