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22-10-2015: Petizione europea Associazioni Internazionali Artisti

22-10-2015: PER UN INTERNET PIU' EQUO PER GLI ARTISTI INTERPRETI ED ESECUTORI - PETIZIONE EUROPEA voluta dalle associazioni internazionali artisti AEPO-ARTIS, EuroFIA, FIM e IAO

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Nel corso della sola prima metà del 2015, oltre un trilione di canzoni, film e serie televisive sono state distribuite on line – più del doppio rispetto a tutto il 2014.


Tuttavia, nonostante la crescente popolarità e il successo commerciale di Spotify, Netflix, iTunes ad altri servizi legali di offerta in streaming e downloading di contenuti digitali, gli artisti interpreti ed esecutori stentano a ricevere una congrua parte dei ricavi generati dalle registrazioni delle loro opere.

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Dancers' Career Transition: A EuroFIA Handbook

 

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FIA’s new handbook on professional career transitions for dancers is now freely available for download in English, French and Spanish and will shortly be available in Russian. It is a resource on existing schemes, as well as a rich source of input where the creation of a new scheme is being examined.

It is the result of the EuroFIA project “Transition Schemes for Dancers: Developing Career Transition and Life-long Learning Schemes to Offer Long-Term Career Opportunities to Dancers after Retirement from Performing” which set out to map the needs of FIA member unions in this area, and gain a better understanding of the career trajectories of dancers in Europe and how transition schemes could maximise these.

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EuroFIA Project 2010-2011: Transition Schemes for Dancers

"Transition Schemes for Dancers: Developing Career Transition and Life-long Learning Schemes to Offer Long-Term Career Opportunities to Dancers after Retirement from Performing"

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2010: FIA Handbook of Good Practices to Combat Gender Stereotypes and Promote Equal Opportunities

 FIA Handbook of Good Practices to Combat Gender Stereotypes and Promote Equal Opportunities in Film, Television and Theatre in Europe

The FIA “handbook of Good Practices to Combat Gender Stereotypes and Promote Equal Opportunities in Film, Television and Theatre in Europe” is now available in English, French and Spanish. This report is a product of FIA’s year long project on this issue, which was financially supported by the European Commission.The FIA project "Engendering Change" was structured around a series of 5 regional seminars and a final conference. The aim of these events was exchange and mutual learning; and the identification and sharing of good practice in this area. The focus was on coming up with strategies both at the level of performers’ unions themselves and at the level of political advocacy at national and EU level.These strategies, examples and good practices have been brought together by project consultant Richard Polacek in the present Handbook. It is a practical tool, intended to empower and support performers’ unions to undertake action on this issue. Equally it can serve as a blueprint providing examples of possible effective political action that decision-makers can pursue. It also highlights ways in which the industry can work from within to change gender portrayal and do away with stereotyping.

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EuroFIA Project 2009-2010: Gender Equality and Equal Opportunities

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"Engendering Change: Strategies to Combat Gender Stereotypes and Promote Equal Opportunities for Performers in Theatre, Film and Television in Europe"

Origin of this project
This Euro-FIA project followed on from the 2008 research project, “Changing gender portrayal: Promoting employment opportunities for women in the performing arts”. It also deals with the issue of gender equality, focusing on the portrayal of women in film, television and theatre in Europe and on equal opportunities for women performers. The research conclusions of our previous project highlighted several important problems for actresses such as shorter careers; lower incomes and smaller number and variety of roles, all of which led women performers to see their gender as disadvantageous in the world of the performing arts.

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08-10-2009: Informativa su progetto "Dialogo Sociale in Europa nel Settore Spettacolo dal vivo"

Clicca qui per scaricare l'allegato: Briefing-Note on European-Social-Dialogue-Eng

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L’ Alleanza Europea per l’Arte e lo Spettacolo, EAEA e la PEARLE* stanno portando Avanti un progetto condiviso sul dialogo sociale in dodici paesi del sud Europa (stati membri della UE, paesi aderenti e candidati all’adesione), progetto sostenuto finanziariamente dalla Commissione Europea, Direttorato Generale del Lavoro e degli Affari Sociali. Questa indagine riguarda i seguenti paesi: Bulgaria, Croazia, Cipro, Francia, Grecia, Italia, Macedonia, Malta, Portogallo, Slovenia, Spagna e Turchia.

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04-03-2009: Manifesto FIM FIA sulla condizione dell'artista

 

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Il documento è il risultato di un gruppo di lavoro FIM-FIA che si è incontrato negli ultimi due anni per condividere esperienze ed idee sullo Status dell’Artista. Si è deciso di produrre un documento congiunto che raccoglie i principali problemi in relazione allo status dell’artista identificati dai membri delle due Federazioni e le principali richieste politiche di azione per affrontare alcune delle questioni di più difficile trattazione.

Il manifesto di due pagine è un documento, disponibile sul sito della FIA, che offre una breve ma esaustiva panoramica dei problemi vissuti dagli artisti e degli interventi necessari. Inoltre porta con sé tutto il peso e l’esperienza delle due federazioni che sono dietro di esso.

2008: Research Project on Gender Portrayal and Employment Opportunities for Performers

Clicca qui per scaricare il documento: Age, Gender and Performer Employment in Europe-final report-Eng

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This report is the outcome of FIA's year-long project "Changing Gender Portrayal: Promoting Employment Opportunities for Women in the Performing Arts". You can read more about the actions of the project and the background to the research in the dedicated project section. The research strand of the project was a key part of the project work. It entailed an ambitious reporting exercise that seeks to capture a snapshot of the experience of performers across Europe in relation to how their age and gender profile impacts on their employment opportunities.

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2007-2008: Gender Project

"Changing gender portrayal: Promoting employment opportunities for women in the performing arts"

Introduction to the Project:
This project is now complete. It ran from September '07 to December '08. It was a EuroFIA project. It received funding from the European Commission in 2007, within the overall context of the European Year of Equal Opportunities for all. The portrayal of women and men in theatre, television and film have a significant impact not only on gender image and perception by the public, but also on the employment opportunities of performers.

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December 13, 2007: FIA H&S Guidelines - health and safety guidelines for performers

 

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Clicca qui per scaricare il documento: FIA H&S Guidelines - Minimum Recommended Healt and Safety Guidelines for Performers Working in Live Shows

 

 

 

Dear colleague,

It is our pleasure to introduce to you the new FIA recommended health and safety guidelines for performers working in live shows, as well as in film and television production is now available on-line. Both guidelines are available on our website and can be downloaded in three different formats (one for in-house printing, another for professional printing and a third one for use with a projector).

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22-10-2004: FIA project proposal 2004-2005

the project introduced by FIA end August has been selected by the European Commission. (for a complete description of the project please see attachement). The project will begin end November 2004 and will have to be completed by November 2005.

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16 18-04-2004: Conference on Impact of enlargement on the European social dialogue-Tallinn Estonia

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The final declaration of our project on "Enlargement of Social Dialogue in the Performing Arts", as well as the joint letter signed by the EAEA and PEARLE* were sent to the Commission (DG Employment and Social Affairs), to the European Parliament (the Committee on Social Affairs), to the ILO, ETUC, the Council of Europe and the Permanent Representations of the 10 new member states, as well as of Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey, in Brussels.

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