Brazil and the Digital Cultural Policy

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gilberto-gil.jpg Minister of Culture of Brazil, Gilberto Gil (Photo by Joi Ito)

Brazil has been investing hard to bring the Internet, multimedia and all benefits of the Digital Era to children and young generation. This is a interview with Gilberto Gil, Minister of Culture of Brazil for Joi Ito’s blog.

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