SSA reopens its offices on May 25th. We look forward to serve the interests of our members on site and at the usual opening hours, even if we have been able to fully maintain our business activity during the last weeks.
Unfortunately, SSA has to maintain short-time Intellectual property creation in literature and art (as well as computer programmes) exhibiting an individual and therefore unique character. Said individual character is the prerequisite that a work can be protected.... (due to partial unemployment). Therefore, and until further notice, our Stage Department still can be reached only by e-mail. The cultural funds will answer phone calls on Monday, Thursday and Friday, from 9 to 12 am.
The working spaces provided for people working in the creative sector remain closed until further notice. For any question concerning this matter, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Culture is among the sectors which are the most strongly hit by the restrictions due to the pandemic. The financial compensations which have been granted seem utterly modest in comparison with the generous measures taken in favour of other sectors. This is all the more regrettable as people working in the creative sector are already exposed to financial insecurity even in normal times. Along with other professional organisations in the creative sector, SSA keeps claiming more decent compensation measures.