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Friday, 18 October 2013

Stakeholder consultation to examine entry of CARIFORUM entertainers in the EU Market

Public and private sector stakeholders drawn from the Cultural Industry of the Caribbean Forum of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (CARIFORUM) are participated in a Stakeholder Consultation on the Development of a Strategic Action Plan for the Entry of CARIFORUM Entertainers in the European Union (EU) Market, held in St George’s, Grenada from 14-15 October. Presentations were delivered by experts in music, audiovisual and performing arts. They explained the requirements and challenges of EU market entry by actors from third-states.
Representatives from the Cultural Department in CARIFORUM States’ public sectors and a leading private sector organization in the performing arts, music or audiovisuals, in each State, participated in the Consultation.
The Stakeholder Consultation was part of a consultancy which the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) Implementation Unit based at the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat has been overseeing. The consultancy is geared at formulating a Strategic Action Plan that will enable entertainers in CARIFORUM States to take advantage of development cooperation and trade opportunities under the Economic Partnership Agreement.
The CARIFORUM-EU EPA includes a Protocol on Cultural Cooperation which provides for cultural cooperation between the EU and CARIFORUM States. The entertainment industry, which is a subset of the cultural/creative industry, represents a substantial and important area of actual and potential economic growth for CARIFORUM economies.

Source: Caribbean Community Secretariat

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