Safeguarding Europe's cultural heritage part of our common values

Safeguarding Europe's cultural heritage part of our common values

Safeguarding Europe's cultural heritage is a key priority for MEPs in Parliament's culture and education committee. However, this is no easy feat. Last June, the committee adopted a report titled, 'Towards an integrated approach to cultural heritage for Europe'. They believe cultural heritage must be safeguarded throughout the continent.

Wednesday, 23 December 2015 Written by: Isabella Adinolfi Posted in: Latest news, Newsroom, 2015, Culture and Education, December, Isabella Adinolfi

MEPs told digital single market concerns are 'exaggerated'

Parliament's EFDD group has held an event to explore the intellectual property aspects of the digital single market

MEPs told digital single market concerns are 'exaggerated'

The European parliament's Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group organised the conference "towards a new legislation on intellectual property in the digital single market", held this week. The event was hosted by Isabella Adinolfi, a member of parliament's culture and education committee (CULT). The Italian MEP is CULT's opinion rapporteur on the own-initiative report of parliament's legal affairs committee (JURI) on the harmonisation of copyright regimes across the EU.

Wednesday, 04 March 2015 Written by: Isabella Adinolfi Posted in: Latest news, March, Newsroom, 2015, Culture and Education, Isabella Adinolfi

UKIP vote against EU propaganda - Labour vote to paint in the woods

UKIP vote against EU propaganda - Labour vote to paint in the woods

UKIP's campaign against taxpayer-funded EU propaganda was bizarrely opposed by a Labour MEP -  who defended the use of public money for an 'artists' cooperative' in the mountains of Northern Germany. The stunning justification for the EU's vast 'cultural budget' - long a tool to fund pro-EU propaganda from the public purse - came after newly-elected UKIP MEP for the North West Louise Bours ridiculed how these funds are spent.

Wednesday, 23 July 2014 Written by: Louise Bours Posted in: Press releases, Newsroom, Culture and Education, 2014, July, Louise Bours