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به آن عده از موسیقی دانان ، شعرا و نویسنده گان و همچنان خبر نگاران ، نویسنده گان انترنت و فلم سازان که بخاطر اظهار عقاید شان از طریق کارکرد های هنری مورد تعقیب و تخویف قرار می گیرند بائیست توجه خاص مبذول داشت.
از پروگرام فریموس.


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در بارۀ فریموس

فریموس – فاروم جهانی موسیقی و سانسوریک نهاد غیر وابسته جهانی است که در دفاع علیه فشار بر موسیقی گران و کمپوزیتور ها در سراسر جهان قرار دارد.

فریموس یک سازمان دارای اعضای خود است که مقر دارالانشای آن در شهر کوپن هاگن ِ دنمارک میباشد. فریموس عمدتأ از جانب SIDA

یعنی سازمان سویدنی همکاری های بین المللی بخاطر انکشاف تمویل میگردد. 

   

فریموسدر اولین کنفرانس جهانی موسیقی و سانسور منعقدۀ کوپن هاگن در ماه نوامبر 1998 بنیاد گذاشته شد.

این کنفرانس ، جمع وسیعی از موسیقی گران ، ژورنالیستان ،محققین ، صنایع گران موسیقی و فعالین دفاع از حقوق بشر را جهت بررسی و تحقیق مسایل مربوط  به موسیقی و سانسور آن گرد هم جمع نموده بود.

تشویش وسیع از موجودیت سانسور موسیقی ، اشتراک کننده گان این کنفراس را واداشت تا به ایجاد یک نهاد جدید یعنی فریموس پرداخته شود.

خطوط راهنمایی این سازمان را پرنسیپ های اساسی مندرج در اعلامیۀ حقوق بشر در رابطه با موسیقی گران و کمپوزیتور ها تشکیل میدهد. دارلانشای فریموس در ماه اگست 2000 بنیاد گذاشته شد.
 

فعالیت های فریموس

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  اطلاع در مورد تخطی به رسانه ها ، سازمانهای حقوق بشر و افکار عامه

حمایت از موسیقیدانان در وقت ضرورت و توجه به مصایب ایشان

ایجاد و انکشاف یک شبکه جهانی در حمایت از موسیقیدانان و آهنگسازان تهدید شده

به ما بپیوندید !

شما میتوانید به حیث عضو به فریموس بپیوندید و از فعالیت های آن پشتیبانی نما ئید . شاید ما نتوانیم سانسور موسیقی را مانع شویم . اما ، ما میتوانیم با هم عرصه را برای نیرو های سرکوب گر چنان تنگ بسازیم که به هدف خود دست نیابند .

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