Ce rapport d’événement présente le contenu des débats du 27 juin 2023 autour de trois thèmes : évaluation, l’Ukraine et la géopolitique et l’agenda 2024. Il présente également des conclusions claires et la voie à suivre pour les relations culturelles extérieures de l’UE.
This event report presents the content of the debates held on 27 June 2023, focusing on three themes: taking stock, Ukraine and geopolitics, and the 2024 agenda. It also presents clear conclusions and way forward for the EU’s external cultural relations.
Taking stock of the EEAS first annual report on the implementation of the EU strategic framework on cultural heritage in crises, this brief builds on the debate held at the joint EUISS-cS roundtable and provides updates in light of the recent developments in Ukraine and other countries.
This second blog post uncovers the flourishing EU-LAC collaboration at the grass-roots level. Drawing from the key take-aways of the EU-LAC Forum, the analysis proposes a list of recommendations for strengthening bi-regional cultural relations in the areas of youth, inclusive and just transition.
After the EU-CELAC Summit in July 2023, this this blog post focuses on the political context and the cultural cooperation at the official level. In particular, it examines the New Agenda for EU-LAC relations launched by the Commission in June, and the role of Spain, which currently holds the rotating presidency of the Council of the EU.
A year into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, this blog post argues that the EU and its Member States urgently need to adjust their external cultural action to recent geopolitical paradigm shifts. It is now time to create a European Culture Facility to live up to climate, security and cultural challenges and avoid risks of international audiences’ indifference.
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