The Culture bill provides a framework for guiding national cultural development. The bill seeks to promote all forms of national and cultural expressions through literature, the arts, traditional expressions, science, communication,information, mass media, publications, libraries and other forms of cultural heritage.
It also sets out compensation for communities on use of their culture and cultural heritage.
The bill also proposes the establishment of the National Council for Culture and Arts which will be responsible for development and promotion of culture and arts in the country
The bill is still in the process of enactment.
All Stakeholders including members of the civil society were engaged in the process of the development of the culture bill
Funded from the exchequer
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Office of the Attorney General
Kenya Copyright Board