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1. CULTURAL POLICY: COUNTRY PROFILES pages: 1  2  3  
30.10.2006
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Cultural Policy Review Kaliningrad Region (Russia)
The booklet includes the first-ever written analysis of the legal frameworks, government priorities and foreign policies affecting cultural life and cooperation in Kaliningrad. It features original texts by high-level representatives of the Russian Ministry of Culture, the Kaliningrad Oblast Government, the Regional Parliament, the Consulates of Poland, Germany and Lithuania, and the local NGO sector. It also contains unique material on general trends in the Russian cultural field as seen from an economist’s point of view.
  author: Julia Bardun ed.
15.03.2003
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Margin, niche or mainstream?
Points of departure for a debate regarding the Slovene cultural policy and the attitude of the art and culture sector towards non-governmental organizations and independent creators.
  author: Emil Hrvatin
01.11.2002
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Transition and Cultural Policy in the Republic of Macedonia
In the situation where an outdated cultural model facing complete collapse, of politicians acting as they were the sole decision-makers, of a completely marginalized NGO sector in Macedonia, one cultural NGO thinks a strategy for cultural development is needed urgently. And it fights and succeeds in becoming a real partner to the Ministry of Culture in the process of preparing strategies for sustainable cultural development...
  author: Violeta Simjanovska
01.11.2002
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Federal Republic of Yugoslavia - a full and equal member of the Council of Europe Steering Committee for Culture
Milena Dragicevic-Sesic, one of the Steering Committee’s four new members, explains in this interview about what this recognition represents and what it means for Serbia and Montenegro.
  author: Oana Radu
05.04.2002
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Vision Crisis
Interview by Kultura Weekly taken for the Bilingual Supplement developed in cooperation with the Policies for Culture programme.
  author: Ivaylo Znepolsky
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