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Minister of Youth and Culture, Hon. Lisa Hanna, says she will be engaging the Maroon communities in a cultural mission for the protection of Jamaicas children.
The new constitution recognizes the role of Christianity in preserving nationhood, and art that is deemed blasphemous or anti-national is now the target of a full-blown campaign of suppression.
The Special Rapporteur's annual report to the Human Rights Council, to be presented in June 2013, will be devoted to the issue of The Right to Artistic Freedom. You are invited to complete a questionnaire, available in English, French and Spanish, and circulate it broadly in your networks.
The government of Myanmar said on Monday that it would no longer censor private publications, a move that journalists described as a major step toward media freedom in a country where military governments have tried for decades to control the flow of information.