Ny utlysning för delprogrammet MEDIA:s stöd till Access to Markets [eng]Call for proposals EACEA/15/2015 – Support for Access to Markets[/eng]

Delprogrammet MEDIA:s stöd till marknadsaktiviteter går ut på att förenkla och stimulera produktion, marknadsföring och spridning av europeiska audiovisuella verk vid marknader och festivaler inom och utanför Europa. Stödet ska även främja deltagande i marknader och festivaler för europeiskt branschfolk. Nu kan arrangörer av marknader och större europeiska promotionaktiviteter samt producenter av onlineverktyg söka stöd. Deadline är 28 januari 2016.

Mer information finns på
https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/creative-europe/funding/access-markets-2016_en

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What is it for ?

  • To facilitate Business to Business exchanges
  • To improve the European/International dimension and effectiveness of existing large industry markets and to increase the systemic impact of smaller initiatives
  • To increase visibility of professional and audio-visual works from EU countries with a low production capacity
  • To increase the number of EU co-productions and the diversification of talents and sources of financing
  • To improve the competitiveness and circulation of EU audio-visual works on international markets.

Deadline January 26 2016

Read more:
https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/creative-europe/funding/access-markets-2016_en

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Robert Manchin konferensens huvudtalare[eng]Robert Manchin, key speaker at the conference December 7 in Stockholm[/eng]

Välkommen till konferensen
Det europeiska projektets framtid – hänger det på regionerna?

manchin-robert-244x244Konferensens huvudtalare är den klassisk skolade musikern och forskaren Robert Manchin, född i Budapest, Ungern. Han ägnat större delen av sitt liv till sociologisk forskning och undervisning på både europeiska och amerikanska universitet kring hur sociala faktorer påverkar välfärd, samhället, livskvalitet, urban och regional utveckling. Han har haft ett flertal chefspositioner inom The Gallup Organisation och är just nu Senior Research Fellow vid Pannon University.

Läs hela hans CV

Born in Budapest, where he attended the Bartok Conservatory of Music, the Liszt Academy of Music and the Marx University of Economics. Worked at the Hungarian Academy of Science as sociologist while playing in the State Philharmonic Orchestra.

He studied and wrote books on youth musical protest movements and the long-term effects of music education in public schools. He co-authored a number of books and published several articles in social science journals on social indicators, subjective well-being, quality of life, social stratification, urban and regional development, urban social policy and housing. Spent several years teaching and doing research in American universities. Returning to Hungary before the regime change he organized samizdat publications including publishing the minutes of the transition parliament before the first free elections.

Between 1990 and 2014 he fulfilled various top management positions at Gallup Organization in the US and in Europe leading a number of global research projects. As Chairman & Managing Director of The Gallup Organisation Europe he was responsible for the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency’s research on experiences and attitudes of Roma across the EU and carried out the first EU survey on discrimination and victimisation of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people..

Among on-going activities, Robert continues to develop two key programmes: The Balkan Monitor – based on pioneering surveys throughout the Western Balkans and the Soul of the City program that allows local authorities to measure and track a city’s cultural, political, economic and social well-being, thus help stakeholders foster socio-cultural development and multiculturalism and learn how to bring more satisfaction to urban dwellers, as well as, provide timely in-depth analysis of residents’ thoughts and perceptions

As a professor at the College of Europe, developed a course to understand European social trends using survey and other data. During the summers he organize local musical events in Croatia and in the winters makes every effort to be present in his village council meetings in Hungary where he was elected as the Vice Mayor.

In collaboration with the Pannon University as a senior research fellow, he is at present involved setting up an international Institute for Advanced Studies and creation of a Policy Lab to test and support social innovation interventions.

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Welcome to the conference
The future of the European project – is it up to the regions?
December 7 in Södra Teatern, Stockholm

manchin-robert-244x244Key speaker is Robert Manchin, musician and sociological researcher . He has many years of experience of research  on how social factors affects society, wealth, quality of life, urban and regional development. Main language at the conference is swedish, but Robert Manchins speech is in english.

Robert Manchins CV:

Born in Budapest, where he attended the Bartok Conservatory of Music, the Liszt Academy of Music and the Marx University of Economics. Worked at the Hungarian Academy of Science as sociologist while playing in the State Philharmonic Orchestra.

He studied and wrote books on youth musical protest movements and the long-term effects of music education in public schools. He co-authored a number of books and published several articles in social science journals on social indicators, subjective well-being, quality of life, social stratification, urban and regional development, urban social policy and housing. Spent several years teaching and doing research in American universities. Returning to Hungary before the regime change he organized samizdat publications including publishing the minutes of the transition parliament before the first free elections.

Between 1990 and 2014 he fulfilled various top management positions at Gallup Organization in the US and in Europe leading a number of global research projects. As Chairman & Managing Director of The Gallup Organisation Europe he was responsible for the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency’s research on experiences and attitudes of Roma across the EU and carried out the first EU survey on discrimination and victimisation of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people..

Among on-going activities, Robert continues to develop two key programmes: The Balkan Monitor – based on pioneering surveys throughout the Western Balkans and the Soul of the City program that allows local authorities to measure and track a city’s cultural, political, economic and social well-being, thus help stakeholders foster socio-cultural development and multiculturalism and learn how to bring more satisfaction to urban dwellers, as well as, provide timely in-depth analysis of residents’ thoughts and perceptions

As a professor at the College of Europe, developed a course to understand European social trends using survey and other data. During the summers he organize local musical events in Croatia and in the winters makes every effort to be present in his village council meetings in Hungary where he was elected as the Vice Mayor.

In collaboration with the Pannon University as a senior research fellow, he is at present involved setting up an international Institute for Advanced Studies and creation of a Policy Lab to test and support social innovation interventions.
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Ny möjlighet att söka EU-stöd via Horizon 2020[eng]New EU funding opportunities at Horizon 2020[/eng]

Ny möjlighet att söka EU-stöd till forskning och innovation inom kulturens område. Horizon 2020 utlysningar för 2016-2017 har nu publicerats på Europeiska komissionens engelska webbsida, och här finns många möjligheter för kultursektorn. 67 miljoner Euro kommer att kunna finansiera kulturell forskning

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New funding opportunities for research and innovation in the field of culture
The Horizon 2020 work programmes and calls 2016-2017 have been published and contain many opportunities for the cultural sector. 67 million EUR will be made available in the next two years for cultural research.

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Studieresor till städer och regioner som satsar på kultur[eng]Call for participants in study visits[/eng]

DELTA I STUDIERESOR TILL STÄDER OCH REGIONER SOM SATSAR PÅ KULTUR
Culture for Cities and Regions bjuder intresserade från kommuner eller regioner (lokal eller regional nivå) att ansöka om att delta i studieresor till fem europeiska städer och regioner som satsar särskilt på kultur. Superintressanta platser!
Ansökan finns här:
http://www.cultureforcitiesandregions.eu/culture/case_studies/Our-second-call-for-study-visits-participation-is-now-open-until-4-December-WSWE-A3KCTE

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Culture for cities and regions – call for participants in study visits.
The call is about inviting representatives from local and regional authorities to attend thematic 5 study visits on culture. Those visits take place in five cities that represents successful cases of cultural investments.

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Ukraina går med i programmet Creative Europe[eng]Ukraine joins the Creative Europe[/eng]

Ukraina är det tredje grannland till EU som har gått med i  Europa komissionens program Kreativa Europa till stöd för den kulturella och kreativa sektorn.  Georgien och Moldavien gick med tidigare år 2015.
http://ec.europa.eu/…/1119-ukraine-joins-creative-europe_en.htm

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Ukraine has become the third neighbourhood country to join Creative Europe, the EU programme for support for the cultural and creative sectors. Ukraine follows Georgia and Moldova, who joined in early 2015.
http://ec.europa.eu/…/1119-ukraine-joins-creative-europe_en…

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Robert Manchin

Konferensens huvudtalare är den klassisk skolade musikern och forskaren Robert Manchin, född i Budapest, Ungern. Han ägnat större delen av sitt liv till sociologisk forskning och undervisning på både europeiska och amerikanska universitet kring hur sociala faktorer påverkar välfärd, samhället, livskvalitet, urban och regional utveckling. Han har haft ett flertal chefspositioner inom The Gallup Organisation och är just nu Senior Research Fellow vid Pannon University.  Läs hans CV nedan.

Born in Budapest, where he attended the Bartok Conservatory of Music, the Liszt Academy of Music and the Marx University of Economics. Worked at the Hungarian Academy of Science as sociologist while playing in the State Philharmonic Orchestra.

He studied and wrote books on youth musical protest movements and the long-term effects of music education in public schools. He co-authored a number of books and published several articles in social science journals on social indicators, subjective well-being, quality of life, social stratification, urban and regional development, urban social policy and housing. Spent several years teaching and doing research in American universities. Returning to Hungary before the regime change he organized samizdat publications including publishing the minutes of the transition parliament before the first free elections.

Between 1990 and 2014 he fulfilled various top management positions at Gallup Organization in the US and in Europe leading a number of global research projects. As Chairman & Managing Director of The Gallup Organisation Europe he was responsible for the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency’s research on experiences and attitudes of Roma across the EU and carried out the first EU survey on discrimination and victimisation of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people..

Among on-going activities, Robert continues to develop two key programmes: The Balkan Monitor – based on pioneering surveys throughout the Western Balkans and the Soul of the City program that allows local authorities to measure and track a city’s cultural, political, economic and social well-being, thus help stakeholders foster socio-cultural development and multiculturalism and learn how to bring more satisfaction to urban dwellers, as well as, provide timely in-depth analysis of residents’ thoughts and perceptions

As a professor at the College of Europe, developed a course to understand European social trends using survey and other data. During the summers he organize local musical events in Croatia and in the winters makes every effort to be present in his village council meetings in Hungary where he was elected as the Vice Mayor.

In collaboration with the Pannon University as a senior research fellow, he is at present involved setting up an international Institute for Advanced Studies and creation of a Policy Lab to test and support social innovation interventions.

Det europeiska projektets framtid – hänger det på regionerna? Konferens 7 december 2015[eng]The future of the European project – is it up to the regions? Conference December 7 2015[/eng]

DET EUROPEISKA PROJEKTETS FRAMTID
Hänger det på regionerna?

Kultur som drivande kraft för regional utveckling i Sverige och Europa.

Det är återigen dags för konferensen DET EUROPEISKA PROJEKTETS FRAMTID. I år möts kultursektorns tjänstepersoner, idéburna organisationer och politiker för att diskutera och samtala om kultursamverkansmodellen och hur kulturen kan vara en del av en hållbar- och social utveckling regionalt. Hur har det fungerat i regionerna i Sverige? Hur fungerar det i Europa?

Det europeiska samarbetet står just nu inför stora utmaningar. Gemensamma strategier behövs. Hur spelar en gemensam kulturpolitik och kultursamarbeten en avgörande roll i detta?  Vad innebär de kulturella och kreativa drivkrafterna för framtidens städer och regioner? Hur påverkas den regionala kulturutvecklingen av nationella strukturer och internationella samarbeten?

Regionaliseringen av kulturbudgetar i Sverige har på gott och ont lagt makten över kulturpengarna hos regionala politiker. Placeringen av kulturen på regionernas höga politiska dagordning har öppnat för ökat inflytande och sektorsövergripande samarbeten med andra politikerområden. Har kulturen fått en starkare ställning och vem bär ansvaret för de nationella kulturpolitiska målen?

Denna konferens presenterar den senaste kunskapen om kultursamverkansmodellen, konkreta exempel från regionerna i Sverige och med utblick i Europa. Vad har fungerat och vad kan vi lära?

Konferensen bjuder på intressanta panelsamtal, intervjuer och egna diskussioner.

 

Datum och tid: måndag 7 december ca kl. 09.30-17.00
Plats: Kägelbanan, Mosebacke Torg (Södra teatern)

Välkommen!

Datum och tid: måndag 7 december ca kl. 09.30-17.15

Plats: Kägelbanan, Mosebacke Torg (Södra teatern)

LÄNK TILL KONFERENSENS EGEN HEMSIDA

Registrering: Deltagandet är kostnadsfritt, anmäl dig här:

Länk till anmälan
OBSERVERA: Sista anmälningsdag är måndag den 30 november! 
AVANMÄLAN måste ske senast den 3 december annars faktureras en avgift på 500 kr.

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Culture as a driving force for regional development in Sweden and Europe

Intercult has initiated an annual conference called THE FUTURE OF THE EUROPEAN PROJECT. People working in public culture institutions, NGOs, politicians and free artists come together to discuss different topics of common concern.

This year, on December 7:th, we come together to evaluate the new structure of cultural regions in Sweden, called the collaborative model. How has it worked, what have we learned? How does it work in other European countries?

The European cooperation is facing great challenges. Common strategies are needed. How important is a common culture politic, and cultural cooperation across boarders? How is the culture development affected by national structures and international cooperations? 

This conference will present the latest news concerning the collaborative model, concrete examples from the Swedish regions and with an eye towards Europe. What has worked and what can we learn?

The conference offers panel discussions, interviews and opportunities for private conversations

.

LINK TO CONFERENCE WEBSITE (only in swedish)

Date and time: Monday december 7:th 09.30 am – 5.00 pm
Location: Kägelbanan, Mosebacke Torg (Södra teatern) How to get here
Registration: Participation is free, but notification in advance needed:

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Det europeiska projektets framtid – hänger det på regionerna? Konferens 7 december 2015[eng]The future of the European project – is it up to the regions? Conference December 7 2015[/eng]

Kultur som drivande kraft för regional utveckling i Sverige och Europa.

Det är återigen dags för konferensen DET EUROPEISKA PROJEKTETS FRAMTID. I år möts kultursektorns tjänstepersoner, idéburna organisationer och politiker för att diskutera och samtala om kultursamverkansmodellen och hur kulturen kan vara en del av en hållbar- och social utveckling regionalt. Hur har det fungerat i regionerna i Sverige? Hur fungerar det i Europa?

Det europeiska samarbetet står just nu inför stora utmaningar. Gemensamma strategier behövs. Hur spelar en gemensam kulturpolitik och kultursamarbeten en avgörande roll i detta?  Vad innebär de kulturella och kreativa drivkrafterna för framtidens städer och regioner? Hur påverkas den regionala kulturutvecklingen av nationella strukturer och internationella samarbeten?

Regionaliseringen av kulturbudgetar i Sverige har på gott och ont lagt makten över kulturpengarna hos regionala politiker. Placeringen av kulturen på regionernas höga politiska dagordning har öppnat för ökat inflytande och sektorsövergripande samarbeten med andra politikerområden. Har kulturen fått en starkare ställning och vem bär ansvaret för de nationella kulturpolitiska målen?

Denna konferens presenterar den senaste kunskapen om kultursamverkansmodellen, konkreta exempel från regionerna i Sverige och med utblick i Europa. Vad har fungerat och vad kan vi lära?

Konferensen bjuder på intressanta panelsamtal, intervjuer och egna diskussioner.

Datum och tid: måndag 7 december ca kl. 09.30-17.15

Plats: Kägelbanan, Mosebacke Torg (Södra teatern)

LÄNK TILL KONFERENSENS EGEN HEMSIDA

Registrering: Deltagandet är kostnadsfritt, anmäl dig här:

Länk till anmälan

OBSERVERA: Sista anmälningsdag är måndag den 30 november! 
AVANMÄLAN måste ske senast den 3 december annars faktureras en avgift på 500 kr.

Samarbetspartners: Riksteatern, Riksteatern Stockholms län, Ideell kulturalliansCulture Action Europe

[eng]

Culture as a driving force for regional development in Sweden and Europe

Intercult has initiated an annual conference called THE FUTURE OF THE EUROPEAN PROJECT. People working in public culture institutions, NGOs, politicians and free artists come together to discuss different topics of common concern.

This year, on December 7:th, we come together to evaluate the new structure of cultural regions in Sweden, called the collaborative model. How has it worked, what have we learned? How does it work in other European countries?

The European cooperation is facing great challenges. Common strategies are needed. How important is a common culture politic, and cultural cooperation across boarders? How is the culture development affected by national structures and international cooperations? 

This conference will present the latest news concerning the collaborative model, concrete examples from the Swedish regions and with an eye towards Europe. What has worked and what can we learn?

The conference offers panel discussions, interviews and opportunities for private conversations

.

LINK TO CONFERENCE WEBSITE (only in swedish)

Date and time: Monday december 7:th 09.30 am – 5.00 pm
Location: Kägelbanan, Mosebacke Torg (Södra teatern) How to get here
Registration: Participation is free, but notification in advance needed:

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