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A new online resource has been launched that will review the successes and obstacles of the mobility of artists in Europe.
In order to protect artists rights to mobility, and in reaction to the ongoing multiplication of incidents at the European Union borders, the Schengen Opera Collective and its 70 companions ask you to join them by signing the online petition just launched.
Japanese manga, animation and music, with their growing global popularity, will be used as new ways to promote Japan's diplomacy, local media reported Monday.
The Literature Committee of the Danish Arts Council has announced support to enable two Danish writers to take up artists' residencies in New York.
The appointment of Karen Hughes, one of President Bush's closest advisers, as undersecretary of state for public diplomacy signals the administration's recognition of the importance of repairing America's image around the globe, especially in the Arab world.
The Council on the Promotion of Cultural Diplomacy, established in December last year by Prime Minister Koizumi to advise on how Japanese culture should be promoted overseas, has compiled and delivered its initial report.