Perform Europe

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We have been talking about it for years. With Perform Europe, the European Commission has given the performing arts a chance to reimagine the way we tour our work in a more sustainable and inclusive way, to put environmental concerns at the centre of international touring and to celebrate artistic excellence. 

Perform Europe

We have been talking about it for years. With Perform Europe, the European Commission has given the performing arts a chance to reimagine the way we tour our work in a more sustainable and inclusive way, to put environmental concerns at the centre of international touring and to celebrate artistic excellence. 

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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IETM Global Connect

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IETM Global Connect is a new programme launched and led by IETM - International network for contemporary performing arts and created with the support of IETM’s Associate Members. The goal of Global Connect is to make our network more inclusive, diverse and accessible. 

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.
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.

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