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5. DECENTRALISATION pages: 1  2  
06.05.2003
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The decentralisation of cultural policy in the United Kingdom - an evolving paradox
In this paper, which has been produced for the Policies for Culture workshop on Local Cultural Strategy development in Bucharest in May 2003, Phil Wood of Comedia UK adresses issues of decentralisation by means of assessment of the progress in British cultural policy over the past 25 years. Wood argues that Britain despite its pride of being tolerant, liberal and commited to fair play remains to be one of the most centrally-controlled and least open democracies.
  author: Phil Wood
16.04.2003
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Decentralisation in South East Europe: objectives, instruments, practices
A methodological paper for (comparative) research on cultural policy commissioned by Policies for Culture in 2003 and included in the dossier of the Policies for Culture workshop “Local cultural policy development in
South East Europe”
, May 2003, Bucharest.
  author: Vjeran Katunaric
16.04.2003
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The role of culture in local development – some preliminary notes
This introduction to ongoing reflections on the role of culture in local environments of South East Europe is an complementary addendum to Vjeran Katunaric's text on decentralisation - see above!
  author: Vjeran Katunaric
30.07.2002
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Decentralisation in Romania. Some notes & remarks
Decentralisation in South-Eastern Europe (and not only here) is one of the most important and difficult yet urgent issues currently to be addressed. Widely promoted as both an objective in cultural policy and as an instrument in achieving other policy objectives...
  author: Oana Radu
30.07.2002
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“Small Europe”: Why Decentralisation?
An essay on the decentralisation measures in cultural policies in Central and Eastern European countries and their contribution to the project for enlarged Europe.
  author: Corina Suteu
pages: 1  2  

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