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  • Kulturministeriet: Children and Youth Culture
    encounter with arts and culture Art and culture should be part of children s and young people s life from a very early age In an everyday life where much is individualized and measured by utility value we may overlook the real nature of art and culture This is what creates cohesion that which sparks reflection and insight that which gives us the communities which make us who we are and gives us a fundamental common agreement about the meaning of our society One is shaped as a citizen and an equal participant in communities when experiencing art and in dialogue with others reflect on that experience For this reason three separate strategies for pre school children s schoolchildren s and young people s encounter with art and culture have been presented by the Minister for Culture They are intended to be an inspiration for the adults who work with those age groups In order to put the strategies into play a number of new initiatives and models of cooperation between e g schools daycares and cultural institutions are being put into action All with the purpose of developing and strengthening the cultural activities and encounters with art available for children and youth The three strategies include initiatives such as Culture Suitcases Supporting local cultural services Developing best practice catalogues Establishing a digital platform for culture A new and improved children and youth culture portal Read more about the Strategies for Children s and Youth s Encounter with Art and Culture under current themes Network for Children and Culture The Network for Children and Culture is the advisory body of the Minister and the Ministry of Culture for children s culture The network consists of governmental institutions such as the Danish Agency for Culture the Danish Film Institute the Ministry

    Original URL path: http://kum.dk/servicemenu/english/policy-areas/children-and-youth-culture/ (2015-11-26)
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  • Kulturministeriet: Copyright
    part of the knowledge economy Well balanced copyright makes it possible for the authors to earn a living from their works at the same time as securing the access of the general public to a wide range of these works The task of the Ministry of Culture is to contribute to making copyright function as well as possible in practice This work takes its point of departure in a Nordic legal unit and within the framework of EU directives and international conventions concerning the area One of the special features of Danish copyright is the use of extended collective licenses which make it possible to license the use of a large volume of works protected by copyright The extended collective licenses are published on the website of the Ministry of Culture External links stoppiraterne dk Further information on copyright English Copydan Service organisation for five management societies partly in English Koda Society for the rights of composers English Gramex Non profit organisation for musicians English NCB Nordisk Copyright Bureau English Ophavsret dk Council for copyright Danish Rights alliance Confederation of Danish rights holders Danish Medierne dk Forum of Danish Media English WIPO UN organ for international copyright English The European

    Original URL path: http://kum.dk/servicemenu/english/policy-areas/copyright/ (2015-11-26)
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  • Kulturministeriet: Creative and Cultural Businesses
    businesses The creative and cultural businesses are of growing importance for the economy The possibilities of earning money from culture have become better with the development of the experience economy Funds and enterprises want to brand themselves with culture Creative artistic competences can be made use of in the enterprises and help to increase their earnings through design aesthetics enhancing creative and innovative processes etc At the same time the Ministry of Culture is to contribute to developing the business potential in cultural life Cultural businesses such as games film music design etc are independent growth factors which must be given the very best possibilities for growth and development for the benefit of the country as a whole The Centre for Culture and Experience Economy The Centre for Culture and Experience Economy is an independent public institution founded in 2008 by the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Economics and Business Affairs The establishment of the Centre for Culture and Experience Economy is based on a broad political agreement entered in 2007 regarding strengthening the culture and business economy in Denmark The Centre for Culture and Experience Economy works to improve the conditions for growth through better interaction between

    Original URL path: http://kum.dk/servicemenu/english/policy-areas/creative-and-cultural-businesses/ (2015-11-26)
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  • Kulturministeriet: Creative Arts
    and culture Architectual policy European Capital of Culture 2017 Earlier Themes Sitemap Læs siden op Print English Policy Areas Creative Arts Policy Areas Children and Youth Culture Copyright Creative and Cultural Businesses Creative Arts Art Film Cultural cooperation with the local authorities Cultural heritage Education Libraries Media Sport The Danish Language Creative Arts Denmark has a long tradition of support for the arts The church the monarchs and the modern democratic welfare state have found it important to support art and the arts There are different forms of creative art Architecture craft and design Pictorial art Film Literature Music Performing arts The Danish state supports the creative arts in different ways through grants to institutions according to objective criteria or with a point of departure in the arm s length principle The arm s length principle is the principle that the support is not dependent on political priorities but is granted following a specialist evaluation of the applicant s artistic qualities For this reason the task of awarding public support to the creative arts is to a high degree entrusted to independent institutions councils and committees whose members have competencies within the individual art forms The Danish Arts Foundation the

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  • Kulturministeriet: Cultural cooperation with the local authorities
    Print English Policy Areas Cultural cooperation with the local authorities Policy Areas Children and Youth Culture Copyright Creative and Cultural Businesses Creative Arts Cultural cooperation with the local authorities Cultural heritage Education Libraries Media Sport The Danish Language Cultural cooperation with the local authorities The Ministry of Culture plays a part in developing cultural life in the whole of Denmark by supporting local cultural policy initiatives in the Danish municipalities The Ministry of Culture cooperates with the local authorities on work in the area of culture Some of this cooperation takes place through cultural agreements between the Ministry of Culture and the local authorities A cultural agreement is a voluntary agreement entered into by the Ministry of Culture and a group of local authorities The local authorities in the agreement together constitute what is called a cultural region The objective of a cultural agreement is to focus on art and cultural life in the regional area in question and to raise the quality of both established and new cultural services and institutions At the same time a cultural agreement functions as a comprehensive platform from which the cooperation between the state and the municipal cultural authorities can develop The Ministry

    Original URL path: http://kum.dk/servicemenu/english/policy-areas/cultural-cooperation-with-the-local-authorities/ (2015-11-26)
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  • Kulturministeriet: Cultural heritage
    encounter with art and culture Architectual policy European Capital of Culture 2017 Earlier Themes Sitemap Læs siden op Print English Policy Areas Cultural heritage Policy Areas Children and Youth Culture Copyright Creative and Cultural Businesses Creative Arts Cultural cooperation with the local authorities Cultural heritage Listed buildings Museums Ancient monuments Archives Castles palaces and gardens Education Libraries Media Sport The Danish Language Cultural heritage Cultural heritage is our link to the past In Denmark we strive to communicate preserve and explore our cultural heritage for the greatest possible benefit of the population of the country and our guests Familiarity with the cultural heritage provides a good point of departure for understanding the times we live in and knowledge of the cultural heritage gives us the possibility of entering into dialogue with the world around us Denmark has a rich cultural heritage preserved in landscapes and urban environments and in the form of collections at our cultural institutions The ministry s cultural preservation area includes tasks concerning Danish cultural heritage in the broad sense A large part of the Danish cultural heritage is in the country s museums archives palaces and castles and libraries But preservation of the country s ancient

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  • Kulturministeriet: Education
    Ministry of Culture are more than just education institutions of a high international level they also play an important role in the cultural life of Denmark both nationally and locally A number of artistic higher education programmes in Demark are placed under the Ministry of Culture In general the proscribed duration of study for the programmes is between four and six years and they are located at the national institutions of education within the areas of Fine arts Classical and rhythmic music Film Theatre and dance The artistic programmes of higher education are governed through four year political agreements The agreements determine the economic frameworks and overall development objectives for the institutions The goal is for the Danish artistic institutions and programmes of education to be world class and live up to the international standards in the areas of study covered by the programmes The quality of all programmes of education under the Ministry of Culture is ensured in a number of different ways for example through accreditation and the use of external examiners in connection with exams close contact with end users and the institutions own internal quality assurance systems More than and different from other institutions of education The Danish Ministry of Culture sees the artistic education institutions as being something more than and different from other types of education institutions They are also cultural institutions that do not just form a framework for passing on cultural subjects and traditions they also form the framework for the development of practice artistic development research and various forms of dissemination The artistic education institutions play therefore an important role in Danish cultural life both nationally and locally Study programmes under the Ministry of Culture s programmes of further education Enquiries regarding specific study programmes are to be directed to the

    Original URL path: http://kum.dk/servicemenu/english/policy-areas/education/ (2015-11-26)
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  • Kulturministeriet: Libraries
    as a physical place as well as a place for developing new digital services This is reflected in the wide selection of materials that the libraries place at disposal in the form of books periodicals music internet and multimedia The Danish library system The public libraries belong in the area of responsibility of the local authorities and the state s engagement takes the form of responsibility for the Library Act as well as coordinating and developing tasks attended to by the Danish Agency for Culture The Library Act prescribes that there must be a library in every municipality with separate departments for adult literature and children s literature free and equal access for citizens and access to all kinds of media including free internet access This ensures that there is a uniform and high level of service for citizens all over the country Several types of libraries There are different types of libraries in Denmark Every single state school has a school library and there are public libraries in every municipality There are two national state libraries The Royal Library and the State and University Library Their task is to collect and preserve the Danish cultural heritage and make it accessible in the form of published works This includes everything from newspapers and books to photographs and cards in both digital and physical form In addition there are university and academic libraries as well as Denmark s Electronic Research Library All libraries in the country cooperate on loans to users Among other things it is possible to search all library collections in the country through bibliotek dk In practice cooperation between the libraries means that it is possible for all users to order books from all library collections in the state with day to day delivery all over the country

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