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CULTURE

World Anti-Piracy Observatory

Capacity-Building

Capacity-Building
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Awareness-raising and capacity-building in the field of anti-piracy are essential for encouraging creativity and contributing to cultural industries’ growth and sustainable development.

This chapter refers to the capacity-building programs implemented at the national level in the countries

Regions are presented based on a definition that is specific to UNESCO and refers to the execution of the Organisation’s regional activities.  The definition does not necessarily correspond to physical geography.

Africa
Algeria / Benin / Botswana / Burkina Faso / Burundi / CameroonCote d’Ivoire / Democratic Republic of Congo / Egypt / Guinea / LesothoMadagascar / Malawi / Mali / Mauritania / Mauritius / Morocco / Mozambique / Namibia / NigeriaSenegal / Seychelles / South Africa / Togo / Zambia / Zimbabwe

Arab States
AlgeriaBahrain / Egypt / Jordania  / Kuwait / Lebanon / Mauritania / Morocco / Oman / Qatar / Saudi Arabia / Syrian Arab Republic / Tunisia / United Arab Emirates

Asia and the Pacific
Australia / Bhutan / Cambodia  / IndiaJapan / Kazakhstan / Malaysia / New Zealand / Pakistan / Papua New Guinea / Philippines / Russian Federation / Sri Lanka / Uzbekistan

Europe and North America
Albania / Andorra / Austria / Azerbaijan / Belgium / Bosnia and Herzegovina / Bulgaria / Canada / Croatia / Cyprus / Czech Republic / Denmark / Estonia / Finland / France / Georgia / Germany / Greece / Hungary / Israel / Latvia  / Lithuania / LuxembourgMonaco / Poland / Portugal / Romania / Russia Federation / Slovakia / Slovenia / Spain / Switzerland / The Former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaTurkey / United States of America

Latin America and the Caribbean
Argentina / Belize / Chile / Colombia / Costa Rica / Cuba / Guatemala / Honduras / Mexico / Peru / St Vincent & the Grenadines / Trinidad and Tobago / Uruguay

Please note that the country profiles are presented currently in the language in which information has been provided to the Secretariat by the Member States - English, French or Spanish. Most of the laws are presented in an official or unofficial translation in one of the official UNESCO languages, provided by Member States, and in some cases – in their original language.