#PhilanthropyDoesNotStop – Le notizie dall’Europa

AGGIORNAMENTO DEL 5/04

IL FUTURO DEL SETTORE CULTURALE NELL’EUROPA POST COVID-19

In una dichiarazione congiunta, European Cultural Foundation e Culture Action Europe hanno esortato il Parlamento Europeo, la Commissione e gli Stati membri a riconoscere i settori culturali e creativi come parte integrante del piano di ripresa economica, sociale e ambientale per l’Europa nell’ambito del prossimo Quadro Finanziario Pluriennale (QFP 2021-2017) e a sostenere il settore culturale e creativo con almeno il 7% del Recovery Fund nei primi anni di programmazione.

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UN MOMENTO CRUCIALE PER LE FONDAZIONI DI COMUNITÀ

Doppio impatto dell’emergenza Coronavirus sulle fondazioni di comunità: facilita l’espressione del loro potenziale di mobilitare risorse e raggiungere rapidamente le persone vulnerabili, ma mette alla prova anche la loro resilienza.

L’approfondimento a cura di James Magowan, Coordinating Director di ECFI (European Community Foundation Initiative)

DIAMO SPAZIO ALLA FILANTROPIA: É FONDAMENTALE IN QUESTA CRISI

L’approfondimento di Beth Breeze, Direttrice del Centre for Philanthropy, University of Kent e di Paul Ramsbottom, Segretario Generale della Wolfson Foundation sul Guardian.

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FIT FOR THE FUTURE: CAN WE EMERGE STRONGER FROM THE COVID-19 CRISIS?

Civil society was not ready for COVID-19. In this, the first of a series of articles aiming to assess changes needed to ensure a stronger supporting environment for civil society, Benjamin Bellegy (WINGS), Chris Worman (TechSoup) and Lysa John (CIVICUS) discuss the investments needed in civil society and its philanthropic and technical infrastructure, and the actions we must take to emerge wiser and stronger from the current crisis and to be prepared for crises to come.

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CULTURAL WELFARE – WHAT ROLE CAN THE ARTS PLAY IN THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CITIZENS?

The publication of the New Agenda for Culture by the European Commission in 2018 was a significant development for people working in the field of culture as it widened the focus from cultural policies to so-called cultural crossovers, i.e. interactions between cultural production and participation and policy areas external to the traditional cultural sector, including health and well-being, alongside social cohesion and innovation.

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A LETTER FROM THE FRONTLINE- VALUE OF CROATIAN CIVIL SOCIETY IN TIME OF DOUBLE CRISIS

Civil society organisations have been significantly disrupted by the COVID-19 crisis. In Croatia the earthquake from 22 March increased the burden for NGOs and charities. In this opinion piece the head of the National Foundation for Civil Society Development in Croatia, and representative on the EFC’s Governing Council, Ms Cvjetana Plavsa-Matic, is urging the EU to reflect the specific needs of NGOs and charities in the COVID-19 bail-out packages.

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