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Earlier this month, we brought together more than 400 delegates from over 86 countries in Stockholm, Sweden to address the theme Safeguarding Artistic Freedom at the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture.
A famous London music venue is opening its doors to 15,000 young people, the majority from disadvantaged backgrounds, each year to learn skills, build confidence and make connections to equip them to work in the UK’s creative industries.
Registrations for the 2023 Edition of Culture Action Europe’s Beyond the Obvious (BtO) are now open. Handle with Care | Culture for Social Well-being will take place in Elefsina (Eleusis), Greece from 6 to 10 June 2023.
On Tuesday, 9 May, members of the trade union confederation Glosa-Zasuk and the SVIZ trade union, together with representatives from the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Affairs, held a third meeting at the Ministry of Culture, where the social partners agreed on the need to extend the existing collective agreement for cultural activities.
The largest ever survey on physical activity in Estonia, published last year, confirmed a worrying fact - more than half of both adults and children in Estonia still do too little exercise. A new and longer-term step to get Estonians more active will be taken with the forthcoming cross-sectoral action plan to promote physical activity.
In a few weeks, we at IFACCA along with our co-hosts, the Swedish Arts Council, will welcome delegates from around the world to Stockholm for the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture on Safeguarding Artistic Freedom. Registration for the Summit will close on 14 April 2023 at 21.00 CEST, so please hurry to ensure your seat at this important conversation.