Politiques européennes

Que l’Europe soit (supposément) mue par une logique économique ou des valeurs communes intangibles, l’élément culturel qui fait son essence ne doit pas être négligé. Dans la sombre réalité d'aujourd'hui, l’Europe doit changer radicalement de discours et renforcer le sentiment d’appartenance à une culture commune. Les arts sont pour les communautés un moyen de créer un espace et des outils qui leur permettent de prendre part à un dialogue dans lequel chacun partage librement son point de vue, est compris et accepté. En outre, les arts sont les garants des conditions nécessaires au maintien de la démocratie ainsi qu’à l’existence et à la prospérité de l’UE. 

Cette section traite à la fois du rôle des arts et de la culture dans l’avenir de l’UE et des politiques européennes qui concernent notre secteur.

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The innovative power of the cultural and creative sectors is essential for the further development of European economies and societies, because it: - generates well-being and cohesion; - shapes the public space used by millions of Europeans.
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Discussion on the future EU budget has started. The negotiations are decisive for the next programming period (2020-2025) and the implementation of priority policies to advance the European project. Will these discussions reflect on Brexit and the push for nationalism in a growing number of EU Member States? Will the EU budget address the relationship of European citizens and improve mutual understanding? What is the meaning that will be given to EU actions? Growth and competitiveness? Or will it boil down to greediness and selfishness?
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This learning kit looks at awareness raising and advocacy as members of the same 'family', comprised of activities, methods and strategies that help organisations argue for certain heritage related issues or causes in a wider social and political arena. While focused on cultural heritage, it includes practical tips and strategies that you could find useful for the performing arts field as well.
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This Advocacy and Networking Toolkit provides information on what networking, advocacy and lobbying for the arts is actually all about, with examples of how collaboration can positively and professionally draw attention to these issues that concern artists and cultural workers. While it is rooted in Arterial Network's pan-African experiene, it provides lots of practical tips that can be adapted to other contexts.
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This publication collects relevant evidence substantiating the impact of culture across a range of EU policy fields. The evidence included in this impact review demonstrates without doubt the EU added value of culture and the subsequent need to properly support the cultural ecosystem.
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This IETM Brussels session was an attempt to cast aside all the doubts, disbelief and frustrations regarding the EU’s cultural policy, and to take a courageous look into the further, deeper future. Panelists and participants allowed themselves to dream and envisage what should be the right place, role and resources for culture and the arts within the European project.
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Having followed the Commission’s high-level conference on the future MFF-framework on 8-9 January 2018 as well as discussions in the European Parliament, the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts calls on the European institutions and Members States to ensure substantial support for culture, the arts and heritage within the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF).
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The Global Report series has been designed to monitor the implementation of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (2005). It provides evidence of how this implementation process contributes to attaining the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and targets.
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The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 (EYCH 2018) was officially launched at the European Culture Forum, on 7 December, in Milan.
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IETM has contributed to and signed Culture Action Europe's communiqué on the Commission’s Communication on “Strengthening European Identity through Education and Culture”.

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