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La agencia policial contra el crimen, que coordina a 194 países, publica en la Red 52.000 bienes culturales extraídos o desaparecidos en el mundo.
The “creative economy” has become an essential part of the global economy during the past few years, as countries have realized the importance of knowledge-based industries. This includes
New Delhi : A two-day capacity building workshop focusing on the means to combat the illicit trafficking of cultural property in South Asia opened today at the UNESCO House,
As the future of Philippine exports rests a lot on service-based industries, including culture, an economist-lawmaker is pushing for the passage of the proposed Build, Build, Build for the Creative Industries Act.
The U.S. Senate has voted to confirm Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson as the 13th chair of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Dr. Jackson issued the following statement
About thirty specialists and technicians from museum institutions in Argentina, Bahamas, Belize, Cuba, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, and Trinidad and Tobago benefited from the Virtual Seminar “Strengthening the capacities