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Sycultour

UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expression

“Cultural diversity” refers to the manifold ways in which the cultures of groups and societies find expression. These expressions are passed on within and among groups and societies. Cultural diversity is made manifest not only through the varied ways in which the cultural heritage of humanity is expressed, augmented and transmitted through the variety of cultural expressions, but also through diverse modes of artistic creation, production, dissemination, distribution and enjoyment, whatever the means and technologies used. “Cultural expressions” are those expressions that result from the creativity of individuals, groups and societies, and that have cultural content. “Cultural content” refers to the symbolic meaning, artistic dimension and cultural values that originate from or express cultural identities. “Cultural activities, goods and services” refers to those activities, goods and services, which at the time they are considered as a specific attribute, use or purpose, embody or convey cultural expressions, irrespective of the commercial value they may have. Cultural activities may be an end in themselves, or they may contribute to the production of cultural goods and services.

Definition of cultural value in the instrument

“Cultural diversity” refers to the manifold ways in which the cultures of groups and societies find expression. These expressions are passed on within and among groups and societies. Cultural diversity is made manifest not only through the varied ways in which the cultural heritage of humanity is expressed, augmented and transmitted through the variety of cultural expressions, but also through diverse modes of artistic creation, production, dissemination, distribution and enjoyment, whatever the means and technologies used. “Cultural expressions” are those expressions that result from the creativity of individuals, groups and societies, and that have cultural content. “Cultural content” refers to the symbolic meaning, artistic dimension and cultural values that originate from or express cultural identities. “Cultural activities, goods and services” refers to those activities, goods and services, which at the time they are considered as a specific attribute, use or purpose, embody or convey cultural expressions, irrespective of the commercial value they may have. Cultural activities may be an end in themselves, or they may contribute to the production of cultural goods and services.

Responsible

Parties, artists and cultural professionals, civil society and the private sector

Strengths

Recognize economical as well as cultural nature of cultural goods. Encourages the development of partnerships, between and within the public and private sectors and non-profit organizations, in order to cooperate with developing countries in the enhancement of their capacities in the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions. It supports cooperation for sustainable development and poverty reduction, especially in relation to the specific needs of developing countries.In the framework of this Convention a special International Fund for Cultural Diversity has been established.

Weaknesses

Terms 'cultural expression' and 'cultural goods, services and activities' are very loose and undefined in the Convention - it is not clear what exactly is meant by these terms.


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