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Study presentation: Culture and creative sectors (CCS) in the European Union – Key future developments, challenges and opportunities

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, Read more…

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Culture and creative sectors in the European Union – Key future developments, challenges and opportunities

Original publication: September 2019 Authors: KEA European Affairs: Clémentine Daubeuf, Arthur Le Gall, Teodora Pletosu, Marianthi Kopellou. PPMI: Donatas Pocius, Olha Koshchiyenko, Rasa Goštautaitė. Short link to this post: http://bit.ly/2lCi9bw Available languages: This report is a foresight scenario-based study which assesses the way the European CCS are already affected and Read more…

Figure 1: The Strategic Triangle
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EU funding for cultural work with refugees: current practice and lessons learned

Original publication: November 2017 Author: Rasoul Nejadmehr Short link to this post: http://bit.ly/2zahWhI Available languages: This essay is an inquiry into publicly funded cultural projects that are intended to address the current refugee crisis. It investigates different approaches to artistic interventions in different Member States (MS), the conditions of cultural Read more…

EU funding for cultural work with refugees: towards the next programme generation
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EU funding for cultural work with refugees: towards the next programme generation

Original publication: November 2017 Authors: Rosanna LEWIS (author), Polly MARTIN (co-author) Short link to this post: http://bit.ly/2jcFYlq Available languages: 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 Read more…

Why cultural work with refugees
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Why cultural work with refugees

Original publication: November 2017 Author: Prof Alison Phipps, University of Glasgow, UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts Short link to this post: http://bit.ly/2zW7FcE Available languages: Background This briefing provides useful, authoritative and timely information to Members of the CULT Committee on the effectiveness of cultural work Read more…