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Category Archives: Blog
Yesterday (15 May), we received an answer from Doris Pack, Chair of the EP Culture and Education committee, who also wrote on behalf of the EP President, Martin Schulz, to our letter in defense of the European budget for culture … Continue reading
In preparation for the Dutch Parliament’s Culture Committee meeting on the 14th of May, several Dutch campaign partners* have joined forces to send a strong letter to the parliament defending the Creative Europe programme and its budget. Read the letter … Continue reading
MEP Silvia Costa (S&D, Italy, rapporteur for Creative Europe in the Culture Committee of the European Parliament) has launched a call to defend the budget for the next EU Culture Programme Creative Europe. In her statement issued earlier today (11 … Continue reading
We are getting worrying indications concerning the possible impact of the cuts proposed by the national Governments to the EU budget for 2014-2020. Pressures to cut funds to culture in favor of other policy have grown during the last days … Continue reading
There are currently vacancies for two interns at Culture Action Europe‘s office in Brussels. Internship 1: Culture Action Europe is looking for a communications intern We are currently looking for a full-time communications intern, preferably for a period of 6 … Continue reading
Last week, the European Parliament adopted a bold resolution on the EU budget 2014-2020 in reaction to the political agreement for a decreased EU budget reached by the EU Heads of State in February. Learn more about the EP demands … Continue reading
Yesterday (13 March) MEPs took a strong position on the next EU budget 2014-2020, based on which we hope some improvements can be made before the final adoption. The President of the European Parliament, Mr Martin Schulz, made the following … Continue reading
In two days (13 March) the European Parliament will vote about the next global EU budget 2014-2020. What’s at stake in the field of culture? Read all about it in this year’s first campaign newsletter!
The 2013 European Debates promoted by Culture Action Europe consists of a series of debates on European issues linked to the campaign message and animated by the advocacy network’s members across Europe. The ultimate goal of the debates is to … Continue reading
In 2012, Intercult and Culture Action Europe co-lead the campaign project ‘we are more – Gathering Nordic cultural operators to joint advocacy actions’ supported by the Capacity Development module of the Nordic Council of Ministers’ Art and Culture Programme. The … Continue reading