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A report on Cultural Relations – Key Approaches in Fragile Contexts offers evidence and recommendations to the EU, EU Member States and other interested countries, EUNIC members and partners on how cultural relations can enhance peace and stability.


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On 07 September, 2021, Culture Action Europe publically launched Amplify: Make the Future of Europe Yours, a project in collaboration with members of our network in Denmark, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. Representatives of the cultural and creative communities from 12 European countries come together in a joint effort to bring voices less…


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The year 2020 shook up the museum world like no other before. More than 90% of the museums worldwide had to shut their doors for the first time ever in their history. Even the most destructive and insecure historical phase of the 20th century in Europe, World War II, has not wounded cultural institutions as much as COVID-19. Amidst bombing…


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How should we approach intercultural relations in conditions of pandemic-induced uncertainty and instability? Between April and July 2021, our Alteration programme with the Ukrainian Institute and EU Delegation to Ukraine invited professionals from the cultural, creative and civic society sectors to explore this new normal for cultural relations.  As part of the programme, partners published a new handbook, which includes seventeen case…


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The European Dance Network (EDN) initiated the #DanceAndWellBeing campaign from November 2020 to February 2021 as a response to the many restrictions during Covid-19 and the disastrous impact of the virus on people’s lives. Through this campaign, EDN started to collect sectoral data on the contribution of dance to good health and well-being and identified key resources focusing on the…


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“Status and working conditions of artists and cultural and creative professionals” has been the fourth topic of the Voices of Culture structured dialogue forum between Europe’s cultural ecosystem and the European Commission. 47 organisations, including Culture Action Europe, took part in the exercise. As a result of this dialogue the brainstorming report has been published, drafted on the basis of…


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With the public health situation in the EU rapidly improving and the target of 70% of the adult population almost reached, it is high time to explore ways to safely reactivate the cultural life in Europe while monitoring the risk posed by mutations of the virus such as the Delta variant. Responding to calls coming from the cultural ecosystem (including…


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During European Lab‘s 10-year anniversary event, a SPHERA day organized with 10 European media and producers of content aimed at young people, and in partnership with Relais Culture Europe. One of the discussions, featuring Pascal Brunet (Relais Culture Europe), Gabriele Rosana (Culture Action Europe), and Élise Phamgia (Liveurope), focused on unpacking the new Creative Europe programme. Europe Creative is the framework…


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Perform Europe Insights: Sustainability through innovation is the first publication of Perform Europe. This report brings together the main learning points drawn from the Perform Europe process, since its start in December 2020. The Perform Europe process so far highlights the urgency to rethink the current system of touring and distribution support in Europe, in order to make it more balanced,…


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This monthly Tracker is produced by UNESCO to monitor culture in public policy with regards to the UN Sustainable Development Agenda. It highlights developments within national and regional contexts, as well as emerging debates on culture’s contribution to sustainable development. Drawing on a variety of sources, it provides a broad overview of cultural policy trends worldwide at the national, regional…


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Are you wondering how cultural organisations can do something about climate change and sustainability ? Our member European Network of Cultural Centres (ENCC) has a collection of projects from 45 cultural centres thoughout Europe. With ENCC pilot project Seeds of Sustainability (SOS) they mapped how cultural centres are taking concrete actions to tackle climate change and sustainability. This publication gathers…


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Culture Action Europe (CAE) is the major European network of cultural networks, organisations, artists, activists, academics and policymakers. CAE is the first port of call for informed opinion and debate about arts and cultural policy in the EU. As the only intersectoral network, it brings together all practices in culture, from the performing arts to literature, the visual arts, design…

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