You will find here statements produced by Culture Action Europe on different political topics:
Commission 2014-2019 Inclusion of Culture in the Jobs, Growth and Investment Package Statement
(CAE-statement-culture-investment-2014Nov.pdf - 298.20 Kb)
CAE calls on the new Commissioner to engage and secure that culture is included as one of the priorities of the € 300billion Jobs, Growth and Investment Package and this, in particular, to promote cultural participation across Europe where it has substantially declined in the last years.
Commission 2014-2019 Reaction to Mr. Juncker proposal Statement
(CAE-Statement-Juncker-newcommission-2014Sep.pdf - 293.79 Kb)
CAE calls on the European Parliament to rigorously scrutinize the Mr Tibor Navracsics’s views and independence from the current Hungarian government as well as his full allegiance to the European fundamental values. Further, it presents CAE’s concerns about the transfer of the MEDIA sub-programme of the Creative Europe programme to DG Connect.
Commission 2014-2019 Reaction to Mr. Navracsics's hearing Statement
(CAE-Statement-Navracsics-hearing-2014Oct.pdf - 270.12 Kb)
CAE eexpresses it concerns, comments and views in regards to the EP hearing of Mr. Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner-designate for Education, Culture, Youth and Citizenship, held on 1 October 2014.
Commission 2014-2019 European Commission structure and culture in the digital era Statement
(CAE-Statement-culture-next-EC-2014Jun.pdf - 217.39 Kb)
CAE calls for a revise on the breakdown of portfolios of the European Commission in order to ensure that the decision-making process in the fields of culture, including as well cultural rights and heritage, is more effective. A comprehensive portfolio for culture and education is vital to address these broad issues in a digitalised society. CAE calls for the appoint […]