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The Slovenian parliament passed a new bill providing 122.6 m EUR in additional funds for arts and culture for the period of 2021 – 2027, an average of 17.5 m EUR each year, for seven years.
The second instalment of Creative Forum Ljubljana will be under way tomorrow, bearing the title of Creative Capital United. Focusing on the Western Balkans and the Southern Mediterranean, the event will unite more than 200 participants from 20 countries in an effort to strengthen ties in support of the creative economy.
Today, a workshop was held at the Ministry of Culture to discuss examples of good tendering practices, shortcomings in tendering concepts and procedures, and possible solutions to them, by representatives of the self-employed in culture, non-governmental organizations, public institutions and the ministry.
The draft amendment of the Media Act is in public debate on June 28, 2019, to be opened by the end of August.
From Monday, June 10, 2019, until Wednesday, June 19, 2019, presentations are held at the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia in front of the expert commission of applicants who have submitted an application to the public tender "Promoting creative cultural industries - Center for Creativity 2019".
Minister of Culture mag. Zoran Poznic is in Brussels with the delegation, where the Council of Ministers of Education, Youth, Culture and Sport is taking place. At the meeting, the ministers adopted, among other things, Council conclusions on young creative generations and Council conclusions on improving the cross-border movement of European works with an emphasis on co-productions.