Pacific Cultural Council
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as South Pacific Arts Festival Council, under the auspices of D-XD3260 - Pacific Community (SPC) which acts as Secretariat. Previously known as: Council of Pacific Arts -- Conseil des arts du Pacifique and Pacific Arts Council. Present name adopted 2008.
Encourage awareness of a collective voice; foster protection of cultural heritage; explore and encourage creation of new dynamic arts; cultivate global awareness and appreciation of Pacific arts and cultures; promote the Pacific's traditional languages; value the wisdom of the elders; support the aspirations of youth; advocate a culture of peace through dialogue with the cultures of the Pacific; promote cultural development within the social, economic and political development of Pacific countries; encourage indigenous people of the Pacific to continue their efforts for recognition.
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Council is an autonomous entity which meets normally every 2 years, subject to funding, to discuss matters pertaining to the 'Festival of Pacific Arts'. Executive Board develops cultural goals, objectives and policies to present to the Council.
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