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The campaign #culture2030goal has released a Statement on Culture and the COVID-19 pandemic. Its official launch took place on 21 May 2020, the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. The #culture2030goal campaign is formed by global cultural networks united to advocate for the role of culture in sustainable development. The campaign welcomes endorsements of the Statement via this page, and calls…


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The Cultural and Creative Sectors (CCS) all over Europe are hit severely by the COVID-19 pandemic. Live events and performances had to be cancelled, while most cultural venues were forced to close their doors. Cultural creators are severely affected by the discontinuation of their exhibition and performance opportunities. In sectors characterised by self-employment, freelancing and job flexibility, combined with little…


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Welcome to the last of sessions of the Mu.SA Online Conference. The final event was hosted online on April 15, 2020 by Culture Action Europe, together with the DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University and the Mu.SA project partners. In this third part you will watch a panel on “The future of museum professionals in the digital era”,…


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Welcome to the second of three sessions of the Mu.SA Online Conference, hosted online on April 15, 2020 by Culture Action Europe, together with the DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University and the Mu.SA project partners. In this part you will hear and watch eight panelists presenting “The Success of the Musa project”: Mu.SA Project Overview | Achilles…


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  Welcome to the first of three sessions of the Mu.SA Online Conference. The final event was hosted online on April 15, 2020 by Culture Action Europe, together with the DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University and the Mu.SA project partners. In this first part you will see:  the opening speeches by the project leader Achilles Kameas (HOU),…


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Beyond Urban Webinar jointly presented by IETM, CAE, ENCC and TEH 16 March, 2020 – contribution from Fernando García Dory, INLAND Project. As part of the Beyond the Urban webinar held on March 16, Fernando García Dory contributed to the conversation with an interesting video clip on the role of the countryside as a space for opportunities. Fernando addressed many valuable topics…


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During this exchange, CAE, IETM, ENCC and TEH presented the joint policy paper “Beyond the Urban – Contemporary arts and culture in non-urban areas as key to a sustainable and cohesive Europe” and collected comments and feedback from policy-makers and cultural operators. These contributions will fuel our future advocacy actions to ensure better recognition of the arts and culture in…


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Culture Crops: cultural practices in non-urban territories was the theme of this year’s Beyond the Obvious 2019 conference. Held in the border cities of  Konstanz, Germany and Kreuzlingen, Switzerland, the conference aimed to spark debate about culture and cultural practices in peripheral territories and to jointly develop advocacy approaches to arts and culture in rural and peripheral areas. Non-urban territories are…


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Information Technologies (IT) can solve problems, accelerate decision-making and help complete complex tasks through self-learning processes. They are often defined as a communication system that is universal, transparent, simple and accessible. However, this is not 100% true. Technologies are neither neutral, nor accessible and transparent. Algorithmic processes are acting in direct relation to our infrastructures and beyond the purely functional…


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In the run-up to the European Parliamentary Elections, Culture Action Europe together with the cultural and creative sectors advocates for a future for culture and for Europe that is democratic, diverse, fair, free, human, inclusive and vital. As part of our EP elections campaign, CAE has launched a podcast series dedicated to discussing key cultural topics with influential figures in Europe and culture. Our intention is to discover their views on fundamental questions…


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The European Parliament Elections are approaching quickly, taking place in the 27 Member States of the European Union between 23-26 May 2019. In anticipation of this, Culture Action Europe (CAE) has developed an elections campaign to drive discussion on key cultural issues. This aims both to encourage MEPs to put forward their positions, and to foster awareness among EU citizens,…


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The European Parliament Elections are approaching quickly, taking place in the 27 Member States of the European Union between 23-26 May 2019. In anticipation of this, Culture Action Europe (CAE) has developed an elections campaign to drive discussion on key cultural issues. This aims both to encourage MEPs to put forward their positions, and to foster awareness among EU citizens,…

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