European Agenda for Music, since 2018

European Music Council
This measure was reported by civil society.
Describe the main features of the measure/initiative: 
Main aims: Protecting and promoting European music; creating lasting networks between stakeholders in the music business throughout Europe Target groups: Policy-makers active at the local, regional, national and European levels; the European music sector in collaboration with the non-profit sector; amateurs; the music industry Expected results: Giving the diverse stakeholders in the music sector an equal voice in the dialogue between decision-makers and music sector stakeholders; setting priorities for the future: fostering education, diversity, shaping of society, technology, recognition, data collection, dissemination, mobility and partnerships; uniting the many voices of the music sector to establish an ongoing dialogue between policy-makers and music sector stakeholders
What are the results achieved so far through the implementation of the measure/initiative?: 
Long-term process launched in 2012; new results in the 2016–2019 reporting period: since 2015, working groups formed with experts from across the music sector, with a special focus on non-profits and the music industry; European Agenda for Music published in 2018 with a focus on nine topics: education and access to music, diversity, shaping society, technology, mobility, recognition, cooperation and partnership, dissemination, data collection and analysis; networks established between stakeholders in the music industry; European Agenda for Music incorporated into members’ organisational strategies; European Agenda for Music presented at the Creative Industry Working Group of the Conference of Economics Ministers (Arbeitskreis Kreativwirtschaft der Wirtschaftsministerkonferenz) in North Rhine-Westphalia; showcase conference organised in Poland in May 2019 and translated into multiple languages: French, Polish, Dutch, Hungarian and Latvian
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