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The Working for Victoria initiative will create jobs in regional Victoria and protect gallery and museum collections.
“El Estatuto del Artista será un hito de legislatura” para el ministro de Cultura y Deporte, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes. Así lo ha defendido en la entrevistaEnlace externo, se abre en ventana nueva concedida esta mañana a ‘La hora de La 1’ en Televisión Española.
New and emerging technologies will change government in a wide range of ways. They will make it easier to do many tasks quicker, more cheaply, and on a greater scale than ever before. Significantly, these technologies have the potential to automate large swathes of cognitive work. And in doing so they will transform the workforce that is currently performing these tasks. We do not expect that these waves of automation will drive mass redundancies within government; technology is more likely to augment the work done by officials, rather than replace them. Managing this transition will require new approaches and new ways of thinking about capabilities within government.
Today, £58.8 million of capital investment has been announced, supporting arts and heritage organisations across the country. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has also announced £165 million in repayable finance offers.
Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development has assured artists that consultation with key stakeholders is ongoing to find solutions to the adverse effects of COVID-19 on the creative industry.
On Wednesday, December 9, the Riigikogu passed the state budget for 2021 as a law. The cultural budget envisages, among other things, salary support for the leaders of groups participating in the song and dance festival process, support for research and development of Estonian culture and language, as well as support for domestic films, maintenance of protected heritage objects and investments in important objects.