Jamm'Europe 2017

5 July 2017, 9 am

Dear Jammers,

Thank you for spending 7 hours with us and participating in this joint exercise of co-creating a cultural scenario.

Culture Action Europe (CAE) initiated discussion process among cultural operators to contribute to a vision guiding us into a sustainable future of the European project. We are reaching out, taking pulse of the cultural sector from Europe and beyond to collectively shape a cultural scenario. Hub meetings, complemented by this online Jamm’Europe session closes the first phase of Culture Action Europe's #EuropeofCulture journey. We will now collect all your inputs and draft a joint manifesto that will be shared with you and opened for comments.

Five questions of the Jamm’Europe will still be open for comments until 12 July. If you haven’t had the chance to join us live, you can still post your thoughts.

We’d really like to thank you for your time, for your ideas and for your passion in sharing your views. But, most of all, we want to thank you for caring enough to be with us in this adventure.

In the meantime, we hope you find the time, the space, the energy and the funding to create whatever you need to create.

The Jamm Team

What's going on

James P Kinsella shared their blog post on Facebook
Apr 30
Anastasia PAPARIS and Jesper de Raad are now friends
Apr 25
Montserrat Moliner replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"To regulate a common space, to be able to implement a taxation that takes into account the intermittents of artistic work. This common space should take into account the differences between the countries of North and South Europe, as there is curren…"
Apr 25
Jordi Pascual updated their profile
Apr 25
Montserrat Moliner replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"Lower and regulate the taxes of added value generated by cultural work in Europe and stop considering culture as a product or object of luxury."
Apr 25
Maria Mulas replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"1) Try to change educational systems in the schools of Countries with less possibilities for to involve more the Young peoples in the future and involve them also more in the mobility of Europe. For to do it, is necessary more information in the sch…"
Apr 25
Marco Aperti replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"Dear participants
Thanks for the interesting conversations and comments.
I mostly followed the Education & Research and the Labour and Working Condition Conditions sections.
I’m part of a grassroots organization (Conversas) based in Rotterdam now ac…"
Apr 25
Montserrat Moliner replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"We can not accept that the passion for artistic work is an excuse for having less opportunities or working in precarious conditions."
Apr 25
Angela Russo replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"What should be the main areas of improvement in the new Erasmus programme?
The ErasmusUpgrade Manifesto published by ESN focused on challenges of the outreach, support services, management and implementation, recognition of mobility outcomes and inc…"
Apr 25
Rosa P Monclus replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"We need mobility across Europe but it is also very resource intensive. Hence, more support for sustainable mobility - e.g train vs plane should be encouraged in the programmes. "
Apr 25
Europa Nostra updated their profile photo
Apr 25
Europa Nostra replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"Indeed, Europa Nostra's President launched the #Ode2Joy challenge for the European Year of Cultural Heritage and renewed his call for contributions for Europe Day on 9 May 2019.
We were overwhelmed to see the creative and most inspiring contribution…"
Apr 25
Rosa P Monclus replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"What about mission and value based investment instead of growth for growth sake? "
Apr 25
Lucie Susova replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"We have talked about educations from all angles today and one thing is clear:  we need the holistic approach to the education that puts the learner to the centre!  And for this few solutions came up: 
1) Social investments in education and learning…"
Apr 25
Frans Hakkemars replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"With our Dreamsuitcase "Droomtheater" from Rotterdam, the Netherlands, we develop small scale shadow theatre projects to connect stories top down, bottom up and in between. We want to be between the people, with real inter-esse. Our principles are t…"
Apr 25
Culture Action Europe replied to Culture Action Europe's discussion We have solutions!
"There should be an EU common instrument for freelance and independent working and assistance in the transition to new ways of working. Alongside this there needs to be changes in the welfare state and social rights to support freelance and independe…"
Apr 25
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Our focus:

4 KICK OFF DISCUSSION QUESTIONS



Future of Europe: 5 scenarios

Which is your favourite scenario? The five scenarios presented in the White Paper aim to steer a debate on the future of Europe. They offer a series of glimpses into the potential state of the Union by 2025. Scenarios are illustrative in nature to provoke thinking. They are not detailed blueprints or policy prescriptions.

Vote for each scenario, click here to share your opinion.

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