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Decades of sustained immigration have transformed many European cities into mosaics of different cultures. Yet this diversity is not always mirrored in the art celebrated in museums, the plays produced in major theaters, and the music heard in concert halls.


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In reaction to the Commission’s Communication on the New European Bauhaus, and in order to constructively contribute to the own-initiative report by the European Parliament, Culture Action Europe has consulted its membership to draft these policy recommendations.


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Frequencies
Episode 1: The Poetry of Politics


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In 2021, forest fires, drought and floods communicated one clear and disquieting message: time is running out, the future is now. That future needs to be green and sustainable, requiring a massive societal transformation. Arts and culture can play an important role in this necessary transition.


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What does fair collaboration in cultural relations mean, and what could it look like for EUNIC members working with local partner organisations worldwide? By commissioning a team of experts to explore these pertinent questions, EUNIC seeks to expand and elaborate on the topic of fair collaboration, to raise awareness of related issues, but also to provide concrete tools and frameworks to support practitioners working in the field of cultural relations.


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This publication of Trans Europe Halles (TEH), likes to tell the story of the experience of grassroots cultural centres in Europe during the Covid-19 pandemic.


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The UNESCO Global Report, Re|Shaping Policies for Creativity – Addressing culture as a global public good, is the third edition of a series designed to monitor the implementation of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions.


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This 2021-2022 edition of On the Move Guide to funding international mobility from and to France for artists and cultural professionals lists local, national, and international resources from both public and private funders. 


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“In search of equal partners: On being a SWANA artist and cultural worker in the EU” reveals particular circumstances, realities and patterns of SWANA artists and cultural workers residing in the EU and determine which are the main challenges to living a fulfilling professional life as well as cooperating with other EU peers.


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Civil Society Europe (CSE), where Culture Action Europe is a member, has recently published the final update of its study on CSOs participation in the preparation of the National Recovery and Resilience Plans (NRRPs). This report has been developed in the period August-September 2021, with the support from the CSE Task Force on NRRPs and inputs from a broad range of civil society actors.


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#Culture2030goal campaign elaborated a new report on ‘Culture in the Localization of the SDGs: An Analysis of the Voluntary Local Reviews (VLRs)’. The main findings of the analysis show that there is great diversity of how local and regional governments (LRGs) address culture in their sustainable development policies and reporting.


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ENCATC’s European Journal of Cultural Management and Policy Volume 11, issues 1 & 2 have been issued in December 2021. Read the latest research to stimulate the debate on a wide range of topics in cultural management and cultural policy.

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