Creative Skills Europe

Creative Skills Europe is a broad partnership of European social partners, national skills organisations, professional associations and education providers in the audiovisual and live performance sectors. Those organisations compose the steering committee of the initiative.

Additional organisations take part and contribute to our activities. More information on those initiatives can be found in the ‘Resources’ section of this website.

UNI Europa EURO-MEI

Update on 07-13-2017

UNI Europa – Media, Entertainment & Arts (EURO-MEI) is the European Region of the Media, Entertainment & Arts sector of Union Global Union (UNI MEI). It represents over 70 unions and guilds in the media, entertainment and arts sector in Europe. The membership of its affiliates includes technicians, screenwriters, film […]

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FIM

Update on 07-13-2017

The International Federation of Musicians, founded in 1948, is the international organisation for musicians’ unions, guilds and professional associations and is now counting about 70 members in 60 countries throughout the world. FIM has created three regional groups, for Africa (FIM-AF, the FIM African Committee), for Latin America (GLM, Grupo […]

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FIA

Update on 07-13-2017

The International Federation of Actors (FIA) is a global federation of performers’ trade unions, guilds and professional associations.Founded in 1952, it represents several hundreds of thousands of performers with some 90 member organisations in more than 60 countries around the world. The “EuroFIA Group” brings together FIA’s member unions in the […]

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EFJ

Update on 07-13-2017

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) is the largest organisation of journalists in Europe, representing over 320. 000 journalists in 61 journalists’ organisations across 40 countries. The EFJ was created in 1994 within the framework of the IFJ Constitution to represent the interests of journalists’ unions/association and their journalists. The […]

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EBU

Update on 07-13-2017

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is the world’s foremost alliance of public service media organizations, with members in 56 countries in Europe and beyond. The EBU’s mission is to defend the interests of public service media and to promote their indispensable contribution to modern society. The EBU is a world-renowned […]

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Pearle*

Update on 07-13-2017

Pearle – Live Performance Europe* is the ‘Performing Arts Employers Associations League Europe’, the European sector federation of Performing Arts organisations. Pearle* represents through its members associations about 7000 theatres, theatre production companies, orchestras and music ensembles, opera houses, ballet and dance companies, festivals, and other organisations within the performing arts […]

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CEPI

Update on 07-13-2017

The European Coordination of Independent Producers (CEPI) was founded in 1990 to organise and represent the interests of independent cinema and television producers in Europe. All together, CEPI’s members supply over 16000 hours of new programming each year to broadcasters in Europe, ranging from standalone documentaries and special event programming […]

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Sociaal Fonds Podiumkunsten

Update on 07-13-2017

Sociaal Fonds voor de Podiumkunsten (SFP) is the ‘Social fund for the live performance sector in Flemish-speaking Belgium’. It redistributes levies for risk groups agreed upon in a sector collective agreement. It exists since the 1990s and is governed by sectoral social partners. SFP’s main activities consist of identifying sectoral […]

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mediarte.be

Update on 07-13-2017

mediarte.be is the ‘Social fund for the audiovisual and film production sectors in Belgium’. It was created to manage and redistribute training levies agreed upon in sector collective agreements. It represents the interest of the audiovisual sector since 2008, an of the cinema feature films production subsector since 2012. mediarte.be produces […]

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CPNEF SV

Update on 07-13-2017

CPNEF SV (Commission Paritaire Nationale Emploi Formation Spectacle Vivant / National Bipartite Committee on Employment and Training for the Live performance sector) was set-up in 1993 in France at the initiative of social partners and is piloted by them. As regards employment, it is responsible for monitoring the labour market, […]

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CPNEF AV

Update on 07-13-2017

  CPNEF AV (Commission Paritaire Nationale Emploi Formation Audiovisuel / National Bipartite Committee on Employment and Training for the Audiovisual sector) was created in 2004 following the adoption of a new legislative framework on professional training in France. It is governed by social partners and financed by a levy on […]

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Creative Skillset

Update on 07-13-2017

Creative Skillset is the UK-wide strategic skills body for the Creative Industries, covering film, television, radio, fashion, animation, games, visual effects, textiles, publishing, advertising, marketing communications and performing arts. It supports skills and training for people and businesses to ensure the UK Creative Industries maintain their world class position. This is done by […]

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Creative & Cultural Skills

Update on 07-13-2017

Creative & Cultural Skills (CCS) is the UK skills organisation for the craft, cultural heritage, design, literature, music, performing arts and visual arts sectors. It was founded in 2004. CCS is employer-led but trade union and education representatives are also represented on the board of the organisation. The main activities of […]

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GOC

Update on 07-13-2017

  GOC, the Dutch expert-centre for the creative industries, was set up in the 1920s by and for industry stakeholders in the graphic sector. It gradually broadened its scope of action to publishing, design, the media field and, more recently, the live performance sector. GOC is led by social partners. […]

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Berlin University of the Arts

Update on 05-17-2017

The Career and Transfer Service Center (CTC) of the Berlin University of the Arts was founded in 2001 as the first career centre at a university of the arts in Germany. Since 2004 CTC’s activities are open to participants from the other three artistic universities in Berlin: the Berlin Weissensee […]

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German Theatre Technical Society

Update on 05-17-2017

The German Theatre Technical Society (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft, DTHG) was founded in 1907. It is a professional association for anyone working in the technical, technical/artistic and artistic fields of overall cultural production, regardless of whether they are employed, freelance, self-employed, theatres, institutions, educational establishments or companies. The DTHG is a […]

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Kulturakademin Trappan

Update on 06-22-2017

Kulturakademin Trappan is a Cultural Training Program for professionals in film, television and the performing arts in the Western region of Sweden. It provides courses, workshops and lectures, free of cost for the participants. Kulturakademin is a nonprofit organisation.  The members are Film i Väst (the western film fund), The […]

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