Official and unofficial look at contemporary Ukrainian cultural policy

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Institute of the Humanities and Social Sciences Lviv Polytechnic National University

Euromaidan and dignity revolution, which further continues, clearly show that without change in the national policy of culture change the country will be very difficult. It’s tactics and strategy formation space of life for the citizens of Ukraine, information about Ukrainian and country in the world, formed throughout history and established in today’s harmful and humiliating stereotypes, myths. Obviously the official state culture has long been not satisfied an active, creative part of society. Outside the official data analysis of cultural policy meet in  publications, cultural in  content, authored by writers, critics, scholars and public figures.

Balance cultural processes, that attitude to culture as an important tool strengthening state sovereignty on the political, spiritual, economic and  other levels and  other levels within Ukraine and abroad  ensured civil society. They monitor cultural processes. Among the most notable, sharp and accurate assessments of cultural policy is advisable to allocate positions L. Kostenko, I. Dziuba, O. Zabuzhko, M. Riabczuk and other lesser-known experts. These persons is difficult to accuse of bias.

In the article was put goal disclose the relationship to the national cultural policy of the Ukrainian intelligentsia and civil society experts, that are recognized in Ukraine and the world.

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