Cultural diversity

News Releases / Speeches / Declarations

In this section, you can consult Québec Government news releases, speeches, declarations, and statements on cultural diversity. The section also includes declarations about cultural diversity issued by various international forums and organizations.

  • Vol. 5, no 37 — 2005-12-19
    With the adoption of the UNESCO Convention, the INCD and culture ministers in the INCP are moving into a new phase: “We must work for the implementation of the Convention and to find concrete ways to make it effective as a political and development tool”

  • Vol. 5, no 37 — 2005-12-19
    UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions - The fight continues: “We must work extremely hard to sustain momentum for ratification”

  • Vol. 5, no 37 — 2005-12-19
    23è Sommet Afrique-France: “We must speed up the ratification process for the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions”

  • Vol. 5, no 36 — 2005-12-05
    Le combat pour la diversité culturelle continue: "Nous pouvons tous nous réjouir de l’adoption de la Convention sur la diversité des expressions culturelles, mais les prochaines étapes sont toutes aussi cruciales"

  • Vol. 5, no 36 — 2005-12-05
    The 8th INCP Annual Ministerial Meeting wants the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions to enter into force as soon as possible – Dakar, November 21, 2005

  • Vol. 5, no 36 — 2005-12-05
    Germany: The new government puts accent on promoting culture

  • Vol. 5, no 36 — 2005-12-05
    Cuba speaks out for the preservation of cultural diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 36 — 2005-12-05
    Morocco: A International Convention to protect cultural diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 36 — 2005-12-05
    China: Cultural diversity is the cornerstone of a harmonious world

  • Vol. 5, no 35 — 2005-11-25
    Canada ratifies the UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions and joins Québec in leading the ratification campaign

  • Vol. 5, no 35 — 2005-11-25
    Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) calls for ratification of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 35 — 2005-11-25
    The International Network on Cultural Policy (INCP) promotes ratification of the UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 35 — 2005-11-25
    “Shaping the Future through Knowledge”: UNESCO welcomes endorsement of freedom of expression, cultural diversity, and access to information at WSIS

  • Vol. 5, no 35 — 2005-11-25
    CMSI-II: “For a balanced, interdependent, and tolerant knowledge society”

  • Vol. 5, no 35 — 2005-11-25
    CMSI-II: “Cultural identity and freedom of expression are fundamental values”

  • Vol. 5, no 35 — 2005-11-25
    APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) mobilizes for WTO: “Restart free trade negotiations”

  • Vol. 5, no 34 — 2005-11-14
    The UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions is adopted: “Quebec leads ratification campaign!”

  • Vol. 5, no 34 — 2005-11-14
    The UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions: Its Meaning to Québec

  • Vol. 5, no 34 — 2005-11-14
    Study by Ivan Bernier: “Implementation of the Convention of the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions,” November 2005 – 2005/11

  • Vol. 5, no 34 — 2005-11-14
    “La diversité culturelle en questions” (Questions about cultural diversity)

  • Vol. 5, no 34 — 2005-11-14
    Television Across Europe: Regulation, Policy, and Independence—“European cultural diversity threatened”

  • Vol. 5, no 34 — 2005-11-14
    The Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions and the Future of the Arts—“Cultural diversity is an ongoing battle”

  • Vol. 5, no 33 — 2005-11-07
    La Convention de l’UNESCO sur la diversité des expressions culturelles est adoptée: " La bataille est loin d’être terminée. La campagne de ratification ne fait que commencer! "

  • Vol. 5, no 33 — 2005-11-07
    Adoption de la Convention sur la diversité des expressions culturelles à l’UNESCO: " Le combat commence maintenant. Il va falloir que cette convention soit ratifiée par le plus grand nombre de pays possible "

  • Vol. 5, no 33 — 2005-11-07
    L’adoption de la Convention sur la diversité des expressions culturelles à l’UNESCO: " La diversité culturelle est menacée par la monoculture "

  • Vol. 5, no 33 — 2005-11-07
    Adoption de la Convention sur la diversité des expressions culturelles à l’UNESCO : "Défendons la diversité culturelle!"

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Coalitions for Cultural Diversity Hail Adoption of UNESCO Convention on Cultural Diversity; Urge Countries to Ratify on Urgent Basis

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    The International Network for Cultural Diversity ( INCD) celebrates adoption of UNESCO Convention on the diversity of cultural expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO: “ La Francophonie takes action”

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption of the Convention of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO : “A first of its kind in international relations, and the basis of a new pillar of world governance in cultural matters”

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    La Francophonie welcomes the adoption of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions by UNESCO and calls for speedy ratification

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption de la Convention sur la diversité des expressions culturelles à l’UNESCO : "Cette Convention aura un impact sur la protection de la diversité culturelle "

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO: “The fight for cultural diversity is not over. There are still battles to wage and efforts to give”

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO: “The Convention acknowledges our culture and protects its practitioners”

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO: “Cultural diversity gains force of law”

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO: “ To allow states to support their movie industry ”

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO: “A first major victory for Québec diplomacy”

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO : French “ingenuity” questioned

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO: “The United States could try to prevent states from ratifying the Convention, or “make sure states do not abuse it.”

  • Vol. 5, no 32 — 2005-10-30
    Adoption of the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO: “ American solitude ”

  • Vol. 5, no 31 — 2005-10-24
    Cultural diversity now considered a “common heritage of humanity” and its “defense as an ethical imperative, inseparable from respect for human dignity”

  • Vol. 5, no 31 — 2005-10-24
    Adoption of the Convention of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at UNESCO: “A historic victory in the campaign to protect the right of nations to set their own cultural policies”

  • Vol. 5, no 31 — 2005-10-24
    Québec to approve UNESCO Convention of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 31 — 2005-10-24
    The National Assembly of Québec hails adoption of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 31 — 2005-10-24
    UNESCO adopts the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions: “Canada will move quickly to ratify the Convention and will continue to play a leadership role to ensure that the Convention is ratified by the largest possible number of UNESCO member

  • Vol. 5, no 31 — 2005-10-24
    Adoption of the UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions: “This is a major step forward in a world in need of protecting cultural diversity and requiring a dialog of cultures that is respectful of all”

  • Vol. 5, no 31 — 2005-10-24
    Adoption of the UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions: This text inscribes into international law the diversity, equality, and dignity of cultures and hence the right of states to take measures in support of cultural policies

  • Vol. 5, no 31 — 2005-10-24
    Adoption of the UNESCO Convention of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions: An historic achievement

  • Vol. 5, no 31 — 2005-10-24
    33rd UNESCO General Conference: Overwhelming support for the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 31 — 2005-10-24
    The United States strenuously opposes the United Nations’ newly approved convention on cultural diversity: “The convention could block free exchange of ideas. It could be manipulated and abused to undermine, rather than promote, cultural diversity”

  • Vol. 5, no 30 — 2005-10-17
    The UNESCO Draft Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions : "A precondition to the emergence of viable cultural industries"

  • Vol. 5, no 30 — 2005-10-17
    The Draft Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions within UNESCO : " It is up to our generation today to inscribe in international law that works of art and the mind cannot be treated as mere goods "

  • Vol. 5, no 30 — 2005-10-17
    The UNESCO Draft Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions at t he Franco-Québec Meeting on the Democratization of Culture

  • Vol. 5, no 30 — 2005-10-17
    Convention on the diversity of cultural expressions: Artists from all over the world committed to support the future UNESCO Convention on cultural diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 29 — 2005-10-11
    The Draft Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions to the 33rd session of the UNESCO General Conference: " I t is now up to the member states to assume their responsibility"

  • Vol. 5, no 29 — 2005-10-11
    The 33rd UNESCO General Conference: For the of the Draft Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions by the widest possible margin

  • Vol. 5, no 29 — 2005-10-11
    Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions : "I urge you to encourage your governments to support the adoption at the General Conference in October of the draft Convention"

  • Vol. 5, no 29 — 2005-10-11
    Canada Will Speak With One Voice on Cultural Diversity At UNESCO General Conference: Ottawa Roundtable on Cultural Diversity Confirms Unequivocal Support of Civil Society and urge UNESCO and the entire international community to adopt the draft Conventio

  • Vol. 5, no 29 — 2005-10-11
    The Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions and the Future of the Arts - Namur Declaration

  • Vol. 5, no 29 — 2005-10-11
    The UNESCO convention on the diversity of cultural expressions: "Culture is not a commodity"

  • Vol. 5, no 28 — 2005-09-26
    Preliminary draft Convention on the Diversity of cultural expressions : The 172nd session of UNESCO’s Executive Board recommends that the General Conference at its 33rd session consider the said preliminary draft as a draft Convention and adopt it as a U

  • Vol. 5, no 28 — 2005-09-26
    At the UNESCO General Conference in October 2005, Switzerland will announce its support for the adoption of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 28 — 2005-09-26
    Countdown to the UNESCO General Conference: Supporters on track for strong adoption vote on Convention, but U.S. dilute and delay tactics may yield challenging ratification climate

  • Vol. 5, no 28 — 2005-09-26
    The Buenos Aires Declaration: Coalitions for cultural diversity urge adoption of Convention, launch plans for international federation

  • Vol. 5, no 28 — 2005-09-26
    TV5 World, a valuable tool for cultural diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 28 — 2005-09-26
    The impact of new technology on government cultural policies

  • Vol. 5, no 27 — 2005-09-19
    Mission Québec - Chine 2005: Québec and China discuss adoption of the UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions in October 2005

  • Vol. 5, no 27 — 2005-09-19
    5th Francophone Conference of INGOs: “The struggle to uphold cultural diversity is at the very core of our concerns, because cultural pluralism is a cornerstone of peace, and one of the ways to control globalization.”

  • Vol. 5, no 26 — 2005-09-12
    The State Department of the USA held a second public briefing to discuss their work in the negotiations of the UNESCO Convention on Cultural Diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 26 — 2005-09-12
    “The UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions is very much in Australia’s best interests: Prior to a vote for its adoption by the UNESCO General Conference in October 2005 and early ratification by the Aus

  • Vol. 5, no 26 — 2005-09-12
    Protecting Europe’s cultural diversity: Media, Entertainment and Arts trade unionists call for steps to protect cultural diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 26 — 2005-09-12
    Diversity of cultural expressions: France asks WTO to stay out of debate

  • Vol. 5, no 25 — 2005-09-06
    Plan d'action NEPAD-C NEPAD-Culture Action Plan : The ECOWAS Ministers of Culture renew their wholeheartedly support to the UNESCO’sulture: Les ministres de la Culture de la CEDEAO renouvellent leur indéfectible soutien au projet de Convention de l'UNESC

  • Vol. 5, no 25 — 2005-09-06
    "W ork to strengthen support for the Convention on Cultural Diversity in view of its adoption by the UNESCO General Conference in October 2005"

  • Vol. 5, no 24 — 2005-07-25
    UNESCO Convention: “Focus Now on Building Strong Vote for Adoption in October” – The mobilization in Canada

  • Vol. 5, no 24 — 2005-07-25
    Cultural Diversity and Promotion of European and Independent Audiovisual Production

  • Vol. 5, no 24 — 2005-07-25
    “We are facing an immediate challenge, and I ask you to continue to rally around it as enthusiastically as possible: The adoption of the convention on cultural diversity at the UNESCO General Conference in October 2005”

  • Vol. 5, no 23 — 2005-07-18
    “The fight for cultural diversity is part of a global framework”

  • Vol. 5, no 23 — 2005-07-18
    UNESCO Convention: “Creating conditions conducive to maintaining cultural diversity in terms of identity and trade”

  • Vol. 5, no 23 — 2005-07-18
    UNESCO Convention: "The time for negotiations is over. Energies should now shift to building the support to ensure that the convention is approved by the required majority for its adoption at the General Conference in October"

  • Vol. 5, no 23 — 2005-07-18
    Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions – RIDC statement

  • Vol. 5, no 23 — 2005-07-18
    CRA/ADC takes a stand on the draft Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 23 — 2005-07-18
    Coalitions being created, joining together, and rallying to influence UNESCO’s ongoing negotiations on the Convention on cultural diversity and obtain a text that protects the States’ right to develop genuine cultural policies

  • Vol. 5, no 23 — 2005-07-18
    Negotiations on Audiovisual Services at WTO: “We express great concern over efforts by some key participants in the negotiations to create an a priori exclusion for such an important sector”

  • Vol. 5, no 22 — 2005-07-11
    The German Commission for UNESCO adopts a resolution calling on the German government to throw its support behind the adoption of the UNESCO draft Convention on Cultural Diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 22 — 2005-07-11
    Signature of a new agreement: PAF and UNESCO formally reinforce their level of cooperation in order to contribute to the promotion of cultural diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 22 — 2005-07-11
    The contribution of the Francophonie to cultural diversity in the globalization movement

  • Vol. 5, no 22 — 2005-07-11
    Canada releases revised offer in WTO services negotiations that excludes any commitment to broaden access to cultural markets

  • Vol. 5, no 21 — 2005-07-04
    Meeting of the Ministers of Culture of the European Union: "Culture has much to contribute to build, to forge and to continue to make the Union closer between the people"

  • Vol. 5, no 21 — 2005-07-04
    Convención de UNESCO: Chile votará por la diversidad cultural

  • Vol. 5, no 21 — 2005-07-04
    The Swiss Commission for UNESCO informs the civil society on the adoption of the draft Convention for the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 21 — 2005-07-04
    "We will have a crucial role to play before final adoption of the Convention: continue our efforts and intensify them in order to achieve maximum support from UNESCO member countries"

  • Vol. 5, no 20 — 2005-06-27
    6th General Assembly of the Parliamentary Confederation of the Americas (COPA) – Declaration on Protection of Cultural Diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 19 — 2005-06-20
    "The talks established broad international support for the draft Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, but we must redouble our efforts to preserve our strategic advantage"

  • Vol. 5, no 19 — 2005-06-20
    Momentum Building for Convention to Protect Cultural Diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 19 — 2005-06-20
    International Meeting of Culture Ministers in Madrid – The Madrid Declaration in support of cultural diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 19 — 2005-06-20
    A decisive step towards Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 19 — 2005-06-20
    The future UNESCO Convention on the protection and promotion of cultural diversity: A successful third meeting of experts in Paris

  • Vol. 5, no 19 — 2005-06-20
    The French Coalition Hail Successful Conclusion of UNESCO Negotiations for Treaty on Cultural Diversity in spite of the hostility of the United States

  • Vol. 5, no 18 — 2005-06-13
    “This is an important step forward, but we must continue to push for a convention on the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions”

  • Vol. 5, no 18 — 2005-06-13
    Cultural diversity: a major step towards the adoption of a UNESCO Convention

  • Vol. 5, no 18 — 2005-06-13
    Reaching an agreement on cultural diversity: "A Victory for Canada and Cultural Diversity"

  • Vol. 5, no 18 — 2005-06-13
    Intergovernmental Meeting of Experts at UNESCO on the draft Convention on cultural diversity – Statement of the Quai d'Orsay's spokesperson

  • Vol. 5, no 18 — 2005-06-13
    Canada’s Cultural Organizations Hail Successful Conclusion of UNESCO Negotiations for Treaty on Cultural Diversity, Urge Its Adoption at October General Conference

  • Vol. 5, no 18 — 2005-06-13
    "Fostering a dialog of cultures and the protection of cultural diversity and the UNESCO’s commitment to the promotion of the fruitful diversity of cultures"

  • Vol. 5, no 17 — 2005-06-06
    "Implement a true policy of culture, with a view to preserving cultural identities" - Message to UNESCO by the Pope Benedict XVI – 2005/06/03

  • Vol. 5, no 17 — 2005-06-06
    Europe Day: European film and the information society - Cannes Declaration

  • Vol. 5, no 17 — 2005-06-06
    Outlook and challenges for the European film industry: Europe’s 25 film agencies speak with a single voice at Cannes

  • Vol. 5, no 16 — 2005-05-30
    UNESCO – Third session of the Intergovernmental Meeting of Experts : " That this meeting reflects the involvement of governments—an open, generous involvement and awareness of the challenges facing cultural diversity "

  • Vol. 5, no 16 — 2005-05-30
    UNESCO and World Summit on the Information Society: Cultural Diversity in Knowledge Societies - E xpert meeting

  • Vol. 5, no 15 — 2005-05-24
    World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development 2005 : what is our duty?

  • Vol. 5, no 15 — 2005-05-24
    UNESCO - May 25 to June 4, 2005: Third session of the Intergovernmental Meeting of Experts

  • Vol. 5, no 15 — 2005-05-24
    Cultural diversity : " Strengthen the international community's support for the UNESCO draft Convention on the Protection of the Diversity of Cultural Content and Artistic Expression"

  • Vol. 5, no 15 — 2005-05-24
    UNESCO draft Convention: " The commitment and voices of all will be crucial in determining the success of this common endeavor "

  • Vol. 5, no 14 — 2005-05-16
    La diversité culturelle : un nouvel élément du droit international - Déclaration de Madrid

  • Vol. 5, no 14 — 2005-05-16
    RIPC : « Intensifier la sensibilisation des gouvernements et des opinions publiques à la nécessité d’aboutir à l’adoption de la Convention UNESCO en 2005 »

  • Vol. 5, no 14 — 2005-05-16
    Avant-projet de convention de l’UNESCO – Texte consolidé du Président de la réunion intergouvernementale : Message de la société civile suisse à l’administration fédérale

  • Vol. 5, no 14 — 2005-05-16
    La Francophonie invitée à l'OMC à l'occasion de son 10e anniversaire

  • Vol. 5, no 13 — 2005-05-09
    The Convention on the Protection of the Diversity of Cultural Contents and Artistic Expressions : " a crucial issue for our governments and for civil society "

  • Vol. 5, no 13 — 2005-05-09
    " C ulture is a fundamental cornerstone of European construction and a precondition for its success "

  • Vol. 5, no 13 — 2005-05-09
    The combat for the cultural diversity : "Face the challenges of a world that must find unity in its own diversity"

  • Vol. 5, no 12 — 2005-05-02
    The 171st session of UNESCO’s Executive Board : The third session of the Intergovernmental Meeting on the Draft Convention will be taken place in Paris from May 25 through June 4, 2005

  • Vol. 5, no 12 — 2005-05-02
    Cultural diversity at UNESCO: what is the position of French-speaking countries?

  • Vol. 5, no 12 — 2005-05-02
    The MPs of the APF adopt a declaration in favour of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Diversity of Cultural Contents and Artistic Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 12 — 2005-05-02
    UNESCO proclams Montreal " World Book Capital City "

  • Vol. 5, no 12 — 2005-05-02
    The permanent delegation of the Vatican at UNESCO supports the “felicitous initiative of a draft Convention on the protection of the Diversity of cultural content and artistic expression"

  • Vol. 5, no 11 — 2005-04-25
    The 171 st session of UNESCO’s Executive Board : Report by the Director-General on the Draft Convention on the Protection of the Diversity of Cultural Contents and Artistic Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 11 — 2005-04-25
    " Cultural Diversity : A New Pillar of the International Legal System "

  • Vol. 5, no 11 — 2005-04-25
    " To influence UNESCO’s ongoing negotiations on the Convention on cultural diversity and obtain a text that protects the States’ right to develop genuine cultural policies "

  • Vol. 5, no 11 — 2005-04-25
    23 April 2005 - World Book and Copyright Day : " A link in favour of cultural diversity"

  • Vol. 5, no 11 — 2005-04-25
    Intellectual Property and collective administration of copyright and neighbouring rights : " Provide more reassurance to creators and ensure cultural diversity "

  • Vol. 5, no 10 — 2005-04-18
    UNESCO draft Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions :"G uarantee the right of States to implement cultural policies preserving the diversity of their supply "

  • Vol. 5, no 10 — 2005-04-18
    New assistance fund for innovation in television: a commitment to support Cultural diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 9 — 2005-04-11
    EBU Briefing Paper on the UNESCO draft Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 9 — 2005-04-11
    Consultation of Swiss civil society on the UNESCO preliminary draft Convention on the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural contents and artistic expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 9 — 2005-04-11
    Cultural Diversity and media pluralism in the age of globalization : 7 th European Ministerial Conference on Mass Media Policy in Europe

  • Vol. 5, no 9 — 2005-04-11
    Cultural Diversity and Dialogue among Civilizations : a necessary condition to improve international relations and development

  • Vol. 5, no 9 — 2005-04-11
    Free Culture - How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity

  • Vol. 5, no 8 — 2005-04-04
    Paris Conference for a Europe of Culture: A true European discussion among artists, intellectuals and cultural officials

  • Vol. 5, no 7 — 2005-03-28
    The 171st UNESCO Executive Board and the European Community’s participation in the upcoming negotiations on the Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 7 — 2005-03-28
    Supporting UNESCO in the intergovernmental approval process of the Convention on Cultural Diversity: I nternational Meeting of the Ministers of culture in Madrid

  • Vol. 5, no 7 — 2005-03-28
    Protecting cultural diversity in Europe: European heads of state call for major revisions to the draft Bolkestein directive

  • Vol. 5, no 6 — 2005-03-20
    Canada Continues Push for Focused UNESCO Convention

  • Vol. 5, no 6 — 2005-03-20
    Round II of UNESCO Talks : An Interesting Proposal from the EU !

  • Vol. 5, no 6 — 2005-03-20
    Round II of UNESCO Talks : Coalitions Present Joint Position During UNESCO Debates

  • Vol. 5, no 6 — 2005-03-20
    Cultural diversity: A priority for France!

  • Vol. 5, no 5 — 2005-02-21
    UNESCO debates cultural diversity - Obstacles continue to threaten the adoption of a convention

  • Vol. 5, no 5 — 2005-02-21
    UNESCO draft convention: Line Beauchamp raises awareness about cultural diversity

  • Vol. 5, no 5 — 2005-02-21
    Preserving cultural diversity: La Francophonie seeks allies

  • Vol. 5, no 4 — 2005-02-07
    Draft Convention on the protection of cultural contents and artistic expressions under debate at UNESCO

  • Vol. 5, no 4 — 2005-02-07
    The Belgian cultural sector mobilizes to support the UNESCO's draft Convention on the Protection of the Diversity of Cultural Contents and Artistic Expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 4 — 2005-02-07
    Protecting cultural production: Representatives of professional organizations of the culture of 21 country mobilize themselves

  • Vol. 5, no 4 — 2005-02-07
    Cultural diversity in the face of globalization?

  • Vol. 5, no 3 — 2005-01-31
    Stakes of the UNESCO's draft Convention on the protection of cultural contents and artistic expressions

  • Vol. 5, no 3 — 2005-01-31
    Projet de Convention sur la diversité culturelle - la société civile suisse est préoccupée

  • Vol. 5, no 3 — 2005-01-31
    La Chine et la France apportent leur soutien à l'avant-projet de Convention sur la diversité culturelle

  • Vol. 5, no 3 — 2005-01-31
    Le Saint-Siège donne son soutien entier à la future Convention de l'UNESCO sur la diversité des expressions culturelles

  • Vol. 5, no 2 — 2005-01-24
    « Mondialisation et diversité culturelle »: La société civile américaine soutient l’avant-projet de Convention de l’UNESCO sur la diversité des expressions culturelles.

  • Vol. 5, no 2 — 2005-01-24
    Les PIED apportent leur soutien à l’avant-projet de convention de l’UNESCO

  • Vol. 5, no 2 — 2005-01-24
    Le Sénégal prône l'adoption d'une convention sur la diversité culturelle

  • Vol. 5, no 2 — 2005-01-24
    « L'année 2005 sera décisive pour notre combat pour la reconnaissance de la diversité culturelle et des droits des artistes »

  • Vol. 5, no 1 — 2005-01-17
    Convention de l'UNESCO sur la diversité des expressions culturelles: « Il faut obtenir un poids équivalent aux accords de commerce »