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The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) has released the dates for its regional seminars on limitations and exceptions to copyright with a focus on libraries, archives, museums and educational and research institutions.
The current state of East Africa’s creative industry is usually discussed in the context of one word: potential.
UNESCO is supporting the Ministry of Muslim Affairs, Culture and Waqf Assets with the development of a national culture policy, which aims to harness the potential of cultural and creative industries, natural and cultural heritage, and intangible cultural heritage to contribute to sustainable development in line with Djibouti’s Vision 2035, African Union’s Agenda 2063 and United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
The Chinese government on Thursday officially handed over a modern international culture and language centre worth over Sh1.09 billion to the Kenyatta University.
The African continent is the biggest market source for Kenya's international tourists, latest government statistics show, beating top traditional sources of US and Europe.
Kenya's tourism is set to turn a new page after a group of talented British professional Euro-African vocals were flagged off at the Kenya High commission in London.