Committee on Culture and Education – Study requested by CULT Committee, commissioned and managed by the Policy Department – “Culture and creative sectors (CCS) in the European Union – Key future developments, challenges and opportunities– Presentation by Clémentine DAUBEUF from KEA European Affairs and Donatas POCIUS from PPMI

Brussels, 4 September 2019

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Culture and creative sectors (CCS) are confronted with an ever-changing environment which challenges practices, business models and market balances. This study highlights the key trends that are likely to impact the future development of the CCS in their operational context in the European Union by 2030.

A presentation of the study took place on 4 September 2019, as follows:

  • Objectives of the study
  • Future scenarios per policy area
  • Policy recommandations
  • Recommendations on key programmes and initiatives

The debate that followed the expert’s presentation referred to, among others:

  • Digital skills and literacy
  • Funding instruments, in particular as regards SMEs operating within the CCS
  • European CCS in an international environment
  • Threats and opportunities stemming from Artificial Intelligence

Presentation:

Watch video of the event (with multilingual interpretation):

Further reading: Research for CULT Committee: Culture and creative sectors in the European Union – Key future developments, challenges and opportunities


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