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ICCPR 2020 invites participants to present papers from across the entire spectrum of cultural policy studies.
Prime Minister Abe reiterated Japan’s support to UNESCO and expressed that Japan will actively cooperate with the organization on areas such as education, culture, artificial intelligence, Disaster Risk Reduction and education for sustainable development, in particular as regards Africa’s development.
The culture ministers of Japan, China and South Korea on Friday adopted a declaration calling for the promotion of cultural exchanges among them despite tense Tokyo-Seoul ties due to trade and wartime labor issues.
Arts Council Tokyo (ACT) and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government are carrying out various cultural programs ahead of Tokyo 2020 as Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL to bring excitement to this once in a life time event. As part of this effort, Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL Grant will provide support to variety of projects delivered by cultural/artistic organizations to enrich the Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL program line-up.
Imagine this. While listening to your favorite song, you search the web for the lyrics, copy a few lines, and post them to your social media accounts. You love the song so much, you want to share it with others. It’s harmless fun, right? But would doing so make you a criminal?
Imagine this. While listening to your favorite song, you search the web for the lyrics, copy a few lines, and post them to your social media accounts.