How to make European fiction cross-borders? How to tackle the needs of the book sector in terms of internationalisation? How to assure that translation becomes a means of bridging linguistic barriers and foster access to cultural diversity, while guaranteeing fair remuneration for authors and translators?To answer these questions, we will look into the opportunities for the sector in the framework of the new Creative Europe programme 2021-2027, with a focus on the dedicated sectorial call, together with representatives of the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). The programme manager of the book sector at the European Commission will give an essential update on the policy framework and the recently published OMC group report Translators on the Cover. And with invited experts we will look at the crucial needs for the sector in terms of internationalisation.Guest Speakers:- Arnaud Pasquali, European Commission Programme Manager – Book sector- Corinne Rigaud, European Education and Culture Executive Agency, Head of Sector – Creative Europe horizontal and sectorial actions, including book and publishing sector- Arturo Peral, Literary Translator- Polona Konjedic, European Education and Culture Executive Agency- Tara Lennart, Literary consultant and Literary Translation call evaluatorThis webinar is a joint initiative of Creative Europe Desks from Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, and The Netherlands.——————————-CONTENT OF THIS VIDEO—————————————00:00 – Welcome & introduction10:42 – Creative Europe: Opportunities for the book & publishing sector20:45 – “Translators on the cover”: presentation of the OMC report & policy update52:13 – Q&A with Arnaud Pasquali & Arturo Peral59:38 – Presentation of Circulation of European Literary Works1:17:40 – Insights of the support in Creative Europe 2014-20201:24:15 – Beneficiaries & and applicants” perspective1:31:44 – What are the keys to a good project proposal?
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