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What do international protests mean for cultural institutions?
Basma El Husseiny, managing director of Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy)
Globalisation and Internationalisation feature as a core theme of No Boundaries, reflecting the changing world we live in and the many conditions under which the Arts looks to flourish. In this interview, Basma El Husseiny, managing director of Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) in Egypt, suggests that the protests movements at their core have been about dissatisfaction with current institutions and wonders what that means for arts and culture institutions.
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- @ConcernedCraig @jack That would be the same thing if a newspaper didn't allow opinions that are different from the… https://t.co/HA6JcwDlEh1 day ago
- @ConcernedCraig @jack So that's censorship and dictartoship. And it's not free because he has my data and earn a lot of money from it.1 day ago
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