The Seventh Report on Cultural Policy in the Arab Region 2015

As part of the Cultural Policy in the Arab Region programme, Ettijahat- Independent Culture has released its seventh annual report, which commenced in 2009. The report examines development in twenty-two countries since 2015 by examining cultural policy on a local level in each country and the work of several national groups devoted to cultural policy which collaborate between several countries.

In Numbers: The Sixth Report on Cultural Policy in the Arab Region 2014

The report shows the most important and prominent figures and statistics on cultural policy in the Arab region from 1 January until 31 December 2014. Jordan has moved back in 2014 to being ranked 197th worldwide in regards to freedom of the press and publications. Tunis issued a new law (#59) to regulate registration and publishing procedures and all artistic works.

The Sixth Report on Cultural Policy in the Arab Region 2014

The report provides a prospective for the year 2014. The first chapter includes three sections: The first section is designated to political, legislative, and governmental developments that directly or indirectly affect cultural policy. The second section is about civil society and public freedom, focusing on the effectiveness of independent institutions and initiatives at the community level.

The Fifth Report on Cultural Policy in the Arab Region 2014

"Ettijahat- Independent Culture" has completed its fifth periodic report on cultural policy in the Arab region. The report monitors current developments in 9 Arab states (Palestine, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania, Egypt, and Yemen) in the period between January 1st and June 30th 2014. It consists of a general overview of the cultural policy scene on the national level in each country.

The fourth report on cultural policy in the Arab region 2013

The fourth report monitors the developments in cultural policy in the Arab region in the following countries: (Morocco, Jordan, Yemen, Egypt, Lebanon, Algeria, Mauritania, Syria and Palestine)‬. The report covers several points and developments in the aforementioned countries, such as the Yemeni Council of Ministers adopting a new cultural policy.

The Third report on cultural policy in the Arab region 2013

The third annual report monitors the developments in 10 Arab countries during the period between 1st of January and the 30th of June 2013, and focuses on two aspects:‬ • Following developments taking place on the national level‬ • Monitoring the development of national workgroups in each of the countries covered‬ This report is considered the most extensive since periodical reports on the cultural policy in the Arab region first began to be issued.

The Second report on cultural policy in the Arab region 2012

This report was prepared by "Ettijahat- Independent culture", within the framework of the cooperation agreement signed by Ettijahat and al-Mawrid Cultural Institution, and with support provided by " The European Cultural Foundation". The goal of the report is to monitor the actual development of national workgroups for cultural policy in the following countries: Syria, Algeria, Morocco and Egypt.

The First report on cultural policy in the Arab region 2012

This report was prepared by "Ettijahat- Independent culture", within the framework of the cooperation agreement signed by Ettijahat and al-Mawrid Cultural Institution, and with support provided by " The European Cultural Foundation". The goal of the report is to monitor the actual development of national workgroups for cultural policy in the following countries: Syria, Algeria, Morocco and Egypt.


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