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Last November, record numbers of women, people of colour and members of the LGBTQ community won elections in local and statewide races throughout the United States. Voters elected the first Muslim and Native American women to Congress.
Viernes 18 de enero de 2019, Ciudad de México. Reingeniería, reconciliación y reorganización, así como recobrar la nobleza de la misión del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBAL), son los ejes de la gestión de Lucina Jiménez (Ciudad de México, 1959), al frente de esa instancia, que surgió “en un momento en el que México aspiraba a ser parte del mundo sin renunciar a su tradición”, explica.
Since the Freedom Museum burned in 2013, efforts have been made to rebuild a new museum. Today, the project reached an important milestone, as it was possible to hold a travel gift at the new museum. The construction work is expected to be completed after the summer of 2019.
A new language and cultural centre, the Estonian Language House, opened in Tallinn on Wednesday. The aim of the centre, is to help non-native speakers of Estonian to develop their language skills as well as to get a better intro into Estonian culture, with a view to participating in it more fully.
Work has been completed on the opening of the Center of Azerbaijani culture, the art gallery and the park of monuments within the Azerbaijani Embassy in Ukraine, Trend reports referring to the embassy.
NEMO partner American Alliance of Museums has published a video about the importance of museums and that museums indeed make the world better.