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Organizations relating to Arts

Society for Asian Art / Est. 1958
European Visual Arts Centre
Asia-Pacific Performing Arts Network / Est. 1999
International Society for Education through Art / Est. 1954
Youth Association for a Traditional Europe / Est. 1980
Nordisk Judo Union
Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art
Women's Association for Natural Medicine Therapy / Est. 1995
Union européenne des méthodes traditionnelles vietnamiennes - Qwan Ki Do-Quan Khi Dao, Tam The, Co Vo Dao et disciplines affinitaires / Est. 1995
Fédération mondiale des docteurs d'état et diplômés des universités de France / Est. 2004
Physicians for Human Rights - South Africa
Iberoamerican University of Science and Arts, Santiago
Royal Australasian College of Physicians / Est. 1938
International Practical Shooting Confederation / Est. 1976
European Wushu Kungfu Federation / Est. 1985
International Convention of Puppetry Schools / Est. 1990
Caribbean Arts Organization
Association internationale des musiques traditionnelles / Est. 1994
Research Institute of African and African Diaspora Arts / Est. 1977
Inter-American Music Council / Est. 1956
Arts for Global Development
International Centre for Creative and Artistic Training
International Organization of Folk Art / Est. 1979
World Organization of Family Doctors / Est. 1970
International Doctors - ILDAV / Est. 1987

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World Problems relating to Arts

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Indecent art
Elimination of traditional skills
Representative arts
Unrealistic policies
Unnatural performing arts
Abuse of traditional cultural expressions of peoples
Misappropriation of cultural property
Illicit export of works of art
Misguided restoration of works of art
Terrorist attacks on cultural heritage
Discriminatory language in the arts
Unethical practices in the arts
Dismissal of past cultural achievements
Commercialization of art
Lack of security for art loans to museums
Destructive performance art

Action Strategies relating to Arts

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Cultivating appreciation of cultural heritage
Linking national patent offices
Enhancing status of artists
Developing architectural art
Developing verbal artistry
Propagating dramatic art
Modernizing art
Exchanging cultural arts
Networking information centres on performing arts
Communicating new craft techniques
Transferring art techniques
Developing art
Developing effective home management
Trading in art outside the law
Promoting ethical values through performing arts
Fostering traditional art form
Condemning unnatural performing arts
Abolishing unethical practices in the arts
Cataloguing art
Developing art of peace
Promoting role of books
Discussing cultural heritage issues
Developing graphic arts
Advancing art history
Preserving old paintings

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