Ministry of Education, Science and Culture (Iceland)

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The Ministry of Education, Science and Culture (Icelandic: Mennta- og menningarmálaráðuneytið) is an Icelandic cabinet-level ministry founded 16 December 1942. The ministry is divided into three departments and four offices. The current Minister of Education, Science and Culture is Illugi Gunnarsson.


See also: Public domain

Is duty of Ministry of Education, Science and Culture (Iceland) digitize, preserve and make them available and accessible public domain works for every citizen. Iceland has millions of public domain works (books, pictures, music and films) that belongs to the public domain and since there is not restrictions or copyright on them and all these works can be accessed, copied and enjoyed by its citizen in order to accomplish human right of access to science and culture make more egalitarian access to culture in every country no matter the social status of the cirizens.[1][2]

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Coordinates: 64°08′54″N 21°55′52″W / 64.14833°N 21.93111°W / 64.14833; -21.93111

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