Governments are the key actors in safeguarding (or failing to do so) and regulating civic and media spaces. They can also support storytelling through Despite demonstrated considerable returns, budgets for this are often inadequate for the needs, and often not targeted – supporting the arts in general, and thus having to be distributed among a wide number and types of recipients[1]. This type of budgets tend to mostly fund established artists and industries – such as filmmaking by established directors – with limited funding available for innovation or for very young, emerging talents. [1] See, for example, the Philippines National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA)

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Check remaining amount to be sent to SCHSF from SET - see if this matches the underspend that Mai mentioned. Show her and ask how much do we estimate to have left at end of year

Check remaining amount to be sent to SCHSF from SET - see if this matches the underspend that Mai mentioned. Show her and ask how much do we estimate to have left at end of year

Check remaining amount to be sent to SCHSF from SET - see if this matches the underspend that Mai mentioned. Show her and ask how much do we estimate to have left at end of year

 
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