NEMO's mission is to ensure museums are an integral part of European society by promoting their work and value to policy makers. We lobby agencies and stakeholders on both a national and European level.
Whom do we target?
NEMO liaises with the European Commission, the European Parliament, the European Council, representatives of countries holding the presidency and those planning it , as well as other organisations and networks having similar interests in culture. In addition, NEMO liaises through its members with national governments.
What does lobbying mean?
With its members and allies, NEMO facilitates a constant dialogue with the above mentioned institutions concerning questions that are relevant to the museums in Europe. We believe that through dialogue we can:
- influence policies and developments,
- encourage the museum sector's needs and framework conditions within policy-making, and
- advocate the museums' work and potential to policy makers on European and national levels.
Recent News in Advocacy
Voices of Culture: Brainstorming Session on Culture for Social Inclusion News, NEMO activities, Advocacy, EU Culture Policy, Museums as Social Agents
27.11.2017 | This VoC Brainstorming Session aims to explore how public policies can encourage and support cultural institutions in working within partnerships with other sectors. NEMO has applied for the sessions to represent the voice of...
NEMO Statement on European Commission's Communication "Strengthening Identity through Education and Culture" News, NEMO activities, EU Culture Policy, Advocacy, Museums as Social Agents
24.11.2017 | NEMO responds to the EC's Communication from 14 November 2017 published prior to the EU Leaders' meeting in Gothenburg on 17 November 2017.
European Parliament paper on cultural work with refugees now published online News, EU Culture Policy, European funding for museums, Museums as Social Agents, Sharing, Advocacy, Intercultural Dialogue
21.11.2017 | Research of cultural work with refugees in Europe results in recommendations towards the next EU Programme Generation. The paper analyses the EU’s current programmes 2014-2020 that support cultural work with refugees in Europe...
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