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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This briefing paper explores cultural work with refugees in Europe, analysing the current funding programmes of the European Union. The paper particularly focuses on the Erasmus+, Creative Europe and Europe for Citizens programmes. The findings are complemented by case studies and feedback from EU-funded projects under each programme. The paper provides recommendations for the future EU programme generation.
Manick Govinda of UK arts production organisation Artsadmin is an advocate for the UK’s vote to leave the European Union. His colleague Judith Knight, who founded the organisation, takes the opposite view.
The last few years have seen a dramatic growth of interest in international cultural relations (ICR) and cultural diplomacy (CD) at the EU level. This policy paper identifies some of the key opportunities and constraints in the advancement of ICR and CD in the interactive relationship between culture and foreign policy.
The European Alliance for Culture and Arts welcomes the opportunity to discuss the central role regions and cities play to address key challenges in future European policy making and cooperation between EU Member States.
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The European Commission has released the 2018 Work Programme of Creative Europe, which outlines the policy framework, the priorities and the actions implementing the Creative Europe programme in 2018.
The Reflection Paper by Culture Action Europe “Belonging and Becoming: A cultural response to the White Paper on the Future of Europe and the accompanying reflection papers” proposes a first answer to this question, reflecting the voices of over 500 cultural players throughout Europe.
The impact of digitisation - lowering communication costs and outreach - as well as the cultural shift of people wanting to connect more meaningfully with things they do, has made crowdfunding an increasingly popular method of fundraising and community building.
The European institutions are currently evaluating the Creative Europe programme and collecting suggestions for the post-2020 programme for culture. As a response, IETM and European Dancehouse Network issued a position paper, fed with experiences and insights from members of both of our networks. The paper reflects our views on the current programme and contains recommendations regarding its post-2020 successor.
Sandra Coumans talks about how cultural organisations from Eastern Europe and the Balkans learn from each other on an international level.
In the context of the wider debate on the future of the European Union, the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts welcomes the Commission’s Reflection Paper on the Social Dimension of Europe.

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