Publishers, researchers and parents agree. Children's books are stuck in the past, writes Michell Mpike. What are the consequences for children who are not represented in the world of fiction?
Attending the Conference were representatives of the agencies under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Embassy of Denmark in Vietnam, UNESCO Hanoi Office, representatives of related ministries and branches, Department of Culture and Sports in a number of localities, national cultural and arts units, socio-political organizations, professional associations, non-governmental organizations, social enterprises, universities together experts, researchers, artists.
At the Arts Promotion Centre Finland, we are committed to developing an equal arts and culture sector and to eradicating deep-rooted forms of structural racism.
Our CEO, Iain Munro, writes on the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement and Creative Scotland’s commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.
Our CEO Darren Henley blogs on the Black Lives Matter movement, and diversity within the arts and culture sector in England.
Every year, the Ministry of Culture reports on the activities in the field of integration. On 28 May, the Government of the Republic approved the 2019 report of the development plan “Integrating Estonia 2020”. Next year, the sectoral development plan will come to an end. It is time for mid-term reviews and strategic goals for 2021-2030.