European Music Council
November 04, 2021
 
 
 
SHIFT logo
Invitation to the
 
Final event of the SHIFT cooperation project
 
 
 
 
 

On 1 December 2021 in Brussels, Belgium

This picture is in pink, blue and white and reminds of the SHIFT Final Event on the top right corner with the date below, 1 December 2021, as well as the icons for the four SHIFT Themes - Cultural Leadership, Environmental Sustainability, Gender and Power-Relations and Inclusion. The Erasmus+ logo and SHIFT logo are also on the picture.
We are excited to invite you to the SHIFT Final Event organised by the European Music Council (EMC), project coordinator.
The SHIFT project is close to our hearts and the partner consortium has worked very hard and is very pleased to share the publications and results of this two-years cooperation project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
 
The SHIFT event will take place on 1 December 2021 at the Ateliers des Tanneurs in Brussels, Belgium from 13:00-16:30 CET with
• Registration open at 12:45
• Networking lunch from 13:00-14:00
• Presentation of SHIFT Results from 14:00-16:30

 
 

The final programme will be published on our website here
 
→ For any enquiries, please contact info[at]emc-imc[dot]org
 
 
What is it about?
 
 
 
 
 

Four main topics

The SHIFT partners - 9 European and International cultural networks - recognised three years ago the need to join forces to work on the global agenda of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The networks' leaders wished to improve their capacity for giving guidance to their teams, organisations, and members.
 
Through the SHIFT project, many resources have been gathered, interviews and surveys conducted, and fact sheets, key findings, reports, handbooks, guidelines and a certification scheme are being produced on how to use all the information researched on the following topics:
 
CULTURAL LEADERSHIP - We have aimed at giving guidance on ways of leading an organisation in the cultural sector and leading change associated to following the UN SDGs. Trans Europe Halles led the topic of Cultural Leadership.
 
ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY - We have joined forces to kick-start an environmental shift in all aspects of society: economic, educational, scientific, cultural, and many more. ELIA led the topic of Environmental Sustainability.
 
GENDER AND POWER-RELATIONS - We have aimed at supporting organisations to create safe working spaces and equip them with tools, solutions and ideas to fight gender related power abuses and harassment. IETM led the topic of Gender and Power-Relations.
 
INCLUSION - We have focused on giving guidance on creating a more inclusive society, which lies in guaranteeing the right to access all aspects of society and the autonomy of decision-making for all. European Choral Association led the topic of Inclusion.
 
 
 

SHIFT Partners

With the cooperation of the SHIFT partners:
European Choral Association
ELIA
European Music Council
European Union of Music Competitions for Youth
FACE
IETM
International Music Council
On the move
Trans Europe Halles
 
Join us to get an overview of the results of SHIFT and take home useful tips for your organisation!
 
 
What else do I need to know?
 
 
 
 
 
First comes are first served: please do register as soon as you can as we have limited capacity and might even have to reduce due to the COVID-19 situation in Brussels!
 
Event free of charge with compulsory registration
 
COVID-19 regulations: According to regulations put into place in Brussels, Belgium - You will need to present a COVID SAFE TICKET (CST) in order to be accepted at the venue. With this app, we will check whether you are vaccinated OR you have a valid PCR test (less than 48h) or valid Antigenic test (less than 24h) OR you have a valid recovery certificate (less than 180days).
 
• We encourage you to take environmentally-friendly means of transportation to go the event.
 
 
 
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