Trial, trust and tribulation : the distribution of roles and changing nature of relations between governments and arts councils, associations and foundations : Report of the european round table held in Budapest 21-22 March 1994 / round table organised by CIRCLE in co-operation with the Brouhaha Hungary Foundation ; report edited by Anthony Everitt

By: European Round Table (1994 : Budapest).
Everitt, Anthony [ed.] | Brouhaha Hungary Foundation | CIRCLE | UNESCO | Council of Europe | Open Society Institute.
ISBN: 9515310776.Publisher: Helsinki : London : Arts Council of Finland ; CIRCLE, cop. 1996Description: 100 p.Series: Circle publication: 8Summary: This book provides a timely contribution to the contemporary debate on the role of independent or quasi-independent funding agencies or bodies for culture. The theme chosen for the fifth CIRCLE Round Table held in Budapest in 1994, is still topical both in the 'new democracies' of Central and Eastern Europe and in Western European countries at the time when they are reshaping their funding practices and policies. The report also reflects a key aspect of CIRCLE’s work i.e. the stimulation of East-West exchange. (Font: Editor)
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This book provides a timely contribution to the contemporary debate on the role of independent or quasi-independent funding agencies or bodies for culture. The theme chosen for the fifth CIRCLE Round Table held in Budapest in 1994, is still topical both in the 'new democracies' of Central and Eastern Europe and in Western European countries at the time when they are reshaping their funding practices and policies. The report also reflects a key aspect of CIRCLE’s work i.e. the stimulation of East-West exchange. (Font: Editor)

Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- 2. Challenges to Civil Society -- 3. The Role of Foundations in the United States -- 4. Some General Trends: The rise and fall of culture ; The crisis in state spending ; Decentralisation ; The private sector -- 5. The Role of Foundations in Central and Eastern Europe: The Czech Republic ; Estonia ; Hungary ; Poland ; Russia -- 6. The Changing Role of Intermediary Bodies in Western Europe: Austria ; Belgium ; Canada ; Finland ; France ; Ireland ; Italy ; The Netherlands ; Spain ; Sweden ; Switzerland ; United Kingdom -- 7. Foundations and Intermediary Cultural Bodies and their Future -- Appendix A. Civil Society and its Future ; Keynote address by professor Salvador Giner ; Appendix B. American Foundations- A Model for Europe? ; Background paper by J. Mark Schuster, associate professor ; Appendix C. Programme of the Round Table ; Appendix D. List of Participants ; Appendix E. Introduction to the work of the CIRCLE network

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