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Statement on the Election of the European Parliament's CULT Committee Chair

Culture Action Europe is concerned about the recent election developments for the CULT Committee Chair. Along with the Cultural Deal for Europe partners, we urge the CULT Committee to build on its past successes and continue promoting cultural policies of inclusion, solidarity, pluralism, liberalism, transnationalism, diversity, and intercultural dialogue.

Press: Euronews Op-Ed “What we need is a Cultural Deal for Europe”

As part of our ongoing Cultural Deal for Europe campaign Lars Ebert, Secretary-General of Culture Action Europe, alongside partners Secretary-General of Europa Nostra, Sneška Quaedvlieg-Mihailović and Director of the European Cultural Foundation, André Wilkens wrote an op-ed published on Euronews.

Answering Rightward Shift in 2024 EU Elections: Need for Strong Parliament’s CULT Committee and Culture Commissioner

In collaboration with the Cultural Deal for Europe partners, we have drafted a proposed mission letter to outline the cultural sector’s vision of the next Commissioner’s priorities.

CAE Sets Advocacy Priorities for 2024-2029 EU Policy Cycle

Culture Action Europe (CAE) has defined its advocacy priorities for the upcoming EU policy cycle from 2024 to 2029, addressing key areas that will influence the future of cultural policies across Europe.

The 2024 version of our annual Beyond the Obvious conference might be over, but we are not ready to let go of all the great memories we built together in Malmö. During this year’s Beyond the Obvious, we had the opportunity to reconnect once more with Culture Action Europe members, partners, Pop the Vote! Changemakers and … Continued

Culture Action Europe is concerned about the recent election developments for the CULT Committee Chair. Along with the Cultural Deal for Europe partners, we urge the CULT Committee to build on its past successes and continue promoting cultural policies of inclusion, solidarity, pluralism, liberalism, transnationalism, diversity, and intercultural dialogue.