In Numbers: The Sixth Report on Cultural Policy in the Arab Region 2014


The report shows the most important and prominent figures and statistics on cultural policy in the Arab region from 1 January until 31 December 2014.
Jordan has moved back in 2014 to being ranked 197th worldwide in regards to freedom of the press and publications. 
Tunis issued a new law (#59) to regulate registration and publishing procedures and all artistic works.
In Algeria, the budget of the Ministry of Culture for the year 2014 reached the amount of 314 million dollars. 
In Syria tens of thousands of outdoor archaeological sites are under threat.
In Palestine, there are 658 cultural centers, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics. 
In Egypt, there were 13 cases of violation of the press and 8 journalists were killed between January and May 2014.
For the first time in the country’s history, Mauritania had seven new Mauritanian women ministers in the government. 
In Yemen, 98 million dollars was allocated to the Ministry of Culture for a spending period of four years as part of the city of Taiz being nominated capital of Arab culture.

 

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