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Andrew Miller MBE has been announced as the UK Arts Access Champion; he will work alongside and support partner nations to create a UK-wide access scheme for the arts.
The federal government has established its First Nations Digital Inclusion Advisory Group to close the digital divide for First Nations Australians.
The proposed laws respectively address items looted during World War 2, human remains, and other looted objects, including those from the colonial era.
The UK theatre industry joins the film and TV sectors in expressing support for the CIISA, with music expected to follow suit in the coming months.
It is now only three and a half months until the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture in Stockholm, Sweden from 3-5 May 2023 that will address artistic freedom as a fundamental pillar of cultural policy and examine how we can – and why we should – safeguard artistic freedom.
In a “White Paper” launched on 21 December 2022, Avant-Garde Lawyers (AGL) called upon cultural institutions and cultural event organisers to respect the rights of Russian artists and to show leadership in defending the universal right to freedom of artistic expression without discrimination. The White Paper provides cultural institutions with information and analysis on the matter, highlighting concerns relating to the legality of these actions through the lens of fundamental rights as guaranteed under international law. It also provides recommendations on how they can avoid recourse to such damaging measures in the future. The White Paper is now available online.