18 December 2020
The European Commission’s defined priorities for 2019-2024 are highly relevant for policy making in the field of culture at EU level and for the key themes of European cultural cooperation. These priorities are part of the overall political strategy of the European Union. The defined priorities remain highly relevant for policy making in the field of culture at EU level and for the key themes of European cultural cooperation.
For the period of 2019-24, the six political priorities of the European Commission are:
1.A European Green Deal
2.A Europe fit for the digital age
3.An economy that works for people
4.A stronger Europe in the world
5.Promoting our European way of life
6.A new push for European democracy
Given their important role for economies and societies in the EU, cultural and creative sectors can greatly contribute to all of the above-mentioned priorities. The EU contributes to a sustainable and inclusive culture with the New European Agenda for Culture, the Work Plans for Culture, the European Framework for Action on Cultural Heritage, the International Cultural Relations, and the Regulatory Framework.
Read more and join the movement on sustainable and inclusive culture: https://ec.europa.eu/culture/policies/strategic-framework-eus-cultural-policy