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Department revamps website

Ana Madigibuli
Wednesday, April 09, 2014

THE revamped National Heritage Culture and Arts website addresses the needs of culture sector stakeholders by maximising visibility of the work by the department, says National Heritage Culture and Arts permanent secretary Dr Brij Lal.

In launching the website in Suva, Dr Lal said the website enhanced linkages and partnerships between the Department of National Heritage and its regional and international partners.

"While logging onto the new website, a revised design of entire web pages inculcates earthly colours which depict the relationship between culture, land, environment and people," Dr Lal said.

"Anyone can now easily access the thematic work areas of the department, publication and dialogue, forum space, policy, conventions, cultural statistics, culture and education, world heritage and intangible cultural heritage."


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