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Industry body Artists Alliance is preparing to launch a new Code of Practice that ‘aims to build consistent, ethical practice among artists, dealers and gallery operators.’
Our latest D'Art query comes from researchers at Finland's Ministry of Education and the Arts Council of Finland. The researchers are investigating ethical issues in cultural policy, with a particular emphasis on cultural rights. They aim to analyse ethical aspects of cultural policy discourse and draw attention to the ethical choices made in cultural policy. View the full question here. If you can help, or know of someone else who can help, please email us. The deadline for responses is Friday 29 July 2005.
Focuses on the evolving concept of cultural rights and explores its potential effectiveness both in achieving social justice and advancing the rights claims of ethnic minorities, indigenous peoples and other cultural communities.
UNESCO has selected eight proposals for film productions for its new project promoting human rights and tolerance.