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Speaking as he officially opened a four-day conference for Africa’s heads of copyright offices at Boma Hotel in Nairobi, yesterday, the AG said his office was in the process of ensuring that Kenya ratified all the international copyright treaties that it is a signatory to. The meeting is hosted by the Kenya Copyright Board and the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).
The Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mrs Barbara Oteng- Gyasi, has stated that government is committed to revamping the various Regional Cultural Centres Countrywide.
The Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mrs Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, has tasked the National Commission on Culture (NCC) and the Centres for National Culture (CNCs) to research into the country’s cultural practices and come out with findings on their positive and negative consequences.
In accordance with Section 57 of the National Centre for Arts and Culture (NCAC) Act, 2003 Cap 49:01, Volume 7, Laws of The Gambia, the National Centre for Arts and Culture, as part of its legal core mandate of promotion and protection of arts and culture, has urged all Radio and Television stations or similar media services in The Gambia to broadcast 70% of Gambian music in their stations.
Rwandans in the art creative sector might soon see a turnaround in their careers, thanks to a new project that is training at least 100 artists from different categories in the creative art industry, including, drama, visual arts, music, theatre and dance.
Cabinet has approved the National Intellectual Property (IP) Policy, the government spokesperson, Ofwono Opondo has revealed. The objective of the policy is to for stimulate innovation, creativity and attract foreign direct investments.