The Status of Artists in Europe
01 November 2006, Belgium
This report presents innovative national measures and models aimed at improving the socioeconomic status of authors (e.g. writers or visual artists) and performing artists in Europe. It addresses five main areas: individual working and contract relations; professional representation; social security; taxation; and aspects of transnational mobility. Based on the findings of the study, proposals for future Europewide action are made. Available in English and French.
Belgium The health and wellbeing of professional musicians and music creators in the EU SHIFTing towards eco practices: international cultural networks take lead See all news from Belgium
Europe Florence Museum Wins Copyright Lawsuit Over Image of “David” New report shows the impact of arts, creative and cultural activities on the lives of older people See all news from Europe
Employment, labour laws and social services UNESCO’s Aschberg programme promotes artistic freedom & status of the artists in Southern Africa Acorns 436: ‘Do not silence, do not be silenced’: Initial Reflections from the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture See all news from Employment, labour laws and social services