Arab Gulf States Folklore Centre
Centre de patrimoine populaire des pays arabes du Golfe
Centro del Patrimonio Popular de los Paises Arabes del Golfo
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1 Mar 1982, Doha. Received independent legal status, Dec 1983. Also referred to as Gulf Cooperation Council Folklore Centre.
Collect, classify and maintain the forms and contents of spontaneous traditional expression in the Gulf region and Arabian Peninsula, in the fields of human linguistic production and cultural creativity in art, music, movement, fine arts and all related traditions; support efforts of organizations and individuals to preserve folklore heritage.
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Board of Directors, consisting of Ministers of Information of each member state. Consultative Committee for Planning and Coordination, composed of Heads of Liaison Offices located in each member state. Director-General; Controller Information and Publications; Heads of Sections.
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