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European Theatre Convention

European Theatre Convention

Founded in 1988, the European Theatre Convention (ETC) is a pan-European public theatre network. The objective of the ETC is to promote contemporary drama and to support international collaboration and artistic mobility projects with the focus on multilingualism, artistic education and European citizens. The ETC is also an advocacy network and a professional platform for theatre practitioners to represent the interests of the sector on EU level and to influence policy-making processes. Annually, the ETC reaches out to over 8.000.000 theatre goers with more than 16.000 performances and public events. Theatre, an art based on the complex concepts of culture and language knowledge, is part of the public cultural patrimony and acts as multilingual mediator to promote and raise awareness of European multilingualism while highlighting less widely used languages.

ETC-CTE - European Theatre Convention
c/o CNT (Centre National du Théâtre)
134 rue Legendre
F - 75017 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 42 63 53 64
Fax: +33 (0)1 44 61 84 86

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European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE) European Forum of Vocational Education and Training Europa Esperanto Unio - EEU
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