Europe

Future for Religious Heritage (FRH)

FRH the only organisation of its kind, is a not for profit, non-religious organisation open to all that brings together those who work to protect religious heritage across Europe. FRH members include NGOs, charities, government, religious and university departments.

EJN Webinars on the Covid-19 crisis

A series of public online webinars that EJN will run over the coming month A that deal with various aspects of the covid-19 crisis and its short and long-term effects on the creative music sector and all its stakeholders.

Follow Your Art

Follow Your Art is a funding campaign to support artists and art workers hit by the covid-19 measures across European countries and beyond.

From Giffoni to Europe

A webinar where 9 giffoners set to talk to the european commissioner Mariya Gabriel, a unique opportunity to talk about their future and some topics for the youth: culture, innovation, education.

European web conference

A European web conference on the value and use of 3D digital cultural heritage for resilience, recovery and sustainability.

Alliance of Independent Press Councils of Europe (AIPCE)

AIPCE is a network of independent Press and Media Councils in Europe to enhance cooperation and exchange of information. Its annual conferences provide a forum for Media and Press Council representatives to discuss topical issues, to exchange ideas and to offer and receive advice.

News Media Europe (NME)

NME promotes the interests of the news media industry to the European Union institutions aiming to uphold and enhance the freedom to publish and to champion the news brands – in print and on line – that are powering the creative industries of the EU.

Eurozine

Eurozine is an online magazine and European network linking up more than 90 cultural journals and associates in 35 countries.

European Publishers Council (EPC)

EPC is a high-level group of Chairmen and CEOs of Europe’s leading media groups representing companies which are active in news media, television, radio, digital market places, journals, eLearning, databases and books.

EGTA

EGTA is a non-profit association based in Brussels that represents the interests of television and radio sales houses. EGTA is the European trade association for marketers of advertising solutions across (multiple) screens and/or audio platforms, with the aim to help its members protect, grow and diversify their business around content edited and broadcast on a linear basis by their TV channels and/or radio stations.

Cultura e Salute

A platform that brings together the extraordinary range of digital culture produced during the lockdown, in order to make it accessible to web users.