New Study in the Framework of Music Moves Europe
KEA European Affairs, an international policy design research centre in culture, and Panteia, a company that carries out research, among others, in the cultural domain, have been commissioned by the European Commission DG Education and Culture to conduct a study in the scope of the Preparatory Action Music Moves Europe, with the aim of shaping a strategic approach to European support to the music sector for 2021-2027. The 12-month study is structured in two intertwined parts: European Music observatory and funding needs.
The goal of the first part is to assess the feasibility of a European Music observatory. It will investigate the possible future establishment of a data collection organisation, as a strategic resource to evidence-based policies and actions for the music sector.
The objective of the second part of the study is to provide robust justification for future music support at a European level, and to help develop the right funding instruments, in complementarity with existing national schemes.
For more information, please contact: Paul Vroonhof (Panteia) at email@example.com or Arthur Le Gall (KEA) at firstname.lastname@example.org