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On February 8, 2019, at the 11th session of the Croatian Parliament, the Law on Libraries and Library Activities was adopted. The Law on Libraries and Library Activities regulates library activity, the establishment and termination of libraries, the organization and management of libraries, types of libraries, the work of the National and University Library in Zagreb and the library system of the Republic of Croatia and other matters of importance for carrying out library activities.
The National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP) supports Senate Bill No. 1528 that seeks the establishment of a Department of Culture in the country, NRCP president Ramon Razal told the Philippine News Agency (PNA) on Wednesday.
At the Ministry of Culture, on Tuesday, 5 February 2019, a session of the Working Group on the Drafting of the Act on Artists was held. The members of the Working Group were also present with the Minister of Culture, Mr. Nina Obuljen Korzinek, the members of the Working Group: State Secretary Krešimir Partl, Coordinator of the Working Group, Hrvoje Kovačević, Lara Hölbling Matković, Josip Zanki, Vlatka Vorkapić, Assistant Minister Iva Hraste Sočo and Head of the Sector for Cultural Development art Nevena Tudor Perković.
At the Ministry of Culture, on Tuesday, 5 February 2019, a session of the Working Group on the Drafting of the Act on Artists was held. The meeting was attended by members of the Working Group, including Minister of Culture Nina Obuljen Korzinek, the Secretary of State Krešimir Partl, the Coordinator of the Working Group and Hrvoje Kovačević, Lara Hölbling Matković, Josip Zanki, Vlatka Vorkapić and Assistant Minister Iva Hraste Sočo and Head of the Sector for Cultural Development art Nevena Tudor Perković. The meeting was attended by Assistant Minister Marica Mikec, Romana Matanovac Vučković, Special Adviser to the Minister and Representatives of Expert Services of the Ministry of Culture.
Foreigners and international institutions who may want to use any of Ghana’s folklore will now be compelled to seek permission before use or risk facing the law.
According to the study, there are no obstacles in Finland to the introduction of an artist-alliance model in employment or social law. The investigator presents a three-year experiment involving artists, dancers and musicians.