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A new bill proposed by Israel's Culture Minister Miri Regev has sparked outrage among fellow lawmakers and artists.The bill, referred to as "Loyalty in Culture" is aimed at changing how cultural institutions are funded by the state. According to the bill, financial support will be conditional upon their respect towards Israel.
The Dutch arts and culture sector is dominated by freelancers on low incomes and pressure for jobs is further reducing earnings, according to a new report.
Those working in the cultural sector often have a weak labor market and income position. This is a key finding of a survey by the Council for Culture and the Social and Economic Council have jointly carried out.
With the Barbados Music Awards just hours away, Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports Stephen Lashley calls for further development of the cultural industries in Barbados.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism said that promoting art has an important role in supporting the overall development activities of the nation.
The Council of Ministers of Mali of January 6, 2016 finally adopted the draft decree on the status of artists.