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Research released today by Creative New Zealand and NZ On Air is the first of its kind in almost 20 years, asking close to 1,500 people working in creative professions questions about their income, training, means of support and wellbeing to better understand barriers to sustaining a creative career.
Intergovernmental Organisations (IGOs) exist in almost all policy areas, not least those which matter most to libraries, such as education, culture, science, copyright and development.
In the framework of the actions for the organization of the First National Meeting of Public Libraries, the Minister of the National Secretariat of Culture (SNC), Rubén Capdevila, received in his office the director of the National Library of Paraguay, Wilma Garcete; the director of the Library and Central Archive of the National Congress, Evangelina Cabrera; and the Head of Management of Public Libraries of the SNC, Octavia Ocampos.
"No Europe without culture” sets the tone for Culture Action Europe’s European Parliament elections campaign. From 23-26 May 2019, all EU citizens are encouraged to cast their vote for the European Parliament. Up until the elections, Culture Action Europe will inform voters about the election and campaign for culture to be put high on the agenda of the political parties.
Launched in 2016, Aliph will finance restoration work with technical support from the Louvre and Smithsonian Institution
The ministry will follow up supporting private sector in the international markets of artistic and cultural works, he maintained.