Programme Policy

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IMC PROGRAMME POLICY

IMC is mandated to promote all types of music through its programmes. Accordingly, IMC programmes aim to contribute to the development and strengthening of friendly working relations between all the musical cultures of the world on the basis of their absolute equality, mutual respect and appreciation. IMC considers the experience of music and music-making a vital part of everyone's daily life and values the basic right for all people to express themselves and communicate through music. To this end, IMC concerns itself with all aspects of musical life, such as musical creativity, education, performance, broadcasting and promotion, copyright issues, research and documentation, and the status of musicians.

Through its programmes, IMC is committed to support its mission, which is to provide exceptional value to its membership by building knowledge, creating networking opportunities, supporting and enhancing the visibility of initiatives that help sustain people's participation in music and cultural life. IMC works in collaboration with its members and international partners in the planning and implementation of its initiatives and programmes.

In order to advocate for the concerns and activities of its membership and to promote musical diversity in the context of social, cultural and economic development, IMC has initiated a major flagship programmes, the World Forum on Music

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