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On March 11, the World Health Organization (WHO) renamed the COVID-19 epidemic that started in December 2019 to a pandemic. This means that the number of countries affected, including Pacific Island States and Territories has increased.
El programa “Cultura en casa” es una iniciativa del Ministerio de Cultura para llevar a los hogares una programación unificada, online y gratuita. Se digitalizarán contenidos del Ministerio de Cultura en sus diferentes formatos (talleres, tours virtuales, recitales, conciertos, entre otros), y se canalizarán propuestas que surgen de forma creativa, solidaria y espontánea por parte de los artistas y público (clubes de lectura virtuales, teatro online, recitales por Instagram TV, entre otros).
To write that we are living in strange and extraordinary times would have felt like hyperbole even a week ago. No longer. I hope and trust that you and your families are keeping well in mind, body and spirit. Our thoughts and sympathies go out to those who are especially vulnerable, and whose lives and livelihoods have been so terribly affected. Above all, we must unite to ensure that the pandemic is kept away from the countries and communities that do not enjoy the protection of strong health and welfare systems.
Need a chat for advice as a result of the COVID-19 situation? Or have enquiries on the current NAC support measures? If you’re an arts freelancer who needs suggestions on NAC support measures such as the Capability Development Scheme for the Arts (CDSA), ARH has arranged a series of 40-minute drop-in chats ARH@GAC/ on Zoom with Tay Tong.
The Live Performance sector calls the EU and governments to provide targeted measures following the impact of Covid-19 on live events
In response to covid-19 pandemic, European countries are deploying unprecedented emergency tactics and a warlike language. The “invisible enemy” is weakening not only the public health and labour systems across the continent deeply affected by the austerity policies of the last decade, but is also putting under threat the European project as we know it.