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As a key part of bringing the South Australian Multicultural Act 2021 to life for all South Australians, the first Multicultural Charter acknowledges our state’s culturally diverse history and provides six principles to promote a unified, harmonious, and inclusive South Australian community that values, respects and supports diversity.
La norma equiparará el Teatro Real a otras grandes instituciones culturales de España que también cuentan con una ley propia: el Museo Nacional del Prado, el Reina Sofía y la Biblioteca Nacional de España
The “Outline on Vietnamese Culture” 1945, drafted by Party General Secretary Truong Chinh has created a consensus in awareness and ideology of culture among people, especially intellectuals and artists, and encouraged people’s patriotism and devotion for the revolution, thus becoming a torch lighting the way for the development of a new culture, President of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (HCMA) and Chairman of the Central Theory Council Nguyen Xuan Thang.
Representatives of EU Member States and the European Commission at official level, NGOs and other representatives gathered for two days on one of our most important cultural policy issues: On the freedom to create.
The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, has today signed a Ministerial Order which will establish Coimisiún na Meán on a statutory basis with effect from 15 March 2023.
Barbados became the 118th country to adhere to the Marrakesh Treaty, which helps the blind, visually impaired or people with other disabilities, to access published works in libraries.