Survey on Fair Collaboration in Cultural Relations - contribute to EUNIC toolkit
EUNIC is creating a variety of practical and comprehensive tools to facilitate fair practices of colleagues working in EUNIC members worldwide. To ensure that the final outcomes will be user-centered and relevant, it is your turn now - feed the creation of EUNIC's toolkit on fair collaboration by participating in one of our roundtables or by answering to our survey.
The Survey is open until 30 June and welcomes your contribution
EUNIC is currently designing a practical and comprehensive toolkit on fair collaboration for colleagues working globally in cultural relations. It will offer innovative and applicable tools and ways of raising awareness of the topic and of engaging with the target audience to adapt existing practices of cultural relations towards fair collaboration. They will examine how fair collaboration is used and being defined internationally in different contexts and will pose questions to take forward, confronting and pushing the reader to rethink the concepts of cultural collaboration and consider new perspectives.
The final tools will be user-centered and inclusive with relevance for the work of colleagues in EUNIC members and the wider network. Hence, the iterative creation process will feed on inputs gathered from desk research, expert interviews, case studies, and a variety of points of engagement with practitioners and colleagues from the EUNIC network that will be provided throughout this project.
The first two opportunities to feed the creation of the toolkit with your inputs and ideas are now offered in June 2021: a survey to be filled in by 25 June as well as a series of roundtables in the second half of June.
Survey "What do YOU think is fair collaboration in cultural relations?“ – Contributions welcome until 30 June
Take part in our global learning survey about different perspectives, perceptions, and inputs on fair collaboration for our toolkit until 30 June. The survey is quick and easy to answer as you can choose between answering via video, in writing or voice message – in any language you wish. Go to the survey here.
See website for opportunity to join one of the Round Table discussions online feeding into the toolkit.