Malgré les défis du COVID-19, 2020 a probablement été l'une des années les plus actives de l'histoire de l'IETM. Ce rapport présente un aperçu complet de toutes nos activités, événements,...Read more
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Despite the challenges of COVID-19, 2020 was probably one of the busiest years in IETM’s history. This report presents a comprehensive overview of all our activities, events, publications, projects...Read more
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Some of the changes and novelties in the freshly released programme stem from the shift in EU’s overall guiding priorities. The focus on “growth and job”shifted towards greening, gender equality and social inclusion.
Last year, we helped to circulate a major survey produced by On The Move and commissioned by the British Council through Europe Beyond Access. Out now, their striking preliminary “Time to act” report highlights the barriers that disabled people experience when accessing the arts.
This report presents some of the reflections and discussions on the relationships between performing arts and climate action held during the digital IETM Galway Satellite Meeting in December 2020.
Following the “Make culture central in the EU recovery” open letter we published and endorsed on 30 October 2020 together with 109 other pan-European cultural networks, our group comes together again in a second letter to reiterate our call to the national governments and the European Commission to secure a future for culture and cultural life in Europe.
Our SHIFT Newsletter on Gender & Power Relations tackles the #METOO movement, gender inequality and gender-based violence in the workplace – and the urgency for structural changes in the cultural and creative sectors.
This report explores how the performing arts sector has been adapting to the pandemic and attempts to identify some of the interesting solutions for survival which should be scaled up and brought...Read more
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