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6. ADVOCACY & LOBBY FOR CULTURE pages: 1  2  3  4  
19.12.2003
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Cultural policy and the artist or how to build a "sample continent for the innovation principle" in SEEurope
Can the artist really play a significant role in the post communist complex economic and social situation of Albania, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia? Can he/she bring about and if so, how? a new model of labour in countries where the labour legacy is still deeply centralised and where creative modalities do not yet seem to appeal to the production sphere? Editorial written for the Policies for Culture Journal, winter issue 2003.
  author: Corina Suteu
19.12.2003
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Cultural Policies and Artists: the artist in the system of negotiation
Artists are rarely encouraged to become actively involved in decision-making processes, or in designing cultural policies. The impression given by official structures is that as far as issues of cultural policy and decision-making in the public domain are concerned, it is better that artists remain outside... Cover Story written for the Policies for Culture Journal, winter issue 2003.
  author: Aleksandar Battista Ilic
16.12.2003
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One Step Further for the Romanian Dance Scene
The long-term campaign for recognition of the Romanian dance sector came to the fore in June 2002 with the first official meeting between representatives of the Romanian dance scene and public authorities (both from the legislative and the executive level)...
  author: Stefania Ferchedau
15.03.2003
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'White Square of Croatian Culture'. The story continues...
Follow up to a previous article in this section about Croatian artists who, since October 2001, have been engaged in a long, demanding struggle against the introduction of a Bill on obligatory retirement and health insurance benefit tax.
  author: Ela Agotic
25.11.2002
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'There is still not enough lobbying capability in culture...'
An interview with Mr. Zlatko Seselj, member of the Croatian Parliament; member of the Committee for Education, Science and Culture.
  author: Zlatko Seselj
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