Our COVID-19 reports from Austria, the Czech Republic, Ireland and Spain have been recently updated. The reports present country specific information on COVID-19’s implications for the sector and the measures being taken.
In Spain, the first estimates of cultural employment in 2020 were released, showing the impact of the COVID-19 crisis to the cultural sector. Additionally an short overview of the action of the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sport during 2020 and prospective actions for 2021 show the increase of budgetary funds in the context of the Covid-19 crisis.
In Ireland, the Arts and Culture Recovery Taskforce published the “Life Worth Living” report prepared for the Minister of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media with recommendations on how the arts and culture sector can adapt and recover from the unprecedented damage arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The updated COVID-19 report from the Czech Republic presents results of a first mapping of the Impact of Covid-19 on the Cultural Sector, gives an overview of special calls of Covid-Culture Programme in the Czech Republic and information about updated measures.
The Austrian report shows current information on the general support as well as sector-specific measures by the Federal Government and the COVID-19 regulations for cultural institutions.
Additionally new resources can be found in our resource section on COVID-19. Such as the European Parliament Study Cultural and creative sectors in post-COVID-19 Europe – Crisis effects and policy recommendations which used the Compendium for the mapping of emergency and relaunch support measures or the country-specific overview of the status quo of museum operations during the pandemic by NEMO.
Please find all the available country reports here or via our menu.
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