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Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has assured Tourism Solomon’s redirection strategy with its focus on domestic tourism is well within the bounds of the National Government’s policy redirection in the current COVID-19 driven environment.
This issue the headlines highlight increased investment and support for arts and culture in countries whose sectors have begun to reactivate, with many focussing on cultural infrastructure and the performing arts.
UNESCO’s Information for All Programme (IFAP) looks to the future and begins shaping a new strategic plan as its Intergovernmental Council meets for the 11th time since the programme’s creation in 2001. From 22 to 25 September, experts, specialists and diplomats from the 22 Member States composing the IFAP Council will come together online and explore future orientations in the implementation of the Programme.
At the request of Minister Van Engelshoven (OCW), a permanent independent committee is working on an overarching vision for a dynamic Collection in the Netherlands.
Culture is of extraordinary importance today, and of necessity, as it shapes values that determine our future, notably in relation to powerful disruptive technological and scientific development (linked to progress in biotechnology, genetic or data processing) as well as political upheavals threatening democracy.
En el marco del 4° Encuentro de redes del programa de cooperación IberCultura Viva se llevó a cabo el conversatorio “Cultura viva comunitaria y políticas culturales”, con la participación de representantes gubernamentales, activistas, gestoras y gestores culturales comunitarios de Iberoamérica.