Cultural diversity, conflict and pluralism
Statistical tables and culture indicators

u Cultural activities and trends

Table 1 Newspapers and Books
Table 2 Libraries and Cultural paper
Table 3 Radio and Television (revised)
Table 4 Cinema and Film (revised)
Table 5 Recorded Music (revised)

u Cultural practices and heritage

Table 6 Leading Languages
Table 7 Leading Religions (revised)
Table 8 National Festivals
Table 9 Folk and Religious Festivals (revised)
Table 10 Most Visited Cultural Sites (revised)
Table 11 Most Visited Natural Sites
Table 12 World Heritage Sites (revised)

u Ratifications

Table 13 UNESCO and ILO Cultural and Labour Conventions (1999) (revised)
Table 14 United Nations Human Rights Conventions (1999) (revised)

u Cultural trade and communication trends

Table 15 Trends in Cultural Trade
Table 16 Distribution of CulturalTrade by Type
Table 17 Tourism Flows
Table 18 International Tourism
Table 19 Communication
Table 20 New Communication Technology

u Translations

Table 21 Translations and Books in Foreign Languages (revised)
Table 22 Translations by Original Language (revised)
Table 23 Most Frequently Translated Authors

u Cultural context

Table 24 Education
Table 25 Tertiary Education Abroad
Table 26 Human Capital
Table 27 Demographic and health
Table 28 Economic (revised)
Table 29 Social Security (revised)
Table 30 Environment and Biodiversity

u Cultural Indicators
Index and Sources of Cultural Indicators

Table Symbols

* New table.
- None or not ratifying.
.. Not available
(.) Less than half the unit shown.
1996-98 A dash between two years indicates that the data refer to any one of the years in the period shown.
1995/98 A slash between two years indicates an average for all the years in the period shown.
Note : The indicator tables consist mainly of the 150 countries and territories with a population of 1 million or more; for reasons of space the names of certain regions and countries have had to be abbreviated. Unless otherwise stated, the regional aggregates found at the end of each table are the appropriately weighted values for each regional or development group (see the List of Countries by Region for the composition of  each group). Where the summary measure is a total, the letter �T� appears at the top of the column.

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