aceeuropeArts and Cultural Education at School in Europe. This document is published by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA P9 Eurydice). This study presents up-to-date, comprehensive and comparable information on arts education policy in 30 European countries. It gives a detailed picture of the aims and objectives of arts education, its organisation, the provision of extra-curricular activities as well as initiatives for the development of such education at school. It also includes information on pupil assessment and teacher education in the arts. Besides the comparative study, detailed country descriptions on all topics covered are also available.  [+]
Culture is also a catalyst of economic and social innovation for our regions and cities! A study that has just been released by the European Commission explores the still largely underestimated links between culture, cultural diversity, creativity and – more largely social, scientific and economic innovation. Using concrete examples from different sectors and parts of Europe, the study illustrates synergies and positive spill-over effects produced by culture - through the creativity it generates - in areas such as learning development in a long life perspective, the acceptance and use of NICT by the general public, stimulation of research, product and service innovation, branding of cities, reinforcement of social capital, motivation of staff, modernization of public services etc.  [+]
Miércoles, 08 Julio 2009 10:30

Estudio intercambios culturales UE-China

The study provides an overview of the cultural sector in China before going on to describe the current state of cultural exchanges between the EU and its Member States and China. Study on "The Potential for Cultural Exchanges between the European Union and Third Countries: The Case of China", commissioned by European Parliament, is now available. It concludes by providing ideas for policymakers on how such exchanges can be strengthened. China is taken here as a test case for the EU's cultural policy towards third countries in general. Strand 1.3 of EU's Culture Programme (2007-2013) foresees the possibility of launching special actions in and with third countries, which have concluded association or cooperation agreements with the Community. Each year, this enables one ore more countries to be subject of a call for proposals for third countries. The call enables grants to be given for cooperation projects, which correspond to the objectives of the Culture Programme.  [+]
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