Arabische Briefe aus dem 10-16 Jahrhundert by Werner Diem

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Cl/>, accessed 23 October 2005. 24 The Responsive Museum administrative body, which directly funds and administers 25 museums – three nationals and 22 regionals out of the total of 130 museums across the country. One of the main objectives set for these museums is to gradually gain administrative and financial autonomy and to optimize their resources. They are encouraged to add to their core funding by accessing competitive private and governmental resources, such as the National Fund for Regional Development, the Presidential Commission of Infrastructure, Fundación Andes, municipal funds, and FONDART (National Funds for the Arts).

By contrast, in Finland, museums and art galleries come under the Ministry of Education which ‘is responsible for education, science, culture, youth and sports policies. The objective of the Ministry is to provide educational and cultural opportunities for further education and to guarantee the skills needed in the labour market, to strengthen national culture and to promote international cooperation’ [sic]. Botswana’s approach is to place the national museum, art gallery and archives under the Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs.

1998), Building Bridges: Guidance for Museums and Galleries on Developing New Audiences, London: MGC. (Reprinted 2000) Dodd, J. and Sandell, R. (2001), Including Museums: Perspectives on Museums, Galleries and Social Inclusion, Leicester: RCMG. Her Majesty’s Government (1976), Race Relations Act, London: HMSO. 28 The Responsive Museum Her Majesty’s Government (1995), Disability Discrimination Act, London: HMSO. Hooper-Greenhill, E. (1991), Museum and Gallery Education, Leicester: Leicester University Press.

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