Defending the artists: Colloques, conferences, forums | The Unesco NGOs GA, 12-14 Dec. 2016

- 2016: Social Security and Mobility for Visual artists in Europe

On November 4th, 2016, in Berlin, IAA Europe organized a workshop on 'Social Security and Mobility of visual artists in Europe'. Undermentioned link provide:

- Concept note: please click here;
- Program of the workshop: please click here;
- Enquires made in some European countries on Social Security for visual artists with a guide of European Legislation: please click here for Austria; Belgium; France; Germany; Netherlands; Sweden; Report On the move; Social security in the EU;
- Report of the workshop: please click here.

For additional information please e-mail to IAA Europe: info@iaa-europe.eu.

 

- 2015 Canada: an agreement for visual artists

Carfac and Raav have signed Canda's first union agreement for visual artists. This agreement is very similar to the MU agreement signed in Sweden. It means that any Canadian visual artist who exhibits or has artworks used by the National Gallery of Canada must be paid the negociated rates as minimum. Artists are always free to negociate more, but the Gallery cannot offer less. More details at: www.carfac.ca/2015/02/voteresults

- Against the TTIP: Copenhagen, September 1st. Please, click here: (= ECA Conference)

- The artists' rights: Brussels, October. Website: www.state-of-fine-art.org.

- Oslo 2013, Page 1 | Page 2

 

The Unesco NGOs GA, 12-14 Dec. 2016

- Report from Unesco: http://en.unesco.org/news/ngos-and-digital-revolution-0
- Official letter to all NGO's -23 January 2017
- Conclusions of the Unesco NGOs GA, 12-14 Dec. 2016
- Contribution of the 2016 International Conference of NGOs to UNESCO’S 39 C/5 - (Adopted by the ICNGO on 14 December 2016)
- Programm CIONG 2016
- Activities Report for the NGO-UNESCO Liaison Committee, 2015-2016

The condition of the artist
Conférences, colloques
Arts education
GA Pilsen, 2015
Mahres Festival, 2016
Querétaro Forum, 2016