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Number 441 13 October 2023



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The extended 45th session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in late September marked a significant milestone, as it witnessed the highest number of sites added to the World Heritage List in two decades. This session - the first in-person gathering of the Committee in four years – resulted in the inclusion of 42 new sites and the extension of five existing ones. Among these, 33 are cultural sites, and nine are natural heritage sites, with 15 in Europe, 12 in Asia, six in Africa, six in the Americas and three in the Middle East. Notably, this session also featured the largest number of inscriptions from Africa during a single Committee session since 1982.

There are also ongoing significant developments regarding the repatriation of cultural heritage. The UK's Manchester Museum formally handed over 174 cultural heritage items to a delegation of women from the Anindilyakwa community of Groote Eylandt, located in the Northern Territory of Australia last month, while the Netherlands has signed two legal agreements to return artifacts to Sri Lanka later this year. Furthermore, the family of the late US billionaire George Lindemann  voluntarily returned 33 looted antiquities to Cambodia.

Meanwhile, in a bid to manage overtourism and better protect its historic landscapes and monuments, the Greek Ministry of Culture has implemented a daily cap  of 20,000 visitors to the Acropolis, effective from early September 2023, while Venice will begin charging some visitors a fee on high-traffic days next year.

Culture also found recognition in the political declaration made by world leaders at the 2023 United Nations General Assembly last month. This declaration, aimed at expediting progress on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and proposing key measures such as reforming the global financial system, acknowledged the valuable lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic regarding the value of culture and digital transformation for sustainable development. The declaration marks the midway point towards achieving the UN 2030 Agenda and reaffirms the role of culture as an enabler of sustainable development.

IFACCA Announcements

This month, IFACCA attended Right to Culture: International Cultural Policy Conference, which took place on 5 October in Valletta, Malta. Organised by the Compendium Association of Cultural Policies and Trends and hosted by IFACCA National Member, Arts Council Malta, the conference brought together policymakers, researchers, politicians, experts, artists representatives and academics. Anupama Sekhar, IFACCA’s Director of Policy and Engagement joined a panel on artistic freedom at the conference to discuss the roles of government, civil society and the cultural and creative sectors to promote and strengthen artistic freedom. 

While in Chile, on 6 October, our Executive Director, Magdalena Moreno Mujica delivered an in-person keynote lecture at the University of Santiago, Chile (USACH), School of Journalism, titled ‘Culture in time of crises – an international overview of the challenges and opportunities in cultural policymaking’. The lecture included two respondents that contextualised the issues in Chile and Latin America: Dr Tomas Peters (University of Chile) and Dr Nicolas Del Valle (University of Santiago). The lecture brought together policymakers, academics, leaders of cultural institutions and students. Excerpts from the lecture will be made available in due course in Spanish.

Later this month, IFACCA is collaborating with the sixth edition of Culture Summit 2023 in Abu Dhabi, being organised by the Department of Culture and Tourism (DCT), an IFACCA Affiliate Member. The Culture Summit is a global annual convening organised by DCT, Abu Dhabi, in collaboration with global partners, including UNESCO, Google, The Economist Events, the Design Museum, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation, Recording Academy, among other art, technology, and media organisations from around the world. This year, the Summit will explore the theme, A Matter of Time and interrogate our changing relation to time, how this change is impacting the way culture is produced, received and consumed as well as the role culture plays in holding together past, present and the future. 

An IFACCA delegation of senior leadership from public institutions worldwide will attend the Summit, where IFACCA will present a roundtable titled The Clock is Ticking: Leading Public Agencies for Culture in Times of Polycrisis on 30 October. Additionally, the 70th meeting of the IFACCA Board is taking place in Abu Dhabi alongside the Culture Summit.



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National Agency News


A call for Pacific unity: FestPAC 2024 seeks support to uplift Hawai’i post-fires

Creative New Zealand - Toi Aotearoa, 5 October 2023

The 13th Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture (FestPAC) 2024 is moving forward with determination and aroha, symbolising the resilience and unity of the Pacific region. This year's Festival carries an even deeper significance as it aims to uplift the communities devastated by the recent wildfires in Maui.


Hanoi develops a set of criteria towards the establishment of a network of creative hubs

Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Viet Nam, 3 October 2023, Viet Nam

In 2019, Hanoi officially joined UNESCO's Network of Creative Cities in the field of design. After 4 years of joining, Hanoi has issued many policies to create a "framework" for the development of cultural industry, building a creative city; at the same time, organising many activities to realise commitments to UNESCO.


New partnership between the GNWT and Canada Council for the Arts will strengthen arts and culture organisations in the NWT

Government of Northwest Territories, 3 October 2023, Canada

The Government of Northwest Territories (GNWT) and the Canada Council for the Arts are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to support the growth and sustainability of the arts and culture in the Northwest Territories (NWT) through capacity-building and sector development. Through this partnership, the Canada Council will provide the GNWT with a financial contribution of $750,000 over three years.


Zambia's Ministry of Youth, Sport, and Arts unveils National Arts Festival to drive economic development through investment in the creative sector.

National Arts Festival, Zambia, 27 September 2023, Zambia

The National Arts Festival (NAF) is a prestigious event organised by the Ministry of Youth, Sport, and Arts in Zambia. It aims to showcase the best of Zambian arts, promote cultural heritage, and foster national unity. The festival embraces the principles of creativity, patriotism, and excellence, offering a unique platform for artists, artisans, and creative minds to shine.


Creatives Encouraged to Utilise the Productive Inputs Relief Scheme

Jamaica Information Service, 22 September 2023, Jamaica

Jamaicans involved in the creative industries are being encouraged to take advantage of the Government’s productive inputs relief scheme.


Council for Culture is committed to fundamental reform of the cultural system

Council for Culture, Netherlands, 19 September 2023, Netherlands

At the end of 2023, the Council for Culture will advise on the intended renewal of the cultural system from 2029. In addition, the Council is preparing the assessment of grant applications for the basic cultural infrastructure (BIS) in the period 2025-2028.

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International News


UNESCO planning virtual museum of stolen cultural artefacts

The Guardian, 6 October 2023, International

UNESCO, the United Nations’ culture body, has announced plans for what it says will be the first virtual museum of stolen cultural artefacts, aimed at raising public awareness of trafficking and the unique importance of cultural heritage.


DTI outlines 2024 agenda for creative sector

Manila Times, 2 October 2023, Philippines

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has developed the agenda for the country's creative industry for 2024, focusing on empowering more creative professionals and businesses in the Philippines.


Cultural courses began in Havana to train more than 100 young people from the Caribbean sponsored by UNESCO-EU scholarships

UNESCO, 2 October 2023, Cuba

The UNESCO Transcultura programme has created a Caribbean Cultural Training Hub to strengthen the capacities of young culture professionals from the region. A total of 132 students, from 17 Caribbean countries, will participate in 11 two-week courses in subjects related to design, music, restoration trades and crafts, thanks to scholarships provided by the programme. The courses will take place between October and November 2023 and will be delivered, in Spanish and English, by 4 Cuban institutions: the Higher Institute of Design, the University of the Arts, the Workshop School of Havana ‘Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos’ and the Cuban Fund of Cultural Assets.


‘Biggest act of copyright theft in history’: thousands of Australian books allegedly used to train AI model

The Guardian, 29 September 2023, Australia

Thousands of books from some of Australia’s most celebrated authors have potentially been caught up in what Booker prize-winning novelist Richard Flanagan has called “the biggest act of copyright theft in history”. The works have allegedly been pirated by the US-based Books3 dataset and used to train generative AI for corporations such as Meta and Bloomberg.


In Wake of Russell Brand Allegations, U.K. to Introduce Independent Body to Address Bullying and Harassment in Creative Industries

The Hollywood Reporter, 29 September 2023, England

Britain will launch a new, independent standards body to help fight bullying and harassment in the creative industries that will be ready starting next year, Lucy Frazer, U.K. secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, announced Friday. The body, the Creative Industries Independent Standards Authority (CIISA), is intended as an authority where concerns over behavior can be raised and investigated confidentially.


Saudi ministry launches Cultural Index for Islamic World

ZAWYA, 28 September 2023, Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Ministry of Culture, in collaboration with the Islamic Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), officially launched the Cultural Index for the Islamic World (CIIW) during the 12th Conference of Ministers of Culture in the Islamic world.


12th Conference of Ministers of Culture in Islamic World Approves Doha Declaration to Renew Cultural Action

Gulf Times, 27 September 2023, Qatar

The declaration emphasized the significance of prioritizing culture as one of the most critical pillars of peace, security and development in its overarching and sustainable dimensions.


Countries That Close Gender Gaps See Substantial Growth Returns

IMF, 27 September 2023, International

Narrowing the gap between the share of men and women who work is one of the very important reforms policymakers can make to revive economies amid the weakest medium-term growth outlook in more than three decades.


EU countries approve Cáceres Declaration for culture to become the 18th SDG

The Diplomat in Spain, 27 September 2023, Spain

The Ministers of Culture of the European Union yesterday approved the Cáceres Declaration, by which they commit to defend culture as “an essential public good and a global public good at the highest political level” and to work to make it the eighteenth Sustainable Development Goal (SDG).


Art Institute school and museum staff win first contract

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, 26 September 2023, USA

More than 500 workers at the Art Institute of Chicago’s museum (AIC) and affiliated school, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), who are members of the Art Institute of Chicago Workers United (AICWU/AFSCME), have won a first contract that not only brings wage increases, but begins to address critical workplace culture issues that have plagued workers for years.


Africa-Europe research cluster on creative economies launched

Rhodes University, 26 September 2023, International

The African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA) and The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities (The Guild) have launched a new Africa-Europe Clusters of Research Excellence (CoRE) on Creative Economies: Cultures, Innovation and Sustainability, which includes Rhodes University.


Creative UK launches £35m fund to boost creative industries sector

Business Leader, 25 September 2023, United Kingdom

Creative UK has today launched a new Creative Industries investment fund to support the UK’s bold ambitions to grow the sector by £50 billion and create one million extra creative jobs by 2030. The £35 million Creative Growth Finance II (CGF II) fund will provide the crucial investment needed to meet the targets set out in the UK government and Creative Industries Council’s recently published Sector Vision.


Croatian museums return art looted during Holocaust to Jewish heir

Artdaily, 24 September 2023, Croatia

Three museums in Zagreb, Croatia, have returned artworks looted from a Jewish businessman, giving them to his grandson after court decisions that resolved a 70-year dispute and paved the way for the first reported Holocaust-era art restitution in Croatia.


Peru: Mincul receives 76 cultural objects repatriated from the Americas and Europe

Andina - Agencia peruana de noticias, 23 September 2023, Peru

The Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has delivered 76 cultural artifacts repatriated from the United States, Belgium, Switzerland, and Argentina to the Ministry of Culture.


UN General Assembly adopts declaration to accelerate SDGs

United Nations News, 18 September 2023, International

Now is the time for a global plan to rescue the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which are woefully off-track halfway towards their 2030 deadline, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Monday in New York.

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Ground-breaking research series on health benefits of the arts

World Health Organization, 25 September 2023, International

WHO and the Jameel Arts & Health Lab have announced a forthcoming Lancet Global Series on the health benefits of the arts. The research collaboration, which kicked off on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), builds on a 2019 WHO report that presented evidence on the role of the arts in improving health and well-being. The report identified the contribution that the arts may have in promoting good health and health equity, preventing illness, and treating acute and chronic conditions across the life-course. These activities can range from dance programmes for people with Parkinson’s Disease, music therapy for pain management, and drama therapy to support social-emotional development, among many others.


New report on development and cultural rights

The United Nations, 22 September 2023, International

We are glad to share with you the latest report of the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights, Ms. Alexandra Xanthaki, which focuses on “Development and cultural rights: the international governance”.


Creative Health Quality Framework Launched

Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance, 20 September 2023, England

The Creative Health Quality Framework, a ground-breaking new tool that clearly articulates what “good” looks like for arts and culture initiatives that aim to support people’s health and wellbeing, will be launched on September 20th by The Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance (CHWA).


Creating Value: Results of the National Arts Participation Survey

Creative Australia, 19 September 2023, Australia

Creating Value: Results of the National Arts Participation Survey is the fifth study in the landmark research series exploring Australians’ engagement with arts and creativity.

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Opportunities and Events


The Missing Foundation report launch

British Council, 25 October 2023, United Kingdom

Book now to join us online on 25 October 2023 for the launch of our thought-provoking new report on culture’s place within and beyond the UN SDGs. The 2022 UNESCO Mondiacult conference classified culture as a ‘global public good’, reinforcing culture’s position in the global development discourse that is expected to grow as we approach the end of the UN’s 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Framework.


Sharing intercultural experiences: The Canadian case in cultural policies and Indigenous knowledge

Canada Council for the Arts, 16 October 2023, Canada

Please join us on October 16, 2023, for a virtual event that will bring together policy makers, activists, and scholars who are interested in the role that public funding for Indigenous arts and cultures can play in the self-determination of Indigenous peoples.


Call for papers for AIMAC 2024 Conference - Deadline: 31 October 2023

AIMAC, 31 October 2023, International

The 17th International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management (AIMAC 2024) will be hosted by ISCTE, University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal from June 24th to 26th, 2024. Researchers are invited to submit proposals for paper presentations. The International Journal of Arts Management – the official Journal of AIMAC – will consider with interest submissions made by conference participants.


ACCES announces conference programme with stellar line-up

Music in Africa, 9-11 November 2023, Tanzania

The 2023 Music In Africa Conference for Collaborations, Exchange and Showcases (ACCES) is excited to announce the release of the upcoming music trade show’s conference programme. ACCES 2023 is taking place in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, from 9 to 11 November.


New ideas for cultural collaboration in non-EU countries: European Spaces of Culture launches call for proposals - closing date: December 17, 2023

EU Neighbours East, 17 December 2023, International

The European Spaces of Culture initiative, co-funded by the European Commission, is looking for new innovative ideas for collaboration in cultural relations in non-EU countries, involving EU National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) members, the EU and local partners outside the EU. The call aims to identify ideas for new cultural relations projects that can contribute to EU policy development in the field of international cultural relations.

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Nuevos sitios en la lista de Patrimonio Mundial, la cultura en la Asamblea de las Naciones Unidas, y avances en la gestión del patrimonio

La 45ª sesión extendida del Comité del Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO celebrada en Riad, Arabia Saudita, el pasado septiembre, marcó un hito significativo al inscribir en la lista del Patrimonio Mundial el mayor número de sitios de las últimas dos décadas. El Comité se reunió de manera presencial por primera vez en cuatro años y añadió 42 nuevos sitios, además de extender cinco de los sitios ya inscritos en la lista. Treinta y tres de los sitios inscritos son culturales y nueve lo son naturales; 15 se encuentran en Europa, 12 en Asia, seis en África, seis en las Américas y tres en Oriente Medio. A su vez, la sesión representa la inscripción de sitios africanos más numerosa durante una sesión del Comité desde 1982.

También se han registrado avances significativos en la repatriación del patrimonio cultural. En el Reino Unido, el Museo de Manchester devolvió formalmente más de 174 objetos del patrimonio cultural a una delegación de mujeres Anindilyakwa de la comunidad de Groote Eylandt, en el Territorio del Norte de Australia, el mes pasado, mientras que los Países Bajos han firmado dos acuerdos con validez legal para devolver artefactos a Sri Lanka este año. Además, la familia del fallecido millonario americano George Lindemann devolvió voluntariamente 33 antigüedades saqueadas a Camboya.

En un intento por gestionar la presión turística y proteger sus enclaves y monumentos históricos, el Ministerio de Cultura griego impuso un límite diario de 20.000 visitantes a la Acrópolis a partir de principios de septiembre de 2023, mientras que Venecia empezará a cobrar una tasa de entrada a visitantes en días de tráfico intenso a partir del año próximo. 

La cultura también ha sido reconocida en la declaración política realizada por los/as líderes/as mundiales en la Semana de Alto Nivel de la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas el mes pasado. La declaración, que tiene como objetivo acelerar los progresos en los 17 objetivos de desarrollo sostenible (ODS) y propone medidas como la reforma del sistema financiero global, también reconoce las lecciones aprendidas de la pandemia del Covid-19 sobre el valor de la cultura y la transformación digital por el desarrollo sostenible. La declaración se produce a mitad de camino en el recorrido hacia la Agenda 2030 de la ONU y reafirma el papel de la cultura como impulsora del desarrollo sostenible.

Noticias de IFACCA

Este mes, IFACCA asistió a El derecho a la Cultura: Congreso de Política Cultural Internacionalque se celebró el 5 de octubre en La Valeta, Malta. El Congreso, organizado por la Asociación de Tendencias y Políticas Culturales (Compendium Association of Cultural Policies and Trends) y por el Consejo de las Artes de Malta, miembro nacional de IFACCA, reunió a responsables de las políticas públicas, investigadores/as, políticos/as, expertos/as, representantes de colectivos artísticos y académicos/as. Anupama Sekhar, directora de Política y Participación de IFACCA, participó en una mesa redonda en el congreso para analizar los papeles de las administraciones, la sociedad civil y los sectores culturales y creativos en la promoción y fortalecimiento de la libertad artística.

Mientras en Chile, la directora ejecutiva de IFACCA Magdalena Moreno Mujica, ofreció una conferencia magistral en la Escuela de Periodismo de la Universidad de Santiago de Chile (USACH) el día 6 de octubre, con el título Cultura en tiempos de crisis: una panorámica internacional de los desafíos y oportunidades en el diseño de políticas culturalesRespondieron a la conferencia los profesores Dr. Tomás Peters (Universidad de Chile) y Dr. Nicolás Del Valle Orellana (Universidad de Santiago,Chile). La conferencia reunió a responsables de  políticas culturales, académicos/as, líderes/as de instituciones culturales y estudiantes. Extractos de la conferencia estarán disponibles próximamente en español.

Este mes de octubre, IFACCA colaborará en la sexta edición de la Cumbre de Cultura 2023 en Abu Dabi, organizada por el Departamento de Cultura y Turismo (DCT), miembro afiliado de IFACCA. La Cumbre de Cultura es una reunión anual organizada por el DCT en colaboración con socios internacionales como la UNESCO, Google, The Economist Events, el Museo de Diseño, el Museo Solomon R. Guggenheim y la Fundación Guggenheim, Recording Academy, y otras organizaciones artísticas, tecnológicas y de medios. Este año, el tema de la Cumbre es Cuestión de tiempo, y analizará nuestra cambiante relación con el tiempo y cómo los cambios en esta relación afectan a la producción, recepción y consumo de la cultura. La Cumbre también abordará el papel de la cultura en la relación entre el pasado, el presente y el futuro.

Una delegación de altos cargos de las instituciones públicas miembros de IFACCA en todo el mundo asistirán a la Cumbre, e IFACCA presentará una mesa redonda con el título Estamos contra el tiempo: Liderando agencias públicas para la cultura en tiempos de policrisis el 30 de octubre. Además, la 70ª reunión de la Junta Directiva de IFACCA se celebrará en Abu Dabi durante la Cumbre.





Horizonte digital iberoamericano: Conectividad, Protección de Datos y Ciberseguridad, Inclusión Digital, Gobierno Digital, Economía Digital y Tecnologías Emergentes

SEGIB - Secretario General Iberoamericano, 10 October 2023, International

La Secretaría General Iberoamericana coordina junto con la Secretaría Pro Témpore de Ecuador los trabajos de implementación de la Carta Iberoamericana de Principios y Derechos en los Entornos Digitales (CIPDED), adoptada por las Jefas y Jefes de Estado y de Gobierno en la XXVIII Cumbre Iberoamericana en marzo de 2023, a través de mesas de trabajo conformadas por representantes de los 22 países iberoamericanos.


Las lenguas indígenas no necesitan ser salvadas, sino habladas, señalan promotores y lingüistas en la 34 FILAH

National Institute of Anthropology and History, 8 October 2023, Mexico

Al inaugurar el Foro Decenio Internacional de las Lenguas Indígenas, en el Museo Nacional de Antropología, los panelistas enfatizaron la necesidad de mejorar o, incluso, crear nuevas políticas lingüísticas adecuadas a los contextos de cada región y de cada grupo indígena.


Chile será sede de la Primera Cumbre Ministerial y de Altas Autoridades sobre la Ética de la Inteligencia Artificial de América Latina y el Caribe

UNESCO, 25 September 2023, Chile

Chile, con el apoyo de CAF y UNESCO, recibirá a ministros, ministras y altas autoridades de más de 30 países de América Latina y el Caribe en un encuentro nunca antes visto en la región. Durante los días 23 y 24 de octubre de 2023 se realizará en Santiago de Chile la primera Cumbre Ministerial y de Altas Autoridades sobre la ética de la Inteligencia Artificial (IA) de América Latina y el Caribe (ALC), cuyo objetivo es intercambiar y elaborar propuestas, desde un espacio político y técnico, respecto al desarrollo ético de la IA en nuestra región.


Comienzan los primeros encuentros de la Consulta Indígena y Afrodescendiente para la nueva Legislación Patrimonial

Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage, Chile, 22 September 2023, Chile

Putre, Huara, Pica, Concepción, Cañete, Quemchi, Ancud, Fresia, Calbuco y Punta Arenas fueron las comunas que albergaron las primeras reuniones de la Consulta Previa Indígena y Afrodescendiente para la nueva Legislación Patrimonial, proceso que está desarrollando el Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio a través del Servicio Nacional del Patrimonio Cultural.


Anuncian la repatriación de 1,294 piezas arqueológicas mexicanas de California, Estados Unidos

Ministry of Culture, 19 September 2023, Mexico

Dentro del marco de cooperación y amistad entre México y Estados Unidos, en especial, California, y en colaboración destacada con el Condado de San Bernardino, el 15 de septiembre de 2023 se formalizó en las instalaciones del Museo del Condado de San Bernardino (MCSB), la entrega de 1,294 piezas arqueológicas precolombinas, provenientes de las diversas culturas del México antiguo, las cuales serán repatriadas a la nación mexicana por la vía diplomática en los próximos días.


El Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte participa en la Feria Internacional del Libro de Nueva York con un amplio programa literario y un homenaje a Lorca

Ministry of Culture and Sport, Spain, 19 September 2023, Spain

El Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte, a través de la Dirección General del Libro, del Cómic y de la Lectura, participa en la Feria Internacional del Libro de la Ciudad de Nueva York (FILNYC) 2023, una cita que celebra y visibiliza la literatura en español en Estados Unidos. El encuentro comienza el 21 de septiembre y dura cuatro días.


Destinan $16.100 millones para fortalecer formación artística y cultural

El Heraldo, 15 September 2023, Colombia

Una convocatoria dirigida a instituciones, colectivos y organizaciones sociales es liderada por el Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y los Saberes para financiar proyectos de formación artística y cultural en el marco de cuatro enfoques: territorial, diversidad e interculturalidad, cultura de paz, pensamientos y saberes artísticos relacionales.


Habilitan inscripción para la conferencia internacional “el liderazgo de los museos en la acción climática”

ITAIPU BINACIONAL, 13 September 2023, Paraguay

El próximo 15 de noviembre se realizará la conferencia internacional denominada “El liderazgo de los museos en la acción climática” y las inscripciones ya se encuentran habilitadas. El evento, de acceso gratuito, es organizado por el Museo de ITAIPU Tierra Guaraní, el Consejo Internacional de Museos (ICOM) y el ICOM Paraguay.


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