Martin Clarke (Assistant coordinator)
Martin Clarke holds a degree in International and European Law, where he specialised in European Union law. As a researcher at Panteia, Martins area of work is relatively diverse due to the broad nature of the organisation’s international activities, and therefore has experience in a number of policy backgrounds.
Martin has been heavily involved in a variety of studies for international clients, especially in the field of European cultural policy. For the European Expert Network on Culture and Audio-visual (EENCA), Martin has been involved in a variety of studies ranging from topics such a cultural heritage to music policy. In particular, he has contributed to the Study to inform the Preparatory Action on Music in Europe 2018-2020 and has contributed to an impact assessment on the implementation of a ‘sub-programme for culture’ within a successor programme to the Creative Europe programme 2014-2020. At the moment he is working on a feasibility study for a European Music Observatory and an analysis of market trends and funding needs in the music sector, in addition to a study on the European Circus sector.
Martin assists in the coordination of projects for EENCA and works extensively with the various experts within the network on a number of different themes. He has strong reporting and analytical skills, and has contributed to various European projects in various capacities.