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The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in asymmetric impacts to persons with disabilities, whose vulnerabilities are compounded due to gaps in basic health services and social protection systems. Their access to information and health care is further challenged because public health systems oftentimes do not have the adequate resources to provide to all sectors of the population.
The Government yesterday morning commemorated the 30-year anniversary of the Sir Geoffrey Henry National Culture Centre, Te Puna Korero – the country’s largest multi-complex venue.
After months of constructive dialogue and negotiation, representatives from UNESCO’s member states have agreed on the draft text of an ambitious and wide-ranging new template for the ethical development and deployment of Artificial Intelligence.
Live music can resume from 5 July, as ministers press ahead with some further relaxations of Covid-19 rules.
From 6 to 16 July 2021, in celebration of the 2021 International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development, UNESCO will highlight the infinite possibilities digital technologies have to offer for new creative expressions in an immersive virtual reality exhibition, Korea: Cubically Imagined, organized at its Paris Headquarters, in partnership with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Korea.
The Ministry of Culture and Youth has launched a report titled "Monitoring the Pulse of the Cultural and Creative Industries - Resilience and Recovery", which showed that the sector had already begun to recover at a different pace in its principal areas.