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Deadline for submission of Research Proposals is on September 30, 2020 As the overall policy-making, coordinating, and funding agency for the preservation, development, and promotion of Philippine arts and culture, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts encourages and supports the conduct of research and the utilization and dissemination of research outputs on culture and the arts.
The UN International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples fell on 9 August 2020, marking the anniversary of the first meeting of the UN Working Group on Indigenous Populations of the Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights, which took place in 1982. Recent headlines reflect this focus on Indigenous peoples, highlighting positive developments and persistent issues.
The pandemic has suddenly made our policymakers begin to put the spotlight on the arts. Recent pronouncements by leaders of both houses of Congress have underscored the value of the arts in the life of the Filipino, most especially during emergencies.
El jueves 13 de agosto se realizó la tercera de cuatro reuniones de trabajo, con la consigna de abordar la temática “Políticas públicas que aseguran educación, protección social y salud de calidad a todas las personas”. Por el Ministerio de Educación y Cultura participaron el director de Educación, Gonzalo Baroni y el asesor del ministro, Alberto Majó.
Liberia, a West African country of about 5 million people, is known for its cultural diversity, with each ethnic group ｰ Gbandi, Bassa, Belle, Dey, Gio, Gola, Grebo, Kissi, Kpelle, Krahn, Kru, Lorma, Mano, Mandingo, Mende, and Vai ｰ possessing its own, language, religions, traditions, customs and laws. Despite being a diverse nation, Liberia ｰ since its independence in 1847 ｰ has never had a coherent, nationally-adopted cultural policy.
This morning (August 14), the Party Committee of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism held the Delegate Congress for the term 2020 - 2025.