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Recommendation Concerning the Status of the Artist 27 October 1980

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This chapter presents a recommendation, concerning the status of the artist, adopted by the General Conference of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), meeting in Belgrade, held on 27 October 1980. Member States should bring this Recommendation to the attention of authorities, institutions and organizations in a position to contribute to improvement of the status of the artist and to foster the participation of artists in cultural life and development. Member States should encourage all activities designed to highlight the action of artists for cultural development, including in particular activities carried out by the mass media and the educational system, and for the employment of leisure for cultural purposes. Member States should promote and protect the status of artists by considering artistic activity, including innovation and research, as a service to the community.

Keywords: artistic activity; UNESCO



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