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2010


Consultation "Unlocking the potential of cultural and creative industries"

 

On 24 March, the Commission published its analysis of the 350 responses to the consultation launched by the Green Paper on cultural and creative industries

>> Click here to read the analysis of the consultation launched by the Green Paper on "Unlocking the potential of cultural and creative industries" 

>> Click here to read the ETC contribution to the consultation


Consultation EC Culture Programme 2014-2020 (December 2010)


>> Click here to read the ETC contribution to the EC Culture Programme Consultation (December 2010)

 

 

ETC Petition

Theatre: Wealth for the People, of the People

The European Theatre Convention has jointly ratified the enclosed resolution as a result of its General Assembly, hold in Nicosia from May 13 – 16, 2010 under the patronage of Mrs. Androulla Vassiliou, Member of the European Commission.

In response to the Green Paper “Unlocking the potential of cultural and creative industries “ published by the European Commission, the member theatres of the ETC ask the European Parliament to join forces in a structured partnership to the benefit for the society and citizens of Europe to access the immense wealth theatre art creates in each country.


The ETC member theatres ask the members of the European Parliament to co-sign this resolution in showing your support for the well-being of the European citizens. 


SHOW YOUR SUPPORT AND SIGN THE PETITION

Representing a cultural industry that reaches out annually to more than 8 Million citizens with over 16 000 public performances and events and employs more than 11 000 theatre professionals and thousands of artists in at least 24 countries, the ETC will lay in 2011 the longterm foundations to strengthen our advocacy role on a European level: to influence the policy decision making process and shape the EU agenda on issues such as education, multilingualism, social inclusion and new technologies. To pursue a pro-active dialogue we will meet with different DGs of the European Commission and relevant bodies of the European Parliament to establish a privileged partnership. Complementary the following activities will be undertaken in 2011: Continuous work in the platforms “Access to Culture”, “Cultural & Creative Industries” and the working group “Regional policies and development”, taking part in EU consultation processes on policy issues related to our work.