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The establishment of a charter to protect the rights of working artists in Scotland is to be promoted by the Scottish Arts Council.
The European Union official in charge of enlargement says Turkey has made a start in granting cultural rights to its Kurdish minority, but says it must go further.
New funding contracts for remote Aboriginal art centres carry a first-time recognition by the Australian Government of special Aboriginal intellectual property rights.
A 'Right to Art' is enshrined in the 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. But what does it mean in the contemporary world?
The launch of a long-promised review of Scotland’s arts policy has been delayed to reflect better the First Minister’s new agenda for "cultural rights". A consultation document, originally due to be published earlier this month, is being rewritten to "fully reflect" the themes of Jack McConnell’s St Andrew’s Day speech, officials say.
Sarah Owen-Vandersluis critically examines approaches to cultural policy within the global economy.