Differing Diversities: Transversal Study on the Theme of Cultural Policy and Cultural Diversity, Deel 569
Council of Europe, 1 jan. 2001 - 201 pagina's
Cultural diversity, in all its forms, poses a challenge to traditional cultural policy. This report discusses the issues of citizenship and the nature of democratic public policy in culturally diverse societies. It takes a comparative international perspective, and focuses on ethnic-based cultural differences. The report considers five policy contexts which have a significant bearing on the general direction of cultural policy, and identifies four principles of cultural entitlements based on heterogeneity. It recommends a number of steps that the Council of Europe and its member states should take in order to further promote cultural diversity.
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The consequences of European media policies and organisational structures
Assessing the implementation of cultural diversity policies
The cultural policies of the European Union and cultural diversity
Cultural planning and cultural diversity
Preserving cultural diversity through the preservation of biological
The project team and consultants
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