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The following recommendations present medium- and long-term policy solutions to address the needs identified in the Background Analysis “The Situation of Artists and Cultural Workers and the post-COVID Cultural Recovery in the European Union”. Its aim is to provide guidelines and principles to structure the contents of the European Framework, and hence improve the situation and working conditions of artists…


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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 27 and 28 April 2021, the Porto Santo Conference, an initiative of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the EU, officially launched the Porto Santo Charter. The hybrid event took place in Porto Santo island, on the Madeira Archipelago. For these two days, the remote island transformed into a centre for proposals on public cultural and educational policies. …


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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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The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated pre-existing trends, including unprecedented income loss, growing precariousness, and inequalities in the European cultural ecosystem. Facing destitution, many workers may leave the sector and thousands of institutions may close. With them, accumulated knowledge and skills would be permanently lost, and the cultural ecosystem would be profoundly weakened. A solution to tackle this challenge includes strengthening…


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On March 25th, 2021, our member ENCC launched a new publication about local networks with its author, Raluca Iacob and two guests. Here is the recording of the online presentation and discussion, and a few related resources. If you’re a cultural organisation struggling for resources, time and energy, how can you join forces with other similar organisations, instead of competing…


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The book entitled “The Future of Museum Professionals in the Digital Era – The Success Story of Mu.SA“, Achilles Kameas and Panagiota Polymeropoulou (editors), is the outcome of the online conference organized in 2020 by the Mu.SA partnership in the framework of the SSA EU Mu.SA project. It delivers 12 contributions from the Mu.SA partners such as Hellenic Open University, AKMI…


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Theatre Insights  – Stories from Fabulamundi a PAV production in collaboration with Kublai Film a project by Belloni / Boato / Danesin directed by Giulio Boato dramaturgy Davide Carnevali and Giulio Boato sound and music Lorenzo Danesin. Eight different texts narrating the European Fabulamundi project, created with the aim of supporting, promoting and disseminating the contemporary playwriting of the countries involved. ISTANTANEE – Sguardi e storie da Fabulamundi aims to be…


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On 8 March 2021, International Women’s Day, ETC published a major study on gender equality and diversity that covered theatres in 22 countries, 4000 theatre employees, and an analysis of 650 performances. KEY FINDINGS: – Women were found to have less secure contract situations than men and be “less present at the top of the hierarchy” – Results found a…


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Designed to help artists navigate the risks they encounter, such as persecution and/or censorship, so as to enhance the understanding of artists’ and cultural actors’ work as human rights defenders, Artists at Risk Connection has developed a practical guide entitled “A Safety guide for artists”.  On February 3, 2021, a group of artists and experts gathered to celebrate the launch…


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On Tuesday, 2nd of February, 2021 Live DMA moderated the Club Day Panel – Support your Local Music Scene. Panelists discussed why local live music stages are key for safeguarding Europe’s cultural diversity, boosting European artists’ and encouraging social cohesion. This panel aimed to foster a better understanding of the often harsh realities live music stages are facing and to…

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