The CULT Committee voted on the amendments prepared by rapporteur Marc Joulaud on 11 July and adopted them. The ITRE Committee (Industry, Research and Energy) also adopted its amendments the same day.
The Children in Museums Award starts into its 7th year. The prize that recognises
excellence and innovation in exhibits designed for children within the museum sector is open for applications until 1 March 2018.
NEMO is part of the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts which issued a statement on the reflection paper on the social dimension of Europe, issued by the European Commission. It highlights the social dimension of the…
The research mainly explored how EU Member States teach common values, such as democracy and tolerance, in Europe. It focused on secondary education and the Member States' curricula, but also took the role of civil society and…
NEMO went to Ghent, Belgium, to meet with the hosts of NEMO's Annual Conference from 9-11 November 2017. Pascal Ennaert from the Flemish Art Collection and Sergio Servellon from ICOM Flanders organised a day full of meetings and…
NEMO is a member of Culture Action Europe (CAE). The European umbrella network issued a statement on the European approach to Sustainable Development through culture and the Agenda 2030.
The Working Paper "Business Models, Intellectual Property and the Creative Industries: A Meta-analysis" shares the conclusions of an analysis of 20 research projects on business models in the Creative Industries.
The European Commission's Directorate-General on Education and Culture published a mapping of the creative value chains in the European Union. It takes a look at the Cultural and Creative Sectors (CCS) in relation to digitisation.
The Children in Museums Award recognises museums for their children exhibitions programmes. The final winner will be announced at the Hands On! conference from 11-14 October 2017 in the Czech Republic.