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This quick guide provides an overview of Kosher food certification in Australia. It complements the quick guide on Halal certification.
Kashrut is a body of Jewish law that prescribes what foods can and cannot be eaten, and how they must be prepared and eaten....
This resource is produced by the Parliamentary Library to assist Members and Senators with their representational and ceremonial duties on Anzac Day.
On 25 April, the anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli in 1915, Australians and New Zealanders honour those of...
Summary: Provides links to Australian Government organisations responsible for the arts and culture, state and territory government websites, regional arts websites, non-government organisations websites and international organisations.
It also provides links to a range of organisations by art form:
• ballet and...
In 2004, the Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts issued a Discussion Paper and sought submissions on whether Australia should introduce a resale royalty right for its artists. The DCITA Discussion Paper follows more than a decade of reports and...
This digest summarises the purpose, background, financial implications and main provisions of this Bill, which aims to create a resale royalty rights scheme so that visual artists will be able to claim a share of the proceeds of each successive commercial resale of the original...
Australia's peak indigenous body, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC), has been the focus of a great deal of media, political and public attention in recent months largely as a result of the changes to ATSIC announced by the Minister for Indigenous Affairs,...
This paper provies an overview of Commonwealth arts policy and administrative developments from Federation to the present day. It covers:
From Deakin to McMahon
The Whitlam Government
The Fraser Government
The Hawke Government
The Keating Government
This paper provides information on a proposed bill introducing new anti-siphoning measures for Australian broadcasting.
Siphoning refers to the practice used by pay television broadcasters by which they appropriate, or ‘siphon off’ certain events that have been traditionally shown on free-to-air television so that...
This paper presents an overview of Australia's principal public broadcaster, the ABC, with reference to its origins, current composition and functions and its vision for a viable future within a changing media environment. The paper also makes reference to some of the controversies which have...