The CDCPP will hold part I of its 10th plenary session on 18 June 2021, in an online format. The agenda will include, inter alia, discussions on a new CDCPP Strategy in 2022-2025, and a proposal to prepare a draft recommendation on the essential role of culture, cultural heritage and landscape in helping to address global crises, with special consideration of the impact of AI in these areas.
As the Committee responsible for all matters relating to culture, including policy measures regarding the digitisation of the audio-visual sector, the CDCPP will begin discussions about a possible future new scheme of pan-European public financial support and a legal framework to facilitate international TV series co-productions. In addition, delegations will be invited to participate in the digital exhibition “Free to Create – Create to be Free” and to see a presentation by the team who are developing the hosting website. Participants will also be introduced to the brand new 10-module MOOC (massive open online courses) on Strategy 21.