Mapping of practices in the EU Member States on promoting access to culture via digital means

The present EENC “Mapping of practices in the EU Member States on promoting access to culture via digital means” aims to analyse the challenges and future possibilities for European cultural organisations in the current environment of fast technological change, global competition, and tight budgets. It also identifies examples of practices that appear to be the most efficient or mostly used to support audience development via digital means, in a broad spectrum of sectors.

This document has been prepared by Ms. Cristina Da Milano and Mr. Niels Righolt on behalf of the European Expert Network on Culture – EENC.

EU-South Korea: Current Trends of Cultural Exchange and Future Perspectives

In 2012, the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Education and Culture (DG EAC) asked the EENC to map existing trends in cultural exchange between the EU and the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and their economic dimension. The request arose in the context of the implementation of the Protocol on Cultural Cooperation, which entered into force in 2011 as part of the EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement.

The resulting document presents a mapping of the current reality of cultural exchange between the EU and South Korea in several specific fields, including publishing, performing arts, cultural heritage, the mobility of artists and culture professionals, cultural industries and audiovisual (with a particular focus on co-production), as well as the policies and cooperation frameworks existing in these fields. The report was completed in late 2012 but some tables were updated in September 2013, at the request of DG EAC.

The report was prepared by Marie Le Sourd, Elena Di Federico (both members of staff of On The Move) and Dr Sung-Won Yoon (University of Suwon, South Korea).