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At a time when the cultural sector is being severely impacted by the health crisis, the Minister of Culture presented, on Wednesday 6 May, the exceptional measures announced by the President of the Republic to protect cultural actors.
French president Emmanuel Macron promised guaranteed stipends for out-of-work actors and money for filmmakers whose productions have been cancelled, as part of a bailout for an arts industry shut down by the coronavirus.
For people with disabilities, online resources often represent a particularly valuable opportunity to access culture. This is why the #culturecheznous platform has given pride of place to this specific offer, which is destined to become a permanent feature.
France's competition regulator said Thursday that Google must start paying media groups for displaying their content, ordering it to begin negotiations after refusing for months to comply with Europe's new digital copyright law.
Muriel Pénicaud, Minister of Labor, and Franck Riester, Minister of Culture, announce exceptional measures to support intermittent workers and employees in the cultural sector in the context of the health crisis.
The cultural sector is particularly affected by the spread of the Covid-19 virus. The Ministry of Culture has set up an information unit intended to help professionals.