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On Thursday 29 April 10.00-16.00 CET, the New European Bauhaus Collective (NEBC), where Culture Action Europe is part of, organised an online conference “Common Ground: Making the Renovation Wave a Cultural Project”. In the spirit of the New European Bauhaus (NEB), a newly-launched initiative of the European Commission aiming at bringing the Green Deal closer to the citizens, this conference…


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Culture Action Europe members in Sweden, led by Intercult, organised an online debate on 30 April 2021 around the Nordic Chapter of the #EuropeanCulturalDeal. The chapter is a result of the CAE Nordic Hub meeting that took place in January 2021.  A Cultural Deal for Europe, a transversal, overarching framework aiming to demonstrate the EU’s political commitment to place culture at the…


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On 29 April 2021, Culture Action Europe will take part in the “Cultural Politics and New Digital Solutions” conference. This online event aims at exploring civic tech tools to connect the creative, culture and arts sectors for a European public sphere. This event takes place in the context of “Europe takes part!”, a project by Das Progressive Zentrum in cooperation…


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What are the challenges of the UK based cultural organisations and artists related to their mobility, cross-border collaboration and touring post brexit? What is the future for the cultural exchange on the two sides of the channel? Deveron Projects first launched the Eurovision Talk Fest in March last year, an annual day of discussion, dance, and friendship building, featuring numerous…


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After many years of working on culture and disability, equality and diversity are central topics for the ENCC network as of 2018. On 1 December 2020, ENCC gathered with experts, human rights campaigners, trade unionists and cultural operators to discuss and reflect on: – how equality could be a focus for reshaping cultural centres after COVID-19 – how to unhinge…


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The three-hour seminar dedicated to human rights and artistic freedom will include special address by Andrzej Kulig- First Deputy Mayor of the City of Krakow for Social and Municipal Policy and a keynote speech by Maria Arena, Chair Subcommittee on Human Rights in the EU Parliament. Artists all around the world are discriminated against because of their actual or perceived…


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The Cultural Creators Friendship Group (CCFG) is a cross-partisan coalition in the European Parliament (EP) with members from six different political groups. CCFG aims at improving the whole European cultural ecosystem – i.e. the Cultural and Creative Sectors (CCS) – and especially the situation and conditions of creators, e.g. authors, performers and artists. The first CCFG LIVE! Event took place…


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Concluding words from EP CULT Committee Chair Sabine Verheyen, Secretary General of Culture Action Europe Tere Badia, Director of the European Cultural Foundation André Wilkens and Secretary General of Europa Nostra Sneška Quaedvlieg-Mihailovic. The high-level event “A Cultural Deal for Europe”, co-organised by Culture Action Europe, the European Cultural Foundation and Europa Nostra, coordinating the European Heritage Alliance. 18 November,…


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Chapter 3: “Culture and cultural heritage for the Future of Europe”, introduced by Sneška Quaedvlieg-Mihailovic, Secretary General of Europa Nostra, featuring video message from the French Secretary of State for European Affairs Clément Beaune. In conversation with Luca Jahier, former president of the EESC and Guilherme d’Oliviera Martins, Calouste Gulbekian Foundation. Reaction from Apostolos Tzitzikostas, President of the Committee of…


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Chapter 2: “Philanthropy as contributor to the Cultural Deal for Europe”, introduced by André Wilkens, Director of the European Cultural Foundation, in conversation with the EU Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth Mariya Gabriel. Reactions from Giuliano da Empoli Gijs de Vries. The high-level event “A Cultural Deal for Europe”, co-organised by Culture Action Europe, the European Cultural…


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Chapter 1: “Culture as a driving force for Europe’s recovery”, introduced by Tere Badia, Secretary General of Culture Action Europe, in conversation with the EP CULT Committee Chair Sabine Verheyen. Reactions from MEPs Niklas Nienass & Sandro Gozi. The high-level event “A Cultural Deal for Europe”, co-organised by Culture Action Europe, the European Cultural Foundation and Europa Nostra, coordinating the…


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The final Heritage Conference Zone conference, held November 23 – 26, 2020, offered workshops, a keynote presentation with discussion and a session with policy-makers. HCZ launched their toolkit for instituional change, to open up spaces for difficult conversation about our heritage and the societies we want to live in. The Week showcased and discussed the HCZ project’s experience with artists…

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