In September 2019, PPMI, together with its partner KEA, completed a study ‘Culture and creative sectors in the European Union – Key future developments, challenges and opportunities’ for European Parliament’s Committee on Culture and Education (CULT).
This foresight study aimed at providing the new CULT Committee of the European Parliament with information on the key trends that are likely to impact the future development of the CCS in the EU by 2030. The study was led by PPMI’s partner KEA, and the research process included data collection through desk research, interviews, policy Delphi survey, and a workshop, which gathered representatives of different EU organisations operating in the field of CCS. In this study, the PPMI team was responsible for the implementation of the policy Delphi survey, the strategic foresight and the scenario-building exercise. The scenarios developed focused on several areas important for the CCS in the EU, including economic, social, policy, technology, and environmental areas.
You can familiarise with the report here.