Live Style Europe – 12/04/2019
April’s LSE podcast focused on two campaigns run by Live DMA:
The 2019 European Parliamentary elections’ campaign, for which Live DMA has prepared an advocacy plan to raise awareness among European officials on the particularities of the sector, based on the principles defined in the 2005 UNESCO Convention on the Promotion and Protection of the diversity of cultural expressions (https://en.unesco.org/creativity/sites/creativity/files/passeport-convention2005-web2.pdf) and the 2007 Fribourg Declaration on cultural rights (http://hrlibrary.umn.edu/instree/Fribourg%20Declaration.pdf).
Among the various actions Live DMA runs for this campaign, the release of our statement Amplifying the Added Value of Live Music Scenes for Europe provides concrete guidelines and wishes from the live music sector that we represent.
Read the full statement here: http://www.live-dma.eu/amplifying-the-added-value-of-live-music-scenes-for-europe/
More information about Live DMA’s campaign here: http://www.live-dma.eu/toolkit-live-dmas-european-parliamentary-elections-campaign/
We also had the chance to talk Cultural Rights and international cooperation with Laura Aufrère, a French Phd in Management, Lab of Economy (Paris 13, St Denis University) working on the solidarity and social economy and the commons.
We also released a communication campaign “What Artists Say” where we invite artists to talk about the support provided by small-sized venues for their careers. Discover how artists support European live music venues & clubs here: http://www.live-dma.eu/what-artists-say/
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