Cultural Policy

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...

US removes UAE from intellectual property protection watch list

Wam/Abu Dhabi UAE’s removal from the list is the culmination of constructive cooperation. The United Arab Emirates has welcomed the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) decision to remove the country from the US intellectual property protection (IPP) Watch List. In its 2021 Special 301 Report, the USTR...

Culture and Creativity: Regulatory Framework

Cultural and creative industries (CCIs) operate in a complex business environment, where they are defined by the standard regulations concerning businesses as well as intellectual property rights, taxation and many other issues. The policies and legislation governing these fields (i.e. the regulatory framework) should therefore work to facilitate artistic creation...

Artists Have Been Attempting to Secure Royalties on Their Work for More Than a Century. Blockchain Finally Offers Them a Breakthrough.

There’s a throughline from attempts to reform the art market in the ’60s to artists like Simon de la Rouviere’s work today. Charlotte Kent,  Screenshot of Simon de la Rouviere’s The Artwork Is Always on Sale V2 (2020). Amid all the recent backlash against NFTs, the real and exciting possibilities that blockchain...

Webster’s World of Cultural Policy

An online resource center for the study of cultural policyfrom the perspective of cultural democracy “Cultural policies reflect the fact than [humanity] today is faced with the choicebetween seeking a purblind and despairing escape in nihilism,or resolutely confronting the future.”— Augustin Girard with Genevieve GentilCultural development: experiences and policies,2nd ed....

China: The Ministry of Culture and Tourism on promoting high-quality digital cultural industry

In relation to: Ministry of Culture and Tourism, National Development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Ministry of Commerce, State Administration of Market Regulation, Opinions on Deepening “Internet...

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...

Culture shock: COVID-19 and the cultural and creative sectors

OECD Policy Responses to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Summary Along with the tourism sector, cultural and creative sectors (CCS)1 are among the most affected by the current crisis, with jobs at risk ranging from 0.8 to 5.5% of employment across OECD regions… The venue-based sectors (such as museums, performing arts, live music, festivals,...

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