national cultural policy

Artists speak at Policy launch

These cultural advocates have shown the world and their home country that culture is indeed the natty part of what makes Papua New Guinea great.

In representing the cultural community, inspiring artists of their own genre spoke briefly of their cultural journey and their deep appreciation for their art form and the recognition it is being accorded.

Musician, producer and songwriter, AK47 formally known as Allen Kedea, spoke at the launch of the National Cultural Policy on Friday, 10th June.

First-ever national cultural policy

Visitors flock from far and wide to experience firsthand the unique cultural singsing and customs that set PNG apart from the rest of the world.

The government agency mandated to promote, protect and preserve our cultures and traditions is the National Cultural Commission.

Established in 1994 by the National Cultural Commission Act 1994, the commission has been operating on an ad hoc basis.