Artwatch Africa, monitoring freedom of cultural expression: initial research published
Arterial Network, in line with its mandate of defending artists’ rights, is establishing ArtWatch Africa, a project aimed at monitoring the challenges and constraints on freedom of creative expression in African countries, including the various forms of censorship that prevail in some countries. Following a mapping exercise covering 70% of Africa in 2011 and 2012, Arterial Network released its first preliminary report on the state of freedom of creative expression in Africa in October 2013.
Artwatch Africa project: upholding the value of Freedom of expression
Human Rights, along with cultural and artistic rights, seem initially simple to consider. However, a lot of these rights are regularly infringed, most notably the « liberty of artistic and creative expression ».
Arterial Network is hiring! Project Assistant (Continental Secretariat, Cape Town)
Arterial Network, a dynamic network of individuals, organizations, and institutions engaged in the African creative and cultural sector, is looking for a Project Assistant. The successful applicant will be part of a team based at the continental secretariat in Cape Town, reporting to the General Manager
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#culture2015goal campaign update: pressure on UN debate as zero draft is about to be finalized
2nd Kwara State University Conference on African Cinema (Nigeria): call for papers
Société de Gestion Collective du Droit d’auteur et des Droits voisins (Dakar): looking for Director
New Music Ghana Festival slated for June 2014 with Arterial Network Ghana!
Arterial Network and Artwatch Africa at the 17th edition of the ZIFF (Zanzibar International Film Fe