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Shared Cultural Heritage News June 2016
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News June 2016

This newsletter is produced by DutchCulture in close cooperation with the Cultural Heritage Agency and the National Archives of the Netherlands. It highlights activities of the Shared Cultural Heritage Programme.
Father and son in Kota Tua, Jakarta. Part of series Heritage in Transition by Isabelle Boon
Final round of Shared Cultural Heritage Matching Fund
Five new projects that will receive a contribution from the Shared Cultural Heritage Matching Fund have been announced. 
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map of the Southern Continent (1767)
Plan for International Cultural Policy 2017-2020
The Minister of Education, Culture and Science and the Minister of Foreign Affairs have announced their plan for the Netherlands’ international cultural policy.
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Revealing the information plaque at the Dutch Cemetery in Nagasaki, Japan.
Australia: Commemorative voyage and Spice Winds 
In summer 2016 the art installation Spice Winds (NL-AU) features in VIVID Sydney and the replica of the Duyfken will sail along the coast of Western Australia.
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Imagined bird's-eye view of Deshim's layout and structures
Brazil: IPHAN policy officer at RCE
From June to August, IPHAN policy offer Beatriz Otto de Santana will join the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands (RCE) for an exchange of knowledge.
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a building that once belonged to the Netherlands South Africa Railways
Indonesia: Multatuli returns to Lebak
In Lebak, Western Java a new Multatuli Museum will open by the end of 2016 with the support of the National Archives of the Netherlands.
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a building that once belonged to the Netherlands South Africa Railways
Indonesia: New masterplan Fort Oranje in Ternate
Participants of a Dutch-Indonesian expert meeting on 28 May took the first step in drafting a masterplan for the redevelopment of Fort Oranje, Ternate Island.
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a building that once belonged to the Netherlands South Africa Railways
Japan: Renewing interest in the Dutch Cemetery in Nagasaki
On 18 May a commemoration ceremony was held at the Dutch Cemetery in Nagasaki; a Dutch funerary specialist will inspect the site in June.
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a building that once belonged to the Netherlands South Africa Railways
USA: Port Cities kicks off in NYC
The first episode of Port Cities, a performance project linking five cities along trade routes of the Dutch in the 17th century, took place from 5 to 18 May.
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a building that once belonged to the Netherlands South Africa Railways
Russia: ‘Subbotnik’ in Rostov Veliky
On 14 May, thirteen Russian alumni of Dutch universities joined forces to clean up a section of the earthen fortifications of Rostov Veliky in Russia.
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About us
DutchCulture | Heritage increases visibility, strengthens coherence and supports Shared Cultural Heritage. It aims to achieve this through a number of instruments among which a matching fund. If you have questions or remarks or would like to contribute to the newsletter, you can reach us at heritagedesk@DutchCulture.nl.

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