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UNESCO CONVENTION ON CULTURAL DIVERSITY ... - ITI

UNESCO CONVENTION ON CULTURAL DIVERSITY ... -

UNESCO CONVENTION ON CULTURAL DIVERSITY INTRODUCTION The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is developing an international convention on cultural diversity. In 2001, the Member States of UNESCO adopted a “Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity,” which emphasizes the principles of pluralism, respect for human rights, promotion of creativity, and international solidarity. In an effort to expand upon the Universal Declaration, the General Assembly decided that “the question of cultural diversity as regards the protection of the diversity of cultural contents and artistic expression should be the subject of an international convention.” The Assembly invited UNESCO’s Director General to submit to the General Assembly in 2005 a preliminary report setting out the situation to be regulated and the possible scope of the regulating action proposed, accompanied by a preliminary draft of a convention. In September, the United States, as a Member State of UNESCO, participated in an intergovernmental meeting to discuss general issues regarding a possible convention and to review a draft document. Louise Oliver, US Ambassador to UNESCO, Dr. Robert Martin, Director of IMLS, and Dana Gioia, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts led the U.S. delegation. A drafting committee is now charged with the production of a new document based on comments received from UNESCO’s Member States. As conveyed in the U.S. Principles delineated below, the U.S. Government supports a UNESCO convention on cultural diversity that will expand cultural liberty, without limiting individual choices or stifling creativity and cultural development. U.S. PRINCIPLES Democracy and cultural liberty are vital parts of human development. Cultural diversity flourishes when people are free to make their own choices, including both the choice to preserve traditional values and practices and the choice to pursue new and untried cultural and expressive directions. The role of the state in this enterprise is to provide a nurturing framework that promotes and preserves cultures, but does not command or direct their development, nor the choices of individuals. Human rights and cultural liberty are linked. Policies that deny individuals equality of opportunity or violate human rights diminish the capacity for sustainable cultural and economic development. Culture resides within people and it is therefore migratory and dynamic. While often rooted in community and place, culture is not constrained by political or geographic boundaries. Cultural diversity is fostered by freedom of choice and is maintained through human thought, word, and deed. Cultural diversity will not be either preserved or promoted by policies that seek merely to endorse inherited traditions. In order to thrive, cultures must be dynamic, allowed to change

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    Executive Summary Cultural Diversit

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    Cultural Policies In developing cou

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    1. Limited national market demand,

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    The threats, on the other hand, are

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    International co-operation between

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    TABLE OF CONTENT 1. Executive Summa

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    mechanism, ...) whose have to be se

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    obligations in the new instrument a

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    CHAPTER 1: THE WTO AND AN IICD Intr

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    Application of Sanitary and Phytosa

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    XXI for national security and in Ar

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    negotiations into the midst of wide

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    CHAPTER 2: EVALUATION OF THE INCORP

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    - The issue of cultural diversity i

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    large membership. It would therefor

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    Legal influence: - Once introduced,

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    CHAPTER 4: COMPARISON WITH LEGAL IN

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    - It could be argued that the mecha

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    The implementation of a dispute set

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    PR_INI DE PE 312.571 2/21 RR\312571

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    GESCHÄFTSORDNUNGSSEITE In der Sitz

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    - unter Hinweis auf seine Entschlie

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    kulturelle Vielfalt im Rahmen der U

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    Rahmen der Programme Kultur 2000, J

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    und audiovisuellen Bereich und mög

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    Mandat zu erteilen, durch das die K

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    überzeugen, dass die kulturelle Vi

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    eine Wahl, die von immer mehr Länd

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    SCHLUSSFOLGERUNGEN Der Ausschuss f

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    ASSEMBLÉE DES RÉGIONS D’EUROPE

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    - 3 - ARE-AER-VRE 4. Wir sind uns b

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    - 5 - ARE-AER-VRE 19. Wir sind der

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    RAT DER EUROPÄISCHEN UNION Brüsse

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    1. HINTERGRUND Die kulturelle Vielf

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    und Außenpolitik multilaterale Abk

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    Als Ziele der normativen Tätigkeit

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    - Schaffung einer Anlaufstelle und

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    ERSTER ENTWURF EINER ERKLÄRUNG IM

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    Sehr geehrte Frau Ministerin, Sehr

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    Filmfestivals in diesen Teilen der

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    SCHLUSSFOLGERUNGEN Der Ausschuss f

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    ASSEMBLÉE DES RÉGIONS D’EUROPE

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    - 3 - Die Debatte im Vorstand ließ

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    - 1- CULTURE AS AN ENGINE FOR ECONO

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    - 3- This means that the public rei

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    - 5- • Incentives for demand: As

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    - 2 - We reaffirm that the safeguar

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    - 4 - We share the conviction that

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    CIVIL SOCIETY CONSULTATION WORKSHOP

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    - 5 - In Topic 2: The challenges fa

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    - 7 - protection, always in a frame

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    ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES Int

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    - 3 - • Establishing a program to

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    La diversité culturelle dans les p

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    Development Policy Research Unit (D

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    l’épanouissement de la culture s

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    pour assurer la protection des éco

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    promotion et de préservation de la

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    culturel ou du commerce d’artefac

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    produits culturels, mais contribue

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    importante l’appauvrissement prog

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    45. En Afrique du Sud, le répertoi

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    législatif et à la mise sur pied

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    eprésentations se tiennent habitue

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    contribué de façon importante à

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    67. La radiodiffusion est une indus

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    suivante : on échange du temps pub

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    les produits de créneaux spéciali

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    d’achat de ses habitants 29 . Mê

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    les Africains exportent plus de con

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    100. À l’exception de l’Angola

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    d’émissions importées des État

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    invalidant qui divise un pays et le

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    chauvinisme culturel des politiques

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    distribution au hasard et la disper

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    Projet d’instrument juridique int

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    Projet d’instrument juridique int

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    Projet d’instrument juridique int

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    Projet d’instrument juridique int

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    Toward a 21st century of greater pr

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    41. Increased encounters between di

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    nouvel aspect du pluralisme culture

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    8) Diffuser entre les organismes si

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    - 2 - - sind der Auffassung, dass d

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