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Aims and Goals
The Common Routes of Euro-Mediterranean Music is a new music network connecting professionals of Europe and the South Mediterranean countries. The CREMM aims at enforcing the creation of joint productions promoting artistic fusion, collective creation of artistic products, thus serving the mutual enrichment of the modern musical styles within the Euro-Mediterranean area.
CREMM utilizes an internet solution that provides a tool for building member's network within the network.
CREMM will serve as a database of the most relevant European and South Mediterranean organisations and individuals of the world music scene, such as promoters, unions and associations, record labels, media and artists.
CREMM is a public portal promoting the registered member's own profiles and activities managed by the members themselves.
CREMM is a communication platform for spreading and collecting information, finding partners, and organising or forming projects.
Background, the Barcelona Declaration
The origin of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership reaches back to the process initiated by the European Union in Barcelona in 1995 inspired by the global processes to enhance co-operation between the EU countries and the eastern and the southern countries of the Mediterranean Sea. The primary aim was the protection of the safety of the two regions and the economic development of the Mediterranean region. The Barcelona Declaration emphasizes the strategic importance of the Mediterranean region and of the co-operation and solidarity based on neighbourhood and shared history. The Anna Lindh Foundation has been established in order to enhance the dialogue between the cultures, ideologies and religions.