Democratising Culture

Cultural Relations – Key Approaches in Fragile Contexts Report Available

A report on Cultural Relations – Key Approaches in Fragile Contexts offers evidence and recommendations to the EU, EU Member States and other interested countries, EUNIC members and partners on how cultural relations can enhance peace and stability. The study authored by Jordi Baltà, commissioned by EUNIC, ifa and the...

INVITATION – APPEL À PARTENAIRE BLOCKCHAIN, LÉGISLATURE CRÉATIVE INNOVANTE AVEC L’UTILISATION DE LA TECHNOLOGIE BLOCKCHAIN

ICCIRA RECHERCHE DES PARTENAIRES DE DÉVELOPPEMENT BLOCKCHAIN DOMAINE : Écologie internationale juridique, réglementaire et constitutionnelle de la blockchain sur les arts, la culture, les industries créatives et le divertissement. L’Autorité internationale de réglementation des industries culturelles et créatives, une organisation de réglementation à but non lucratif, ouvre la voie à...

INVITATION – CALL FOR BLOCKCHAIN PARTNER, INNOVATIVE CREATIVE LEGISLATURE, WITH THE USE OF BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY

ICCIRA IS SEEKING FOR BLOCKCHAIN DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS FIELD: International Legal, Regulatory and Constitutional Blockchain Ecology on Arts, Culture, Creative Industries and Entertainment Legislature. The International Cultural and Creative Industries Regulatory Authority a non-profit regulatory organisation, is paving the way for the future of International Arts, Culture, Creative Industries and Entertainment...

International Cultural and Creative Industries Regulatory Authority supports the Art Unites Us All.

An Initialive About Peace, Awareness, Creativity and Friendship by Domina Monriel The International Cultural and Creative Industries Regulatory Authority, in collaboration with the International Independent, which is an Arts, Culture, Creative Industries and Entertainment, Industrial Consortium, in the context of supporting cultural and artistic endeavours, supports the Art Unites Us All initiative, by...

Archaeological report regarding the removal of the archaeological site in the Venizelos metro Station/Thessaloniki/Greece

By Robert G. Ousterhout, Professor of Byzantine Art and Architecture, Emeritus, Penn, Arts and Science, University of Pennsylvania, Department of History and Art. I was asked by the Association of Greek Archaeologists to express my opinion on the recent ministerial decision for the removal and relocation of the antiquities that...

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