The report, compiled by a working group of twenty-two persons representing all shades of the PUL community from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds, deals with the most prominent areas of PUL culture and seeks to present a basic collective analysis of each.
This is the first stage in a project to develop a Charter of Fundamental Cultural Rights to act as a ‘Cultural Constitution’ for the PUL Community.
You can download the report UVPS Cultural Report 9 July 2021
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