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Cultural practices and participation are key factors for social and personal well-being and contribute to citizens’ ability to deal with social and economic change. But these factors are seldom recognised in the existing, conventional systems of measurement. CAE has therefore addressed this issue by designing and disseminating an ad hoc information system, based upon qualitative and quantitative (indicators and data)…

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We are facing the failure of the sustainable development model from an environmental, social, economic and individual perspective. A possible new model is that of sustainability: The sustainability revolution. Portrait of a paradigm shift is the essay of Andras Edwards (2005) which summarizes the paradigmatic change needed to achieve sustainability. The revolution requires new cultures, new social organizations, new economic…

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A process in which people, practices and/or products from the world of the arts enter into the world of organisations to support or trigger development

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On 25/26 February 2016 a group of about 35 participants representing the creative and cultural sectors from the EU Member States gathered in Berlin to discuss “developing the entrepreneurial and innovation potential of the cultural and creative sectors”. The process formed part of a Structured Dialogue between the European Commission and the cultural sector under the banner ‘Voices of Culture’….

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On the 19th of January 2016, the European Parliament adopted the resolution Towards a Single Digital Market Act. The EP’s adoption follows a proposition made in May 2015 by the European Commission for a European Digital Single Market Strategy. In the end, this strategy should lead to the enforcement of regulations and legislations contained in a Digital Single Market Act….

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The forms of employment are diversifying. Are these “atypical” operating modes impacting access to social protection for workers who don’t have a conventional employment status (that is to say, permanent and full-time)? For this exploratory research on a European scale, SMart and CAE have decided to address the issue comprehensively. The aim is to highlight the impact of global changes…

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GDP does not provide us with particularly significant information. It measures everything except that which makes life worthwhile, and it omits what we should be proud of in our societies. In order to find new ways of fulfilling the funding values of our democracy and to preserve peace in Europe, new measures are needed to help us make decisions in…

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Culture Action Europe reflection paper on Culture and Wellbeing (year 2 – 2016)

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CAE2016 Culture & Economy Toolkit V2 Culture Action Europe toolkit on Culture and New Economic Models for the cultural sector (v. 2 – 2016)

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CAE2016 CultureAndWellbeing ReflectionPaper CAE reflection paper on the issue “Culture and Wellbeing” at the end of year 2 of activities

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A21_PilotCities2015_EUROPE-def-ENG The “Culture 21 Actions” toolkit providing guidance for cities aiming to evaluate, design and implement cultural policies contributing to sustainable development was adopted at the first United Cities and Local Governments’ Culture Summit, held in Bilbao on 18-20 March 2015 under the title “Culture and Sustainable Cities”. “Culture 21 Actions” builds on the work of the Agenda 21 for…

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Tools and methodologies which may be used for addressing imbalances and asymmetries in partnerships. Development of peer ethics and peer protocols in different types of situations and partnerships