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Culture Action Europe

Inschrijvingsnummer in het register: 11331097409-13
Inschrijvingsdatum: 12/12/2011 15:52:15

Deze gegevens werden voor het laatst gewijzigd op: 05/02/2015 17:49:23
De laatste jaarlijkse update vond plaats op: 05/02/2015 17:49:23
Volgende actualisering uiterlijk op: 05/02/2016

    Inschrijver: Organisatie of zelfstandige

Culture Action Europe

CAE

AISBL

    Inschrijvingscategorie

III - Niet-gouvernementele organisaties

Niet-gouvernementele organisaties, platformen & netwerken e.d.

    Contactgegevens

Ravenstein, 23
B-1000 Bruxelles
BELGIË

(+32) 25344002

    Wettelijk verantwoordelijke

Mevrouw  Mercedes Giovanizzo

Présidente du comité exécutif

    Contactpersoon voor EU-zaken

Mijnheer  Luca Bergamo

Secrétaire Général

    Doelstellingen en taken

Culture Action Europe est la principale plateforme politique pour la culture en Europe, représentant plus de 80 000 organisations dans 24 pays.

L’Association, dénuée de tout but lucratif, rassemble des personnes physiques et morales autour des objectifs suivants :
a) Placer la culture au cœur du débat public et des prises de décision à tout niveau – du local à l’européen - en tant que composante essentielle au développement de sociétés durables, fondées sur le respect des droits universels de l’homme, pour les générations présentes et à venir ;

b) Encourager le développement de l’Union Européenne, dans le cadre d’une démocratie fondée sur le respect des droits humains et la reconnaissance de l’identité complexe de l’Europe, excluant l’hégémonie d’une seule langue, culture ou religion.

Europees

    Onder het register vallende activiteiten

Culture Action Europe is currently following numerous EU initiatives such as the review of the EU2020 strategy, the construction of the Digital Single Market (including) the Copyright framework review as well as the TTIP trade negotiations.

Over the course of 2014, Culture Action Europe has among others launched an awareness campaign for the European elections, organised the European Citizen Summit together with the Civil Society Contact group as well as its annual conference " Beyond the obvious: from producing things to nurturing social capital".


 

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2012 has been an important and positive year for Culture Action Europe (CAE), a turning point of the organisation’s life with many changes having been put into practice. CAE, its members and supporters of the campaign ‘we are more – act for culture in Europe’, launched in strategic partnership with the European Cultural Foundation, positively influenced the European Union legislative process and several of CAE’s and the campaign’s demands will be met once the new operational programmes for 2014-2020 have been approved.

During the year, CAE’s Executive Committee, staff and members invested substantial resources in reviewing the organisation’s position in the EU policy landscape, its relationships with its members and synergies with members’ activities, the functioning of the board and the long-term strategy of the organisation. In order to open up CAE’s reflection to a wider audience beyond the sector, CAE organized an international public conference in Brussels 9-11 Nov 2012 that mobilized more than 170 activists and campaigners from all across Europe. The response to the review by the membership has been very positive, and the 2013 work programme includes a long list of joint activities with old and new members and partners all across Europe.

Concerning the further development of the 'we are more' campaign, additional advocacy tools were developed in the form of a toolkit on the structural funds negotiations and a ‘Lobbying contacts pack’ including the contacts to all relevant institutions per objective and per country. In addition, several events were carried out in collaboration with the Danish and Cyprus EU Presidencies. CAE also produced three public campaign statements on ‘Creative Europe’ and one public campaign statement on the future Structural Funds. In the context of the negotiations of the next multiannual financial framework (MFF) for 2014-2020, CAE set up an online letter to EU Heads of State and governments on the occasion of the extraordinary summit 22-23 November 2012, which was signed by more than 6.000 people in less than one week. CAE also contributed to the EC consultation on the “European year for Citizens 2013”.

    Aantal personen dat betrokken is bij de hierboven vermelde activiteiten

100%: 5  

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5

    Geaccrediteerd voor toegang tot de gebouwen van het Europees Parlement

Voornaam Achternaam Begindatum Einddatum
Luca BERGAMO 12/07/2014 10/07/2015
Carmen Fenollosa Sanchez de Leon 06/11/2014 03/11/2015
Katherine HEID 28/04/2015 24/04/2016
Louise PROUTEAU 11/09/2014 09/09/2015

    Interessegebieden

  • Audiovisuele sector en media
  • Begroting
  • Buitenlandse betrekkingen
  • Cultuur
  • Informatiemaatschappij
  • Justitie en grondrechten
  • Onderwijs
  • Regionaal beleid

    Lidmaatschap en aangesloten organisaties

113

CEATL - Conseil Europeen des Associations de Traducteurs Litteraires(32),
Europa Cantat(41),
EWC - European Writers Council(60),
EMC - European Music Council(78),
AMATEO(18),
ENCC - European Network of Cultural Centres(24),
NEMO - Network for Museums Association Europe(32),
PEARLE* - Performing Arts Employers League(45),
Bundesvereiniging Soziokultureller Zentren Deutschland(14),
Riksteatern(350),
Voluntary Arts Network(300),
IGBK - European Secretariat of Cultural NGOs in Germany(70),
Forum voor Amateurkunsten(21),
BKJ-Bundesvereiniging Kulturelle Jugendbildung E.V.(54),
ACCR - Reseau Europeen des centres culturels installes dans les lieux(43),
AEC - Associations Européenne des Conservatoires(274),
Banlieues d'Europe(300),
Biennale des Jeunes Createurs de La Mediterrranee(73),
ELIA - European League of Institutes of the Arts(350),
EFA - European Festivals Association(100),
EJN - Europe Jazz Network(78),
ETC - European Theatre Convention(47),
IAMIC - International Association of Music Information Centres(43),
IETM - Informal European Theatre Meeting(450),
Jeunesses Musicales Internationales(200),
Opera Europa(114),
Resartis - International Association of Residential Arts Centres(300),
RESEO - Reseau Europeen des Services Educatifs d'Opera(70),
T E H - Trans Europe Halles(51),
IFEA Europe(90),
Association Francaise des Orchestras (AFO)(33),
BKO/RAB(70),
Clubture(80),
Danse og Teatersentrum - Norwegian Association for the Performing Arts(93),
Fédération nationale des arts de la rue(350),
GAI - Italy(39),
IG Kultur Austria(357),
KulturpolitischeGesellschaft(200),
ITI germany(35),
Kunsten '92(410),
Kunstconnectie(183),
SYNDEAC(300),
Visual Artists Ireland(75),
VVC - Vereniging Vlaamse Cultuurcentra(141),
ARCI(5400),
Drustvo Asociacija(47),
NKF Swedish Section(30),
VNT - Vereinignen Nederlandse Toneelzaal(110)

  • BELGIË
  • CYPRUS
  • DENEMARKEN
  • DUITSLAND
  • FRANKRIJK
  • HONGARIJE
  • IERLAND
  • ITALIË
  • KROATIË
  • LUXEMBURG
  • NEDERLAND
  • OOSTENRIJK
  • POLEN
  • PORTUGAL
  • ROEMENIË
  • SLOVENIË
  • SLOWAKIJE
  • SPANJE
  • TSJECHIË
  • VERENIGD KONINKRIJK
  • ZWEDEN
  • BELARUS
  • ZWITSERLAND

CIVIL SOCIETY CONTACT GROUP

European Year for Citizens 2013

    Financiële gegevens

01/2014  -  07/2014

< 9.999 €

271.604 €

117.500 €

0 €

-

117.500 €

Creative Europe-DG EAC

0 €

0 €

154.104 €

63.960 €

35.000 €

6.857 €

48.287 €

    Gedragscode

Door zich in te schrijven heeft de organisatie ingestemd met de gedragscode van het transparantieregister.