Valencia. It was this past January when alarm bells rang out among cultural professionals in what was then described as a “marketplace” in the new call for civil servants, a call intended to bring together positions offered “under the general heading of ‘cultural management'” without specifying Positions to be filled, “as denounced by many professional associations and associations in society.” Accordingly, can a geographer restore a Gothic painting? Can a restorer make proposals for the organization of the museum?”, criticized from cultural culture and also referred to the controversy surrounding the restorers of the Museum of Fine Arts. , yards covered with professionals unqualified for such work, three employees who ended up in the registration department “because of their inexperience”, excused from Concileria. The criticism came as a jug of cold water in the public administration and, in fact, the director general of culture, Carmen AmoragaHe pointed out that it was “the result of ignorance” of how to provide jobs in the public administration.
After months of intersection of statements and statements, what seemed to be an unbreakable wall between professionals in the sector and the Ministry of Culture was loosened after a meeting with the regional secretary of culture, Raquel Tamaret. Although they describe the meeting as “positive”, the truth is that the final solution to their demands is still far from reality. In this sense, the professionals gathered in the person who has been baptized as a “Platform for Public Culture” applauded the fact that an agreement was reached so that in September a meeting of the public office, the Ministry of Justice, the Interior and the Public Administration would be held with the aim of revealing the needs of the group, a dialogue that continues although it And, yes, “at the same time,” they warn, they will persist in their demands.
This is that professionals,”In addition to recognizing the need for this change in the legal framework governing public procurement, they “request short-term changes, as indicated in the statement.” The main problem is the biased interpretation of the legislation. And both in the former territorial area the current law, as well as state law, are thinking of sufficient mechanisms and tools to be able to make adapted calls with the professional traits and needs of the different jobs that must be filled in public cultural institutions and thus enable the full management of our cultural heritage in the region of Valencia, which is currently in clear danger due to the shortage of technicians in the institutions.
In this sense, the various existing entities indicate that “with this call dynamics, the exchanges created cannot be used because they are ineffective.” “However, they continue to operate without making changes to existing or newly created ones,” they say. The document was signed by the recently created public culture platform, consisting of: acre (Professional Association of Conservative Restorers in Spain); AVA (Valencia Association for Anthropology); Avalim (The Valencian Association of Museums and Heritage Teachers); Department of archaeology (Official College of Physicians and Graduates in Philosophy, Letters and Sciences of Alicante); Department of archaeology (Official College of Physicians and Graduates in Philosophy, Letters and Sciences of Valencia and Castellón); Art History Department (Official College of Physicians and Graduates in Philosophy, Letters and Sciences of Alicante) and Art History Department (Official College of Physicians and Graduates in Philosophy, Letters and Sciences of Valencia and Castellón).
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