COVID-19 Crisis & CCI Workers / COVID-19 Kriza & Radnici u kulturnoj i kreativnoj industriji

COVID-19 Crisis & CCI Workers / COVID-19 Kriza & Radnici u kulturnoj i kreativnoj industriji

Preliminary Pan-european Research

 

As members of the European Creative Hubs Network, we are pleased to support the first research on the effects the COVID-19 crisis has had on workers, working in the fields of the cultural and creative sectors in Europe.

Main objective of the research is to understand the ways in which cultural and creative workers are dealing with the changed conditions of work and everyday life in times of the pandemic.

It will provide preliminary insights to help key stakeholders develop effective policies and support mechanisms that will ease the negative effects of the crisis.

The research is covering all 27 member state countries, UK, Turkey, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ukraine and Moldova.

It concerns all CCI sectors: Architecture, Landscape architecture, Film / Audio / Video, Photography, Music, Fashion design or Textile design, Graphic design, Product design, Service design, Advertising, Marketing and Communication, Software development and Video game development, Research and Development, Performance arts, Visual arts, Media, Literature, Publishing and Library Science, Creative crafts, Creative tourism, Museums and Cultural heritage.

This research is part of MAX project (Makers’ Mobility Pilot project, co-funded by the European Commission and coordinated by European Creative Hubs Network in partnership with Fab Lab Barcelona, UPTEC and Makery). 

In order to obtain concrete data and have comparable figures between countries, we need to reach 35.000 completed surveys across Europe so we ask you to please share the survey and help us reach our goal.

Please note that all responses will be anonymous.

Survey will be open until 19th of July and results will be published in September.

Link to the research: https://www.1ka.si/a/271744
Link to images here

Thank you!

CHC on behalf of ECHN and Max project team
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Preliminarno pan-europsko istraživanje

 

Kao članovima Europske mreže kreativnih hubova (European Creative Hubs Network-ECHN), zadovoljstvo nam je podržati prvo istraživanje o posljedicama krize COVID-19 na radnike kulturnog i kreativnog sektora u Europi.

Glavni cilj istraživanja je razumjeti načine na koje se kulturni i kreativni radnici nose s promijenjenim uvjetima rada i svakodnevnog života u vrijeme pandemije.

Istraživanje će dati preliminarne uvide kako bi se pomoglo ključnim dionicima u razvoju učinkovitih politika i mehanizama podrške koji će ublažiti negativne posljedice krize.

Istraživanje obuhvaća svih 27 zemalja članica, UK, Tursku, Srbiju, Crnu Goru, Bosnu i Hercegovinu, Ukrajinu i Moldaviju.

Odnosi se na sve sektore kulturne i kreativne industrije: arhitektura, pejzažna arhitektura, film / audio / video, fotografija, glazba, modni dizajn ili tekstilni dizajn, grafički dizajn, dizajn proizvoda, dizajn usluga, oglašavanje, marketing i komunikacije, razvoj softvera i razvoj videoigara, istraživanje i razvoj, umjetnost performansa, vizualna umjetnost, mediji, književnost, izdavaštvo i bibliotekarstvo, kreativni zanati, kulturni turizam, muzeji i kulturna baština.

Ovo je istraživanje dio MAX projekta (Makers’ Mobility Pilot projekt koji sufinancira Europska komisija, a koordinira Europska mreža kreativnih hubova u partnerstvu s Fab Lab Barcelona, ​​UPTEC i Makery).

Da bismo dobili konkretne podatke i imali usporedive brojke između zemalja, moramo dostići 35.000 popunjenih anketa diljem Europe pa vas molimo da podijelite anketu i pomognete nam da postignemo svoj cilj.

Svi odgovori su anonimni.

Anketa je otvorena do 19. srpnja, a rezultati će biti objavljeni u rujnu.

Link na istraživanje: https://www.1ka.si/a/271744 

Link na vizuale: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Fi1U95E67M-Fmai2Fk49StIfgNrzq5mF

Hvala vam!

CHC u ime ECHN i Max projektnog tima

http://makersxchange.eu/

 

 

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