Joint letter to the European Parliament calling for support for culture in the recovery & resilience facility
20 organisations from across the cultural and creative sector have joined to address a letter to the members of the European Parliament asking them to support a number of amendments tabled on the draft Report on a Recovery and Resilience Facility.
Liveurope have joined forces with 25 other organisations from across Europe’s cultural and creative sectors to address a letter to European Commissioners Thierry Breton (Internal Market) and Paolo Gentiloni (Economy) regarding the EU’s flagship investment programme InvestEU.
A call for hope and solidarity in the context of the current crisis that was endorsed by more than 1600 French companies and organisations operating in the cultural, creative and media sectors
Many public authorities take the view that culture is secondary or even a luxury. They gravely misunderstand the true value of cultural investment and the consequences of neglecting culture as part of recovery policies.
Following the European Parliament CULT Committee’s meeting with the German Presidency of the Council of the EU on the 1st of September and in the run up to the vote on the Parliament’s resolution on “Cultural recovery of Europe”, IETM calls on the European institutions and the Member States to pay attention to the some issues.
In light of the Covid-19 crisis, the Liveurope members issued the following statement to reaffirm their commitment to continue working together to boost the circulation of Europe’s rich musical diversity and highlight the unique role venues can take in reviving the European music ecosystem.