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Cultura e programmi europei

Roma, 29 Marzo 2012
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Cultura e programmi europei


Cristina Da Milano
Roma, 7 Luglio 2015
Programma di Apprendimento Permanente 2007-2013
Settori interessati:
Istruzione
Formazione
Gioventù
Occupazione:
innalzamento al 75% del tasso di occupazione tra i 20 e i 64 anni
Istruzione:
riduzione degli abbandoni scolastici al di sotto del 10%
aumento al 40% dei 30-34 enni con istruzione universitaria
Povertà:
almeno 20 milioni di persone in meno a rischio o in situzione di povertà ed emarginazione
Progetti
DIAMOND Dialoguing Museums for a New Cultural Democracy
LLML-Lifelong Museum Learning
C&S Collect and Share
VOCH Volunteers for Cultural Heritage
Programma di apprendimento permanente
5 programmi di cooperazione internazionale
Spunti di riflessione
Cultura come elemento trasversale
multidimensionality of exclusion
NAPs did not mention groups at particular risk of cultural exclusion
lack of awareness of the positive role culture can play in addressing social exclusion seems to be more of a national than a local problem
Grazie per l'attenzione
Cristina Da Milano
damilano@eccom.it

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Social exclusion
Culture
Political scene
common lack of systematic connection or coherent policy between Ministries at national levels
limited funding and short-term targets and initiatives were perceived as barriers to mainstream consideration of the role culture can play tackling social exclusion
lack of a common agenda among different institutions both at a national and at a EU level
European funding programmes such as ESF were frequently imaginatively used
recognition of the role that culture can play in attacking social exclusion is being undermined by a lack of quantifiable evidence
culture frequently has a relatively low political priority
most ‘high level’ cultural policies are primarily directed at existing institutions and at the general population rather than being targeted at particular sections
more emphasis needs to be placed on embracing cultural diversities
Two more studies
COE (2010)
Making Culture Accessible
EACEA-INTERARTS (2009)

Access of Young People to Culture
Nuovo programma
"Erasmus +"
Obiettivi:
1. apprendimento singoli individui
2. cooperazione istituzionale tra istituzioni educative
3. sostegno alla riforma degli Stati membri e cooperazione con Paesi non UE
Cambiamento come opportunità
(ad es. partenariato)
Cultura intesa in senso ampio
(ruolo sociale della cultura)
Conoscenza dei programmi
EMEYAP European Museums and Young People
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