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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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Culture Action Europe was present at the Safe Havens Global Live stream 2020, contributing to the discussion on the Freedom of Artistic Expression from the European policy perspective. The annual Safe Havens conference is a global network meeting. The conference is organized in a process of collaboration between artists, different cultural operators and organizations, where focus is directed on the…


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The European Commission and stakeholders published a new study that sheds light on the status and working conditions of artists, cultural and creative professionals. The study looks at characteristics of employment of artists and cultural and creative professionals in EU Member States with regards to artist status and entitlements, social security, self-employment, support ecosystems and alternative financing, artistic freedom, career development and…


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Clément Beaune, French Secretary of State for European Affairs addresses participants of 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, 2020 #CulturalDealEU


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David Sassoli, president of the European Parliament addresses participants of 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, 2020 #CulturalDealEU


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Recovery Fund? Social cohesion? Cultural welfare? Financial instruments? Digital skills? In a few weeks the seven-year 2021-2027 of European funding kicks off, and also for the cultural and creative sectors there are big news on the way. For this, on 𝐓𝐮𝐞𝐬𝐝𝐚𝐲 𝟏𝟕 𝐍𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐞𝐫 𝐚𝐭 𝟏𝟐, Incredibol!, in collaboration with BAM! Cultural Strategies and Melting Pro, organize an online talk. Together…


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In October 2020, the Rome Charter Hybrid Conference hosted three days of debates, international interventions and dialogues dedicated to discussing the implications of the 2020 Charter of Rome in the development of sustainable cities and communities through participation in culture. This conference included eleven sessions online, all translated in English and in Italian, some of them held in Spanish and…


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In October 2020, the Rome Charter Hybrid Conference hosted three days of debates, international interventions and dialogues dedicated to discussing the implications of the 2020 Charter of Rome in the development of sustainable cities and communities through participation in culture. This conference included eleven sessions online, all translated in English and in Italian, some of them held in Spanish and…


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In October 2020, the Rome Charter Hybrid Conference hosted three days of debates, international interventions and dialogues dedicated to discuss the implications of the 2020 Charter of Rome in the development of sustainable cities and communities through participation in culture. This conference included eleven sessions online, all translated in English and in Italian, some of them held in Spanish and…


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Within the framework of Germany’s presidency of the Council of the European Union, NEMO and the German Museums Association co-organised the online conference Museums and Social Responsibility – Values revisited from 17-18 September 2020. This conference focused on what social responsibility means for museums. Through their daily work, museums make a significant contribution to social responsibility by dealing with questions that are…


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Within the framework of Germany’s presidency of the Council of the European Union, NEMO and the German Museums Association co-organised the online conference Museums and Social Responsibility – Values revisited from 17-18 September 2020. This conference focused on what social responsibility means for museums. Through their daily work, museums make a significant contribution to social responsibility by dealing with questions that are…


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From the 2020 Rome Charter Conference, October 1 – 3, 2020. The Rome Charter is a transnational group of over 45 cities and 95 advisors that has started an initiative to support the right to participate in cultural life as a condition for a better society. The convening took place from October 1 – 3, 2020 and consisted of three…

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