Major cultural institutions can’t afford to do their job

‘Efficiency dividends’ have sliced so much from our major cultural institutions they can't provide proper access to cultural heritage.
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Workers in major national institutions including the National Gallery of Australia, National Museum and National Library report declining staff and cuts to services have now reached a point where they are unable to fulfill their statutory role of ‘developing, maintaining and providing access to Australia’s cultural heritage’.

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