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Papers are invited on a wide range of topics relating to gender and human security, women, science and development, the interconnections between gender equality and sustainable development, the contribution of women's knowledge from indigenous knowledge to new information and communication technologies, and topics relevant to gender equality as both a core human right and development goal for the Pacific region.
La direccin Nacional de Cultura junto con la direccin de Derechos Humanos presentarn un proyecto de Ley por el cual se procurar garantizar los derechos culturales de todas las personas, incluso de quienes se encuentren privados de libertad, con alguna incapacidad mental o, en situacin de calle.
In this report, the Special Rapporteur addresses the multi-faceted ways in which the right to the freedom in dispensable for artistic expression and creativity may be curtailed.
A public version of a strategic document commissioned by the ARJ (Arts Human Rights, Social Justice Working Group) of the Access to Culture Platform is now available online.
This report focuses on artistic freedom to respond to the needs of the ARJ Working Group (The Working Group on Arts, Human Rights and Social Justice).
Who owns public art illegally placed onto private buildings? That's a question that came up recently after a famous Banksy work in London was ripped out of the side of a building, shipped across the Atlantic, and put up for auction with an estimated final price of over half a million dollars.