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By Kerrine Goh
Cultural policymakers are increasingly coveting ‘hard’ evidence, requiring cultural organisations to report against performance indicators and asking grant recipients to demonstrate their projects’ impacts.
By Christopher Madden
New Zealand remained untouched by humans until around the 11th Century, when Polynesian travellers chanced upon its remote and pristine islands. Europeans began colonising as commercial settlers in the early ...
The Ministry for Culture and Heritage builds its policies and strategies around three key themes: create, preserve and engage.