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1. CULTURAL POLICY: COUNTRY PROFILES pages: 1  2  3  
05.04.2002
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Cultural Policies in Bulgaria: interview with Raina Gavrilova
"The main efforts were to overcome the decrease in cultural activities, to provide stability for cultural institutes in Bulgaria, and to improve upon the new types of relationship between all those involved in cultural policy, through both legislation and also reorganizing the public subsidies system for cultural activities."
  author: Raina Gavrilova
01.04.2002
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Cultural Policies in Romania - An Inside View
Until 1994, there was no talk in Romania about cultural policies. The communist regime did not use the phrase. They spoke only about socialist culture. In fact, we had no “ministry of culture”, but a half-state, half-Party authority, called “the Council for Socialist Culture and Education”. That is why the Ministry of Culture was one of the first ministries created after the collapse of the regime in December 1989.
  author: Virgil Stefan Nitulescu
01.04.2002
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Cultural Policy of Croatia: Main Issues
In the form of a concise overview, this text introduces the reader to the priorities in cultural policy defined and implemented by the Ministry of Culture of Croatia in the 2000-2004 period.
  author: Sanjin Dragojevic
01.04.2002
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Cultural Change & Cultural Strategy in Croatia Decision Making and Financial Autonomy
The major political, social and state-related changes which swept through Croatia in the nineties, inevitably also brought about substantial cultural changes, just as the dominant cultural perceptions, concepts and their practical manifestations strongly influenced the shaping of general social awareness-asserting, or else, seeking, not only new cultural values, but political changes as well.
  author: Antun Vujic
22.11.2001
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Kulturne promjene i drzavna administracija
Tekst donosi glavne linije kulturne politike i djelovanja sto ga je Ministarstvo kulture Republike Hrvatske provodilo u razdoblju od 2000.-2004.g.
The text brings the main lines of cultural policy and of activities implemented by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia during the 2000-2004 period.
  author: Biserka Cvjeticanin
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