At the CULT Committee meeting on 17/5, the discussion followed up on the proposal to establish an emergency solidarity scheme for Ukrainian cultural workers that had been addressed to the EU governments and Institutions.
A recap of the #AmplifyinAction event on #EuropeDay22
The CultureForHealth project is in the process of developing a paper, mapping evidence of the ways arts and culture can support the mental health and well-being of forcibly displaced people.
As the final report of the Conference on the Future of Europe (CoFoE) takes place in Strasbourg on 9 May, civil society representatives, activists, artists and cultural workers remind decision-makers about the crucial role of culture and the arts in building a democratic, open, diverse, and inclusive future for Europe.
Frequencies Podcast, Episode 7:
Sonifying the Sector | Sweden
“ProCCS: Microfunding Cultural and Creative Sectors” is a project supporting the overall cultural and creative sectors (CCS) by bridging the skills gap of professionals in the sector and connecting them with the business and microfinance sector.
“CultureForHealth” investigates and develops the field within five areas. It will improve the exchange of knowledge and experiences in the EU related to the role of culture in well-being and health, identify the most relevant existing practices, improve opportunities for actors in the field, carry out at least five smaller pilot projects and make a set of policy recommendations.
Amplify is a project working across 12 European countries that brings underrepresented voices in the cultural sector to the Conference on the Future of Europe.
Come2Art establishes a collaborative scheme between artists and cultural workers currently in limbo and community members promoting life skills development through arts and using creative placemaking as a canvas for pilot testing the acquired skills through an inclusive approach, promoting active citizenship.
There is no recovery or future for Europe without culture. The European cultural ecosystem is convinced that Europe needs a new Cultural Deal, a transversal, overarching framework that should demonstrate the EU’s political commitment to place culture at the heart of the European project.
Save the date for the upcoming CAE Annual General Assembly and Members Forum!