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La Secretaría Nacional de Cultura (SNC) y la Secretaría Nacional de Turismo (Senatur), con el acompañamiento de la UNESCO, instalaron en la mañana de este jueves el “Escudo Azul” en las Misiones Jesuíticas de la Santísima Trinidad del Paraná y de Jesús de Tavarangue, departamento de Itapúa.
Today, as part of President Biden’s National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism, eight federal agencies clarified—for the first time in writing—that Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits certain forms of antisemitic, Islamophobic, and related forms of discrimination in federally funded programs and activities. These wide-ranging protections provide important tools to curb discrimination based on shared ancestry or ethnic characteristics and to better protect the civil rights of all Americans.
At the end of August, the Culture, Media and Sport Committee (""Committee"") published a report called ""Connected tech: AI and creative technology"" that explores the impact of the development of AI on the UK's creative industries. The Committee is appointed by the House of Commons to scrutinise the spending and policy decisions of DCMS and its associated public bodies.
Putre, Huara, Pica, Concepción, Cañete, Quemchi, Ancud, Fresia, Calbuco y Punta Arenas fueron las comunas que albergaron las primeras reuniones de la Consulta Previa Indígena y Afrodescendiente para la nueva Legislación Patrimonial, proceso que está desarrollando el Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio a través del Servicio Nacional del Patrimonio Cultural.
Federal commissioners and Congress members are seeking to update the Indian Arts and Crafts Act (IACA), a law that aims to protect the work of Native artists and artisans by establishing standards for craft authenticity and by imposing criminal penalties for counterfeit Native American goods, a persistent and growing issue for Native artists whose livelihoods depend on their practices. However, some Native American tribal members are concerned that the proposed revisions are overly broad and may unravel important existing protections.
Launching a youth card and a bill to regulate the status of artists in addition to overseeing the completion of the construction of the New Cyprus Museum are the priorities for Deputy Minister of Culture, Vasiliki Kassianidou.