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Recommendation Concerning the International Standardization of Statistics on the Public Financing of Cultural Activities 27 October 1980

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This chapter presents a recommendation, concerning the international standardization of statistics on the public financing of cultural activities, 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 forward to UNESCO, by the dates and in the form it shall prescribe, reports concerning action taken by them upon this Recommendation. This Recommendation relates to statistics designed to provide standardized information in each Member State on the financing of cultural activities through public expenditure. The functions according to which public expenditure on cultural activities is classified should correspond to the categories into which the cultural field has been subdivided: cultural heritage, printed material and literature, music, performing arts, plastic arts, cinema and photography, radio and television, sociocultural activities, sports and games, nature and environment, and general administration of culture and non-apportionable activities.

Keywords: cultural heritage; international standardization; UNESCO



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