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The book “Protest(s)” is a joint work of the photographer Aleksandar Kondev and the author Zlatko Teodosievski and it contains photographs and texts created during the Colorful Revolution. This part is made possible by financial support from the Ministry of Culture and the Open Society Foundation – Macedonia.

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Culture in the time of the crown and the struggle of cultural workers. The performing arts on the brink of extinction leave the question open on whether culture is dead. In this edition of SCAN – political video magazine, speakers on this topic are Jasmina Nikuljska from the Ministry of Culture, Oliver Belopeta, Skopje Jazz

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Nikola Naumoski from the City of Skopje at the panel discussion “Society in a pandemic, performing arts on the brink of survival” organized by CIVIL said that the whole crisis with the corona was severe, the Government made changes to be able to reallocate funds to cultural institutions.

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This period with the corona crisis was catastrophic, because I have a serious music career, but I was put in a situation in the last 6-7 months to be without any income, now the “knife has come under our throats”, we had no choice but to correct a mistake, and that is to organize an

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Oliver Belopeta, Skopje Jazz Festival, at the panel discussion “Society in a pandemic, performing arts on the brink of survival” organized by CIVIL said that they remained persistent in the most difficult period in October and November to manage to organize the festival.

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“Corona has dealt a huge blow to culture, but to the question of whether culture is dead, the answer is a resounding no. We faced many problems, one of the main ones being the pandemic and the corona in the culture. We stumbled upon unrealized projects, they have been stopped since March, fortunately I can

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“It is clear that in terms of all living art, we do not suffer much from the aspect of creativity, there is no difficult period that has not survived, so to speak about it, I do not think we are endangered in the long run. I expected more activities and involvement from the institutions “,

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International Day for Tolerance, November 16, this year shows even more how much the world needs mutual understanding, cooperation, respect… a need for commitment and joint action in overcoming the health crisis due to Covid-19. Precisely the fear, restrictions for protection and security of the citizens, purposely or not, are endangering human rights and freedoms,

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