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On 14 September 1972, Hana Te Hemara along with members of Ngā Tamatoa, the Te Reo Māori Society, kaumātua and supporting groups presented a petition of over 30,000 signatures to parliament calling on the Government to prioritise the revitalisation of Te Reo Māori. In recognition of that movement, the whānau and iwi of Hana Te Hemara have created I Am Hana a programme of community education and arts activity.
People-centred cultural governance calls for meaningful engagement by governments with the communities they serve through nurturing safe spaces for civic participation...
Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Jivan Ram Shrestha has pledged to amend policies related to culture for the preservation of the language and culture of the country.
Nepal's Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said language, literature, culture and drama are the treasures of a nation.
Wales has embarked on a year of listening to indigenous languages and the land. Led by Wales Arts International, the international agency of Arts Council of Wales, and supported by the Welsh Government, Gwrando is a theme for the first year of the UN Decade of Indigenous Languages in Wales and is focused on nurturing the art of listening to endangered languages and communities and to engage with the wisdoms they carry about protecting the land they inhabit.
A new partnership has been announced between the National Centre for Learning Welsh and the Arts Council of Wales, including the appointment of a Learn Welsh Coordinator by the Council.