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The cultural and creative sectors were one of the industries hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, using digital tools, creativity and innovation, artists where able to stay in contact with their audiences, to share content and to bring concerts into living-rooms. New forms of content have emerged, some of them showing the artist recording in their own home and creating a more personal relationship compared with the previous stage-audience separation. Digitalisation has also brought music to people who would otherwise not necessarily have attended a venue, e.g. a classical concert to marginalised or vulnerable groups. Date: 26/10/2022Related groups: Civil Society Organisations' GroupWorkers' GroupEmployers' Group
The European Investment Bank adopted its first Strategic Approach to Fragility and Conflict. It outlines the bank’s vision and approach to working in fragile and conflict affected contexts, with the aim to enhance EIB’s development impact.
Wednesday, 5 October Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP
State aid: Commission approves €292.5 million Italian measure under Recovery and Resilience Facility to support STMicroelectronics in construction of a plant in the semiconductor value chain
European Commission Press release Brussels, 05 Oct 2022 The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a €292.5 million Italian measure made available through the Recovery and Resilience Facility ('R...
On Thursday, the EP’s spyware inquiry committee will organise a debate with MEPs who have been victims or targets of spyware.Committee of Inquiry to investigate the use of Pegasus and equivalent surveillance spyware Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP
On Tuesday, Members of the European Parliament warned the Commission against falling short of protecting the EU’s financial interests in Hungary.Committee on Budgetary Control Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP
Remarks EVP Timmermans at the Climate Vulnerable Forum High Level Meeting at the pre-COP27 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
European Commission Speech Kinshasa, 04 Oct 2022 Thank you very much Ghana for organizing this meeting. We have have seen across the world, one after the other disaster, and most of these disasters are directl...
Tuesday 04 October 2022 18:19
Following Parliament’s approval, EU consumers will soon be able to use a single charging solution for their electronic devices.Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP
Fighting energy poverty: Securing an affordable energy supply should top the policy agenda of EU countries
As the number of EU households unable to warm their homes is likely to grow and with energy annual inflation hitting over 40%, the EU and the Member States should adopt and implement urgent measures to prevent and tackle energy poverty threatening Europeans