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In response to covid-19 pandemic, European countries are deploying unprecedented emergency tactics and a warlike language. The “invisible enemy” is weakening not only the public health and labour systems across the continent deeply affected by the austerity policies of the last decade, but is also putting under threat the European project as we know it.
Thanks to the 160+ participants of the Beyond the Urban webinar on 16/03, jointly organised with Culture Action Europe, IETM and Trans Europe Halles.
A new book tackling the future of cultural policies Les éditions KEA launch their second publication The Future of Cultural Policies to mark the 20th anniversary of the company. For over two decades KEA has been scrutinizing firsthand the evolution of EU policies in the field of culture. This new book by Philippe Kern approaches the role cultural policy plays in a fast-changing world. It explores the evolution of cultural policies worldwide.
All sectors are affected by the Covid-19 pandemia but we are very much aware that the alternative and independent art scene is / will be particularly under pressure. This list of resources has been compiled, in partnership with Circostrada*, as a way to gather information and initiatives internationally (particularly in Europe, Asia and the USA) that can be useful to share, know about and/or be inspired from.
ICMP is the global trade body which represents music publishers’ interests worldwide.
Today, the Commission unveils its ideas and actions for a digital transformation that works for all, reflecting the best of Europe: open, fair, diverse, democratic and confident.