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Number 398 17 April 2020



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In the last month arts and culture sectors worldwide have been radically transformed with the entire cultural value chain – from creation to production, distribution, access and participation – inconceivably disrupted. An uncertain future in a time of global crisis is not unique to our sector. However, the current crisis has exacerbated an existing precarity that affects many working in our international community.

Last week, Arts Promotion Centre Finland and the Cultural Policy Research Centre released the latest edition of their national Arts and Culture Barometer, which looks at artist income and livelihoods. Echoing similar studies from across the globe the findings (based on 2019 data) show that even in good times in developed countries, artists’ livelihoods are characterised by asymmetry, unpredictability and insecurity; disproportionate remuneration; and a labour market position that lacks consistent definition. In the current crisis the professional, social and economic status of artists has been central to sector concerns and has informed the responses of public agencies.

In recent weeks, governments worldwide have announced a range of whole-of-government economic and social support measures in response to the COVID-19 crisis. In some cases, these measures include dedicated funding to support the income of those working in the sector informed by the advice of public agencies that support arts and culture; for example in Switzerland, Pro Helvetia - Swiss Arts Council has worked with the Federal Office of Culture and other government departments to advise the Federal Council on its package of emergency measures worth CHF 280 million (€264.4 million), which includes repayable interest-free loans to ensure non-profit-making cultural companies can maintain liquidity; and non-repayable emergency aid for culture professionals to cover immediate living costs. In other cases, where comprehensive whole-of-government measures are in place, public agencies have assessed measures to provide clarity on how they apply to the sector and how individuals and organisations can access them, for example in Canada where the Canada Council for the Arts has developed and maintains detailed information on government support measures and how the arts and culture sector can access resources including emergency care and support benefits, access to employment insurance and other support for personal finances.

We have also seen numerous public agencies allocate new funding, redirect funds and work with government and non-government partners to provide income support to individuals and the businesses that offer them employment. In Cuba, the Ministry of Culture is providing salary support to artists unable to carry out their work due to isolation measures. In Denmark, the Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces will administer a temporary arts support scheme worth DKK 100 million which will support independent artists who anticipate significant income loss. In England, Arts Council England has made available ₤160 million in emergency funding, which includes ₤20 million to provide artists with basic financial support. In Mexico, the Secretary of Culture has initiated a National Agreement with secretaries and heads of culture throughout the country to allocate a total of MXN$32.0 million to support artists and local creators. In Singapore, the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth has allocated an additional S$55 million that it will roll out through an Arts and Culture Resilience Package which includes a jobs support scheme and rental waivers for tenants. In Slovenia, the Minister of Culture has announced a three-month basic income open to self-employed cultural workers. In Tunisia, the Ministry of Cultural Affairs has launched a Culture Recovery Fund consisting of mixed endowments from the private and public sectors to support artists, cultural institutions, workers and businesses. And this week in Wales, the Arts Council of Wales has opened applications for an Urgent Response Fund for Individuals to offer support to individuals facing immediate financial difficulty and hardship, as part of a ₤7 million Arts Resilience Fund.

We have also observed examples of agencies addressing the need for fair remuneration of artists, particularly as they navigate new distribution channels. In Argentina, the Ministry of Culture of the Nation has allocated ARS$7.2 million to employ artists to develop content to be transmitted via its digital platforms. While in New Zealand, Creative New Zealand has aligned the first phase of its Emergency Response Package with the Ministry of Social Development’s work and income (WINZ) Wage Subsidy and stated the aim to pay artists and arts practitioners fairly, in keeping with findings from its Sustainable Careers research. The benefits of legislation for workers in the sector have also been demonstrated in Colombia, where the Minister of Culture has announced a new mechanism to complement measures established in Decree 475 of 2020, which will assist vulnerable individuals working in the sector through a Solidarity Income programme; and in Estonia, where the Estonian Ministry of Culture plans to ease restrictions and broaden criteria who can apply for support under the Creative Persons and Associations Act (2004) which aims to support creative people who have lost income and guarantees a minimum wage and insurance for six months.

This year marks the fortieth anniversary of the adoption of the 1980 Recommendation concerning the Status of the Artist, which calls on Member States to improve the professional, social and economic status of artists through the implementation of policies and measures, including those that relate to social security, employment, income and tax conditions. In late 2019 UNESCO published its most recent analysis of its implementation, which shows that while progress has been made, there remains work to be done. The current crisis has thrown this into stark relief for many and we have been heartened by responses from public agencies and policy makers worldwide that have assessed local contexts; adapted how they work with governments, partners and the sector; identified quick response opportunities; and implemented emergency measures so swiftly. We know that the status of the artist continues to be priority for many – including in Lithuania where the Lithuanian Council for Culture has launched a study to assess the status of the artist and establish monitoring principles – and we are gently optimistic that the current situation may present opportunities for policy makers and the sector beyond our immediate crisis.

As usual, we will continue to monitor the latest from the sector and report on our findings each month. In the meantime, you can find daily news updates on our website; including all the headlines related to COVID-19 in a pre-filtered list here. If you are looking for something specific, simply use the filters. In non-COVID news, we look forward to sharing a special issue of ACORNS with you next week, with our latest extended report Supporting Culture in the Digital Age.


ACORNS Iberoamericano
Le recordamos que continuamos entregando noticias del espacio iberoamericano tanto de los países miembros como artículos en prensa en general de la región.  Al final de cada edición de ACORNS encontrará la sección de ACORNS Iberoamericano.  Asimismo, nuestro sitio web cuenta con una variedad de noticias en español a su disposición.



New Affiliate Member: Institute of Puerto Rican Culture

We are pleased to welcome the Institute of Puerto Rican CulturePuerto Rico, as an Affiliate Member of the Federation. The Institute of Puerto Rican Culture was established in 1955 as an official and autonomous entity whose purpose is to preserve, promote, enrich and diffuse the cultural values of the Puerto Rican people, and achieve a broader and fuller awareness. ICP is the official State Arts Agency responsible for developing a state-wide arts plan and establishing arts and cultural policy. 

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National Agency News


The Ministries of Culture, Finance and Economy prepare a meeting with the Culture sector

Ministry of Culture and Sport, Spain, 10 April 2020, Spain

After today's extraordinary Council of Ministers, the Minister of Culture and Sports, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, and Minister of Finance and Government spokesperson, María Jesús Montero, have decided to hold a joint meeting with the culture sector.

Undersecretariat for Cultures and Arts and sector unions create a working table with groups of artists and cultural workers

Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage, Chile, 9 April 2020, Chile

The meeting will begin April 17, and will aim to seek joint strategies to mitigate the effects of the health crisis on the cultural arts sector. Representatives of the Ministries of Finance and Economy will join.

National Endowment for the Arts Announces CARES Act Funding to Support Arts Jobs and Help Sustain Arts Organizations

National Endowment for the Arts, 8 April 2020, USA

The National Endowment for the Arts announced today its guidelines to swiftly distribute funding to nonprofit arts organizations from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to preserve jobs and help support organizations forced to close operations due to the spread of COVID-19.

Taike will launch a new service for actors and artists in the social and health sectors

Arts Promotion Centre Finland, 7 April 2020, Finland

The aim of Taike's new expert service is to strengthen the use of art in the social and health sectors. For artists, it opens up employment opportunities. Taike has selected two art experts for the five-year pilot: Pia Houn, Doctor of Theater Arts, and Isto Turpeinen, Doctor of Dance.

MEC will allocate 37,000,000 Uruguayan pesos to the cultural sector

Ministry of Education and Culture, Uruguay, 3 April 2020, Uruguay

The health emergency hits all sectors of the national and global economy. In this context, the national government has implemented various measures to address the situation and reduce the impact on Uruguayans.

The Ministry of Culture's compensation scheme is clear

Kulturrådet – Arts Council Norway, 3 April 2020, Norway

Today, the Ministry of Culture presented the details of the new compensation scheme for cancelled, closed and delayed events in the cultural sector.

Contingency measures promoted by the SNC for the Cultural Sector due to COVID-19

National Secretary of Culture, Presidency of the Republic, Paraguay, 3 April 2020, Paraguay

The National Secretariat of Culture (SNC), as the governing body of the State's cultural policies, has developed a series of contingency measures to guarantee the rights of persons and institutions engaged in cultural activities, in order to mitigate the social and economic effects of the state of health emergency caused by the spread of COVID-19.

Cultural sector conditions under Corona

Swedish Arts Council, 2 April 2020, Sweden

The Swedish Arts Council is working on creating new processes for the distribution of grants when the crisis package is in place.

Australia Council announces new Resilience Fund and re-opens Arts and Disability Mentorships

Australia Council for the Arts, 31 March 2020, Australia

The Australia Council has today announced a Resilience Fund of approximately $5M for artists and arts organisations to support their livelihoods, practice and operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Minister of Culture's message on COVID-19 pandemic mitigation measures

Ministry of Culture, Croatia, 31 March 2020, Croatia

Minister of Culture, Ph.D. Nina Obuljen Korzinek sent a message to artists and cultural practitioners about all actions and measures taken to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Diversity and our emergency response

Arts Council England, 31 March 2020, England

Our Director of Diversity, Abid Hussain, explains how we're keeping inclusivity at the heart of our response to Covid-19.

$60M in advance funding to help stabilize backbone of arts sector as it faces COVID-19 crisis

Canada Council for the Arts, 30 March 2020, Canada

Today, the Canada Council for the Arts announced plans to provide approximately $60 million in advance funding, the equivalent of 35% of annual grants held by over 1,100 core funded organizations.

New support for creative sector during COVID-19 outbreak

Creative Scotland, 27 March 2020, Scotland

Creative Scotland has launched three funding programmes designed to provide further support to sustain the country’s creative community during the COVID-19 outbreak...

Supporting The Arts Community During COVID-19 Period

National Arts Council of Singapore, 23 March 2020, Singapore

The evolving COVID-19 pandemic is affecting all of Singapore including the arts and culture. Since 13 March 2020, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has announced enhanced border restrictions and travel advisories, as well as additional precautionary measures and stricter safe distancing measures, to reduce the risk of further local transmission of COVID-19.

NACZ Statement on the state of the creative industry in the wake of COVID-19

National Arts Council of Zimbabwe, 19 March 2020, Zimbabwe

The current Corona crisis is hitting hard all industries and the creative sector is no exception. In general, the arts sector will in the next few weeks and months face a tragedy of unprecedented level. 


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International News


Call for inputs for a report: Cultural rights and climate change

Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, 1 April 2020, Switzerland

The Special Rapporteur believes it is critical to think more broadly about the relationship between culture and cultural rights on the one hand, and addressing climate change on the other. Deadline: 1 May 2020.

NCCA rolls out aid for displaced artists

Manila Times, 16 April 2020, Philippines

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) is set to give out P4-million cash assistance to artists and cultural workers displaced by the coronavirus pandemic.

Bulgaria Announces Financial Support for Culture

Film New Europe, 14 April 2020, International

Bulgaria’s Minister of Culture Boil Banov announced on 10 April 2020 a package of emergency financial measures aimed at the cultural sector. The beneficiaries of the aid include both independent artists as well as state and municipal cultural institutions.

How is the COVID-19 impacting climate action? A conversation with Sylvie Goyet, director of the Climate Change division of SPC

Pacific Community (SPC), 10 April 2020, Fiji

Climate change still continues and climate impacts are still very visible in the Pacific. A few weeks ago, we had major forest fires in Australia and in other countries. Now we’re battling tropical cyclone Harold which is a result of climate change. 

Americans for the Arts COVID-19 Survey Documents Devastating Losses to the Arts

Americans for the Arts, 9 April 2020, USA

The coronavirus has had a devastating economic impact on America’s arts sector. Since the first U.S. case was reported on January 20, 2020, cancellations and closings have been reported at thousands of arts organizations across the country.

Ministers of Culture and Media discussed measures aimed at assisting the cultural and creative sector

Croatian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, 8 April 2020, Croatia

Ministers of culture at a video conference examined the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemia on the cultural and creative sector and discussed possible measures for mitigating negative effects of the crisis.

Impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) on wider DCMS sectors inquiry launched

UK Parliament, 7 April 2020, United Kingdom

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee inquiry examines the impact of COVID-19 on a wide range of industries and organisations under the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s remit.

Portugal: Culture workers’ union sees ‘catastrophe’ as 98pct see jobs cancelled

Macau News Agency, 6 April 2020, International

As many as 98% of culture workers in Portugal have seen jobs cancelled, with 33% of them without work for more than 30 days, the Union of Workers in Shows, Audiovisuals and Musicians (Cena-STE) said on Friday, citing a survey.

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The State of Artistic Freedom 2020

Freemuse, 15 April 2020, International

Freemuse’s new report State of Artistic Freedom 2020 is an in-depth analysis of 711 acts of violations of artistic freedom in 2019 in 93 countries. It shows widespread attacks on freedom of artistic expression on a global scale as practices of censoring artists’ voices continue.

Survey on the impact of the COVID-19 situation on museums in Europe: Findings and Recommendations

NEMO - The Network of European Museum Organisations, 6 April 2020, Germany

Culture gains importance in uncertain times of crises, it brings us together. We are seeing an unprecedented creative digital use and engagement with and through culture in the world.

Charities speak: Mapping arts and cultural charities in England and Wales using data science

Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre, 31 March 2020, United Kingdom

This report analyses the activities and objectives of registered charities in England and Wales involved in ‘arts, culture, heritage or science’ (ACHS) with a particular focus on arts and culture.


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Culture of Solidarity Fund

ECF - European Cultural Foundation, 6 April 2020, Netherlands

We invite you to apply for the European Culture of Solidarity Fund. The Fund supports imaginative cultural initiatives that, in the midst of the global pandemic crisis reinforce European solidarity and the idea of Europe as a shared public space. Deadline: Monday, 27 April 2020.

Call for applications open for the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (16 March-27 May 2020)

UNESCO, 16 March 2020, International

UNESCO accepts applications for the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) from 16 March to 27 May 2020. The IFCD finances initiatives that stimulate the Cultural and Creative Industries in developing countries.


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ACORNS 397: Global responses to COVID-19 in the arts and culture sector

ACORNS 396: Arts, culture and the climate crisis

ACORNS 395: Bettering the sector through evidence-based policy making

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8th World Summit Report

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Artists, Displacement and Belonging


En este último mes, el sector de las artes y de la cultura en todo el mundo han sufrido una transformación radical con la crisis sanitaria sin precedentes de la cadena cultural de valor en su totalidad, desde la creación a la producción, la distribución, el acceso y la participación. La incertidumbre en tiempos de COVID-19 no es una característica única de nuestro sector. Sin embargo, la disrupción actual ha exacerbado una precariedad que ya afectaba a muchos de las y los que trabajan en nuestra comunidad internacional.

La semana pasada, el Centro de Promoción de las Artes de Finlandia y el Centro de Investigación en Política Cultural publicaron la última edición de su Barómetro Nacional de las Artes y la Cultura, que analiza los ingresos y condiciones de vida de las y los artistas. Como en otros estudios semejantes de todo el mundo los resultados, basados en datos de 2019, revelan que incluso en épocas de estabilidad en los países desarrollados, las condiciones de vida de las y los artistas se caracterizan por la asimetría, la imprevisibilidad y la inseguridad, remuneraciones desiguales, y una posición en el mercado de trabajo que carece de una definición coherente. Con la crisis actual, la condición profesional, social y económica de las y los artistas ha sido la preocupación central del sector que ha servido de base a las respuestas de los organismos públicos.

En las últimas semanas, gobiernos de todo el mundo han anunciado diversas medidas económicas y sociales en respuesta a la crisis de la pandemia COVID-19. En algunos casos, las medidas incluyen fondos específicos para complementar los ingresos de trabajadores del sector siguiendo las recomendaciones de los organismos públicos de apoyo a la cultura. Por ejemplo, en Suiza, Pro Helvetia, el Consejo de las Artes suizo, ha trabajado con la Oficina Federal de Cultura y con otros departamentos para asesorar al Consejo Federal sobre el paquete de medidas de emergencia por importe de 280 millones de francos suizos (264,4 millones de euros) que incluye préstamos reintegrables sin intereses para asegurar la liquidez de las empresas culturales sin ánimo de lucro y ayudas de urgencia para cubrir los gastos cotidianos inmediatos de las y los profesionales de la cultura. En otros casos en que se han adoptado medidas de carácter más general, los organismos públicos las han analizado para aclarar cómo se aplican al sector y cómo pueden acceder a ellas entidades y personas físicas. Por ejemplo, en Canadá, el Consejo de Canadá para las Artes ofrece información detallada sobre las medidas de estimulo del gobierno y cómo puede el sector de las artes y la cultura acceder a recursos como atención y cuidados de urgencia, acceso al seguro de empleo y otras ayudas para las finanzas personales.

También hemos visto cómo muchos organismos públicos redirigían o destinaban nuevos fondos y trabajaban con socios gubernamentales y no-gubernamentales para aportar ayudas a los ingresos de las personas y las empresas que las contratan. En Cuba, el Ministerio de Cultura ofrece apoyo al salario para artistas que no pueden llevar a cabo su trabajo por las medidas de aislamiento. En Dinamarca, la Agencia Danesa para la Cultura y los Palacios gestionará un programa de apoyo a las artes temporal por valor de 100 millones de coronas que dará apoyo a artistas independientes que sufran importantes pérdidas de ingresos. En Inglaterra, el Consejo de las Artes de Inglaterra ha puesto 160 millones de libras a disposición en ayudas de urgencia, lo que incluye 20 millones de libras para ofrecer apoyo económico básico. En México, la Secretaría de Cultura ha iniciado un acuerdo nacional con secretarios y titulares de cultura de todo el país para asignar un total de 32 millones de pesos para apoyar a artistas y a creadores locales. En Singapur, el Ministerio de la Comunidad Cultural y la Juventud ha asignado 55 millones de dólares adicionales a través de un Paquete de Resiliencia para las Artes y la Cultura que incluye un programa de apoyo a los empleos y deducciones en los alquileres. En Eslovenia, el Ministerio de Cultura ha anunciado una renta básica individual de tres meses para trabajadores culturales autónomos. En Túnez, el Ministerio de Asuntos Culturales ha puesto en marcha un Fondo de Recuperación Cultural con fondos mixtos públicos y privados para apoyar a artistas, instituciones culturales, trabajadores y empresas. Finalmente, el Consejo de las Artes de Gales ha abierto esta semana el plazo de presentación de solicitudes para un Fondo de Respuesta Urgente para personas destinado a personas en situación de vulnerabilidad con necesidades inmediatas, como parte de un Fondo de Resiliencia de siete millones de libras.

También hemos observado los ejemplos de organismos que afrontan la necesidad de una remuneración justa para las y los artistas, en particular, a medida que se adentran en los nuevos canales de distribución. En Argentina, el Ministerio de Cultura de la Nación ha asignado 7,2 millones de pesos a emplear artistas para crear contenidos que se distribuirán en sus plataformas digitales. En Nueva Zelanda, mientras tanto, Creative New Zealand ha adaptado la primera fase de su Paquete de Respuesta Urgente al Subsidio de Apoyo al Trabajo y a los Salarios (WINZ en inglés) del Ministerio de Desarrollo Social y ha expresado el objetivo de pagar a las y los artistas y profesionales de las artes de manera justa, de acuerdo con los resultados de su investigación en carreras profesionales sostenibles. Los beneficios de la legislación para los trabajadores del sector también se han demostrado en Colombia, donde el Ministerio de Cultura ha anunciado un nuevo mecanismo para complementar las medidas establecidas en el Decreto 475 de 2020, que asistirá a personas vulnerables trabajadoras del sector a través de un programa de Ingreso Solidario. En Estonia, el Ministerio de Cultura planea levantar restricciones y ampliar los criterios de elegibilidad para acceder a ayudas de la Ley de Personas y Asociaciones Creativas (2004), que busca dar apoyo a las y los creadores que han perdido ingresos y garantiza un salario mínimo y seguro por seis meses.

Este año se celebra el 40º aniversario de la adopción de la Recomendación relativa a la Condición del Artista de 1980, que llama a los Estados Miembros a mejorar el estatus profesional, social y económico de artistas a través de la puesta en marcha de políticas y medidas como las condiciones de seguridad social, empleo, ingresos y fiscalidad. A finales de 2019, la UNESCO publicó su informe de implementación más reciente. En él se muestra que, aunque se han realizado progresos, queda trabajo por hacer. La crisis actual lo ha puesto crudamente de relieve y nos han infundido ánimo las respuestas de los organismos públicos y responsables en formulación de políticas culturales en todo el mundo que han evaluado los contextos locales, han trabajado con gobiernos, socios y el sector propio, han identificado las oportunidades de respuesta rápida y puesto en marcha medidas de urgencia tan rápidamente. Sabemos que la condición del artista continúa siendo un tema prioritario para muchos, como en Lituania, donde el Consejo Lituano para la Cultura ha impulsado un estudio para evaluar la condición del artista y establecer principios de seguimiento, y somos optimistas a respecto de que la situación actual pueda presentar oportunidades para los responsables de políticas públicas y para el sector más allá de la crisis inmediata.

Como de costumbre, continuaremos haciendo seguimiento de las noticias del sector y les informaremos de ello cada mes. Mientras tanto, puede encontrar noticias diariamente en nuestra web, incluidas todos los titulares que se refieren a la COVID-19 en una lista clasificada aquí​. Si está buscando una noticia específica, use los filtros. Por lo que respecta a noticias distintas de la pandemia, nos alegrará compartir con usted una edición especial de ACORNS la próxima semana con nuestro último informe de investigación, El apoyo a la cultura en la era digital.

Noticias de IFACCA


Nuevo miembro afiliado: Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña

Nos alegra dar la bienvenida al Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña (Puerto Rico) como miembro afiliado de la Federación. El Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña fue creado en 1955 como una entidad oficial y autónoma cuyo propósito es el de conservar, promover, enriquecer y difundir los valores culturales del pueblo puertorriqueño y ampliar su difusión. El ICP es la agencia oficial del Estado responsable de desarrollar un plan de artes para todo el Estado y una política artística y cultural.

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MEC destinará 37.000.000 de pesos uruguayos al sector cultural

Ministry of Education and Culture, Uruguay, 3 April 2020, Uruguay

La emergencia sanitaria golpea a todos los sectores de la economía nacional y mundial. En este contexto, el gobierno nacional instrumentó diversas medidas con el objetivo de afrontar la situación y reducir el impacto que recae sobre los uruguayos.

Medidas de contingencia impulsadas por la SNC para el Sector Cultural Nacional a causa del COVID-19

National Secretary of Culture, Presidency of the Republic, Paraguay, 3 April 2020, Paraguay

La Secretaría Nacional de Cultura (SNC) como órgano rector de las políticas culturales del Estado, ha elaborado una serie de medidas de contingencia a fin de garantizar los derechos de las personas e instituciones dedicadas a actividades culturales, con el objeto de paliar los efectos sociales y económicos debido al estado de emergencia sanitaria a causa de la propagación del COVID-19.

Llamado a contribuciones por un informe: Derechos culturales y cambio climático

Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, 1 April 2020, Switzerland

La Relatora Especial cree que es fundamental pensar más ampliamente en la relación entre la cultura y los derechos culturales, por una parte, y la lucha contra el cambio climático, por otra. Fecha límite: 1 de mayo de 2020.

Las nuevas medidas de protección aprobadas por el Gobierno acogen también al sector cultural

Ministry of Culture and Sport, Spain, 31 March 2020, Spain

El Consejo de Ministros ha aprobado hoy un Real Decreto Ley que establece nuevas medidas de protección económicas y sociales y facilita también la aplicación de las previamente aprobadas adaptándolas a las especifidades del sector cultural. 

Ministerio de las Culturas destinará 15 mil millones de pesos para apoyar a artistas y organizaciones ante emergencia por coronavirus

Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage, Chile, 23 March 2020, Chile

A raíz de la crisis sanitaria provocada por el brote de COVID-19 y los efectos que ha tenido en el sector cultural, el ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio, tomó la decisión de reformular algunos instrumentos y programas para crear un nuevo plan ante la crisis sanitaria que distribuirá aproximadamente 15 mil millones de pesos al sector artístico y cultural.

Iniciativas culturales destacadas impulsadas en los países con motivo de la pandemia y la cuarentena

OEI - Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos, 25 March 2020, International

La Organización de Estados Iberoamerianos (OEI) ha dado acceso libre y gratuito a recursos culturales para la comunidad iberoamericana en este microespacio.

Público poderá acessar a programação cultural de casa

Secretaria de Estado de Cultura, Esporte e Lazer de Mato Grosso, 25 March 2020, Brazil

Espetáculos de teatro, dança e cinema estão entre as atrações que serão disponíveis a cada dia nos canais online do Cine Teatro Cuiabá. O equipamento cultural, que precisou suspender as atividades ao público temporariamente, abriu um espaço em suas plataformas digitais para artistas e cineastas mato-grossenses e nacionais, como uma forma de fortalecer a rede artística neste momento em que todos precisam ficar em casa.

La UNESCO designa un grupo de expertos internacionales para redactar una recomendación global sobre la ética de la Inteligencia Artificial

UNESCO, 11 March 2020, International

La Directora General de la UNESCO, Audrey Azoulay, encargó a 24 de los principales expertos mundiales en los desafíos sociales, económicos y culturales de la inteligencia artificial (IA) que redacten recomendaciones aplicables internacionalmente sobre las cuestiones éticas que plantea el desarrollo y el uso de la misma.


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