Archives d'auteurs : Allison Reekie

Caroline Dedenis joins KEA

KEA is pleased to announce that Caroline Dedenis has joined KEA in April as Communications officer. Caroline has a post graduate master degree in marketing, design & creation, as well as a master in marketing and management and a degree in industrial & product design. Caroline has a background that blends together the complementary disciplines … Suite

Eine Kulturpolitik für die EU – Europa durch Kultur verändern ist möglich

Die Herrn Kaczyński, Orban und Salvini verbünden sich. Sie fordern die Festung Europa, den Bau von Mauern. Sie zelebrieren nationale Mythen und beschwören nationalistische Visionen und Kulturvorstellungen. Sie beschuldigen die EU, nationale Identitäten zu bedrohen [1]. Historisch betrachtet hat Kulturpolitik zum Aufbau von Nationalstaaten beigetragen. Heute wird sie für einen Feldzug gegen eine humanistische Vision von … Suite

Una Politica Culturale per l’Unione Europea -Trasformare l’Europa attraverso la Cultura è possibile – Philippe Kern

La nuova coalizione formatasi tra Kaaczyński, Orban e Salvini si basa su una visione dell’Europa resa più forte dalla chiusura dei confini e dall’innalzamento di barriere. I tre leaders promuovono discorsi nazionalistici e sovranisti[1] contro un’Europa colpevole, a loro avviso, di ledere le identità nazionali. Se storicamente le politiche culturali sono servite come strumento per … Suite

KEA to provide capacity building to increase investment in the Cultural and Creative sectors under the EU Guarantee Facility

On 13 June 2018 the European Investment Fund (EIF) announced the launch of a capacity building programme for financial intermediaries in the Cultural and Creative Sectors (CCS). Selected by the EIF, KEA European Affairs partnered with Deloitte Digital to provide the scheme operating under the Cultural and Creative Sectors Guarantee Facility. The Facility is a … Suite

For Culture to Contribute to the European Project !

KEA joins the call from Europe’s cultural & creative sectors to make culture more central to EU policies. The European Commission is about to present its draft Regulation for the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework. In this context, the cultural and creative industries  are requesting more attention from policy makers on the potential for cultural workers … Suite

Communiqué 8 June 2017 – European Commission unveils study on the impact of technology on culture and creative industries at MIDEM

A new study on Creative Value Chains will be presented for the first time at MIDEM on 9 June – a leading business event for the international music industry in Cannes. The study is a follow up to KEA’s groundbreaking 2006 research on the Economy of Culture in Europe which assessed the economic and social … Suite

Proposal for copyright reform: European Commission stands with creators and the cultural industries

On 14 September 2016, the European Commission (EC) unleashed its proposal for a new Directive on copyright in the framework of the Digital Single Market strategy, announced by the Juncker Commission in May 2015. KEA identifies four main novelties in the draft proposal: a new intellectual property right to the benefit of news publishers; measures … Suite

Living Labs: the key instruments in research and innovation

KEA has recently written a study about Living Labs for CETIC, the Centre of Excellence in Information and Communication Technologies of Wallonia region, Belgium. The study underlined the main challenges that Living Labs are currently facing in order to suggest some best practices and recommendations, based on literature review and the outcomes of structured interviews … Suite