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Moderated by: Eva Soria
On the one hand, digital environments can favour cultural participation and attract younger generations, but on the other, there is a risk of reproducing existing inequalities and creating new ones.
Not everyone has the ability or the resources to make use of technology. Consequently, fostering the digitalisation of culture may lead to the generation of new differences, in terms of equal opportunities and cultural experiences.
Furthermore, the privacy of users, the need for ethical digital innovation and the importance of transparency in public management, are now starting to attract the attention they deserve. Consequently, from a legal, political and strategic perspective, what actions should be taken in order to favour the cultural world, but without harming universal cultural rights?
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ACADEMIC CONGRESS - PARTICIPATION AND CULTURAL WORK I
Speakers: Marcela País Andrade, Jerahy Garcia Garcia, Antoni Rubí Puig
Moderated by: Nicolás Barbieri
Radio show – “Auca performada de drets culturals”
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