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23.03.2012

Dekalog za kulturo v EU

Zapisano pod: Bloomingtonski zapisi, Kulturna ekonomika, miks — andee - 23.03.2012

Za vse tiste, ki niste toliko na tekočem: objavljam nedavni dokument o kulturi v EU, ki ga je podpisala večina evropskih kulturnih ministrov – Dekalog za kulturo v EU (Decalogue for Europe of Culture). Morda, če mi bo čas to dopuščal, ga v bodoče celo prevedem, čeprav iskreno rečeno po vsebini tega mislim da ni vreden. Teče pa te dni velika bitka na kulturniškem področju, za ohranitev CSPU, JAK, SFC. Sestajajo se različni organi in institucije, pišejo se protestna pisma in pisma podpore, ki se pošiljajo po vsej Evropi. Turk si je zgodbo sam zakuhal, po njej pa brodi brez posebnih pomislekov in argumentov še naprej, kar kaže njegov neopravičen izostanek s seje NSK (osrednje nacionalne neodvisne institucije na področju kulture), kamor je bil vabljen, a se seje ne on ne Aleksander Zorn iz neznanih razlogov nista udeležila.

Sam sem v pripravah na tukajšnjo jutrišnjo konferenco doktorskih študentov. Nastopam zadnji, malo me je strah, da moja “ekonometrija” in drugi argumenti niso na ravni podanikov Elinor Ostrom in drugih nadobudnih ameriških družboslovcev. Vsekakor bomo videli, naslov moje zgodbe pa bi se dal zapisati “Dva nova argumenta za javno podporo kulturi”. Vrednosti neuporabe kot argument za eksternalije v kulturi ter ekonomski problemi koncepta javno-zasebnih partnerstev v kulturi. Bomo videli, tukaj je sicer poletje, temperature so blizu tridesetih stopinj, sončno, vsi s(m)o v kratkih rokavih in hlačah. Dodal bi še to, da počasi zbiram energijo za nov prispevek v delavnici ekonometrije, tudi računalnika še nisem uspel nesti v popravilo. Skratka: burno in delovno.

Tukaj pa je dokument:

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DECALOGUE FOR EUROPE OF CULTURE

With Europe currently facing serious social and economic difficulties, it is up to the key players in our cultural life and the political decision makers to reaffirm that culture lies at the heart of Europe’s construction and must not be sacrificed. The European Commission’s Education and Culture DG and 22 EU Ministers have approved a joint declaration: the Decalogue for Europe of Culture. (signed F Mitterand, French Minister of Culture).

1. Europe of culture embodies the values of democracy in all the nations of the EU.

2. Europe of culture contributes to the affirmation of the European identity in all its diversity and to the flourishing of the arts and languages from which its richness is derived.

3. Europe of culture ensures absolute freedom of creation across all its elements and events.

4. Europe of culture promotes access for all, without distinction in terms of gender, age, origin, health or social status, to intellectual works, expressions of art, and the tangible and intangible cultural heritage.

5. Europe of culture protects the legitimate right of creators and authors to fair remuneration and guarantees this by means of all appropriate meaures against the threats of piracy, fraud, theft and abusive use to which they might be exposed.

6. Europe of culture encourages the circulation and exhibition of works both within the EU and beyond its borders, and ensures the legal and financial compliance of the actions of the various cultural contributors who organise and promote this.

7. Europe of culture establishes good rules of economic governance for the art and cultural industries market, within a spirit of complete transparency. It takes part in the development of innovations which interest the public authorities and private initiatives, in order to guarantee their harmonious development protected from any commercial monopoly.

8. Europe of culture addresses the technological, financial and legal challenges brought about by the digital revolution fro the gathering and transmission of works and for the flourishing of new forms of artistic expression.

9. Europe of culture lobbies for the reinforcement of school curricula, teaching methods and procedures for artistic education and the training of creative artists.

10. By emphasising that creation, art and beauty constitute a fundamental investment in the future which creates not only individual but also collective well-being in the form of employment, Europe of culture commits the European Union to consolidation of the budgets for culture and media programmes in order to meet the needs and aspirations of Europeans.

Signed by the Culture Ministers of Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia and Spain. And the French-speaking community of Belgium, the UK Business Ministry and the EC’s Commissioner for Culture, Media, Education , Youth and Sport.
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