17 November 2017
Statement on the European Commission’s Communication “Strengthening European Identity through Education and Culture”
Today, following the initiative of Council President Donald Tusk on the Leaders’ Agenda, EU heads of state and government come together in Gothenburg, Sweden for a debate on culture and education. The European Alliance for Culture and the Arts very much welcomes this meeting and the attention paid by heads of states and government to the importance of education and culture. Read more.
12 October 2017
Statement on Culture in regions and cities
In the run up of the European Week of Regions and Cities, the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts addresses the crucial role that regions and cities should play at the European level. Read more.
26 June 2017
Statement on the Reflection Paper on the Social Dimension of Europe
In the context of the wider debate on the future of the European Union, the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts welcomes the Commission’s Reflection Paper on the Social Dimension of Europe. Read more.
20 March 2017
G7 Cultural Summit: Open Letter to the Cultural Ministers of France, Italy and Germany
We call upon the cultural ministers of the G7 group to include culture in the newly upcoming fundamental discussion on Europe’s future and to appeal to other member states and the EU institutions to put culture at the heart of European policies. Read more.
31 January 2017
Culture at the heart of a sustainable Europe: Political Statement on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaties
60 years ago, the treaties of Rome prepared the ground for the European Union. When celebrating their 60th anniversary in March this year, Member States will have the opportunity to reaffirm their commitment to fundamental European values whilst creating a new understanding of a sustainable European project, deeply grounded in the European societies. Read more.
19 December 2016
No Sustainable Development without Culture
The European Alliance for Culture and the Arts appeals to include culture, arts and creative work in the the European Commission’s new strategy for achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development of the United Nations (the 2030 Agenda). Read more.