RSS
RSS
RSS
RSS
RSS
RSS
    October 2014

    AECG et industries culturelles : entre  avancement positif et risques potentiels

    Le 26 septembre 2014, le Canada et l’Union européenne (UE) ont entériné leur accord de libre‐échange à Ottawa lors d’un sommet entre les deux partenaires, saluant ainsi la fin des négociations de l’AECG (Accord économique et commercial global) qui ont duré près de cinq ans. La (...)


  • Quelle politique pour la culture ?

    Les politiques culturelles mises en œuvre par l’Etat et les collectivités territoriales depuis la création du ministère de la Culture par André Malraux au début des années 1960, ont suscité au cours des dernières décennies de multiples débats. Voici une anthologie de textes (...)

  • Investigating Cultural Sustainability

    Descriptions are provided by the Actions directly via e-COST. Due to its broad definition and understanding “culture” can be regarded as a fundamental issue, even a precondition to be met on the path towards Sustainable Development (SD) that is necessary to get to grips (...)

The Coalition represents the members, artists and creators of 33 leading Canadian associations of cultural professionals who strongly believe in the legitimate right of governments to adopt policies favourable to the diversity of cultural expressions against the risk of cultural homogeneity in the context of globalization.
The Coalition is the only national association bringing together the main trade organizations and associations of professionals in the cultural sector: publishing, audiovisual and new media, music, performing arts and visual arts. In total, the Coalition’s 33 members represent no less than 180,000 creators and 2,200 companies and non profit organizations from all parts of Canada.
Sharing our Creative Diversity

133 States as well as the European Union have so far ratified the
Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

Home page   -   Funding Partners   -   Contact