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Belgium-Brussels: Structured dialogue in the field of culture
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Structured dialogue in the field of culture
The New European Agenda for Culture, COM(2018)287, adopted by the Commission on 22.5.2018, proposes a new overarching framework for EU policy collaboration on culture, building on the 2007 European Agenda. Under the New Agenda, the Commission “proposes to broaden the current structured dialogue, going beyond topics examined under the Open Method of Coordination, making more of online collaboration opportunities, and opening up to relevant organisations outside cultural and creative sectors on a case-by-case basis. It will also propose a more active role for civil society in preparing the biennial European Culture Forums”. The objectives are to strengthen the advocacy capacity of the cultural sector in policy debate at European level; allow a regular exchange of views and a structured dialogue between the Commission and Civil Society stakeholders in the field of culture; contribute to and inform about policy developments in the field of culture at European level.
Some brainstorming meetings could take place in other member states
The EC has identified the following themes that may be subject to Structured Dialogue: Cultural heritage — Governance, quality, skills (building on EYCH 2018 and the work of the Stakeholders Committee); Culture for social inclusion; Cultural diversity; Culture and the arts — Education and training; Cultural and creative industries — Skills, finance, innovation capacity; Cultural professionals — Mobility, working and employment conditions; Circulation of works of art; International cultural relations; Measuring the value of culture. The main tasks to be undertaken by the tenderer are to consult on the themes, identify experts, organise Brainstorming and Dialogue meetings, produce minutes of all the meetings, produce and disseminate Policy Papers, Manage an online forum of stakeholders.
Maximum renewal: 1
Amendment of the 2018 annual work programme of the Creative Europe programme - Index 3.04
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents
Section IV: Procedure
Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture, Rue Joseph II 70, 1049 Brussels, Belgium
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Section VI: Complementary information