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The Arts Council of Korea has published a report on the results of the 2020 Human Rights Impact Assessment on the website (arko.or.kr).
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Interactive dialogue with: Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic is a cataclysm for cultural rights, threatening a global “cultural catastrophe” with severe, long-lasting consequences for human rights if effective action is not taken immediately. In the present report, the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights surveys the negative impacts of COVID-19 on culture and cultural rights worldwide, and the positive potential of culture and cultural rights, and the right to science, to enhance rights-respecting solutions and build resilience. The report also contains relevant recommendations for action.
Arts Council Korea announced on the 27th that it held a joint declaration ceremony for ethics and human rights in cooperation with three public institutions in the field of culture. The declaration was designed to spread the value of ethics and human rights to cultural and artistic sites and to actively fulfill the social responsibilities of public institutions.
Six national education and training bases on human rights were set up in China recently, bringing the total number of such bases to 14.