|Employees' organisations||Employers' organisations|
EEA - European Entertainment Alliance
|Performing Arts Employers Associations League Europe|
|EURO-MEI - UNI-Europa performance and media branch|
|International Federation of Musicians|
|International Federation of Actors|
Social dialogue in this sector covers:
The slow growth or even decline in public subsidies for the sector in EU countries in recent years has put the budgets of many established performing arts organisations under pressure. Moreover, the nature of the live performance sector requires significant geographical mobility.
However, the European social partners consider that there is no satisfactory response to the problems of visas, work permits, residence, recognition of diplomas and status of artists in terms of social protection and taxation, which need to be resolved if workers are to be fully mobile. These problems stem from disparities in legislation between European countries.
The Committee is currently focusing on:
Check the library entries for this sectoral social dialogue committee.
See also "European sectoral social dialogue – recent developments" (2010 brochure).