Also the five doctrines of Juncker propose different forms of cooperation, but all have a key fault. Again culture is not mentioned. Culture Action Europe proposes, therefore, to add a sixth doctrine, so that reference to culture is not only made at symbolic level, but can become substantial by promoting human development. It risks that artistic contents are neglected. Repeatedly cooperation lags here behind professional staff and cultural managerial support requirements.
- By learning to use, but not abuse culture for economic development, the over dominance of the economic dimension can be avoided. It applies to the promotion of creative industries.
- Encourage representation of culture in peripheral regions by enhancing both tangible and intangible cultural heritage and cooperation to safeguard territorial integrity. South Eastern Europe and other regions tend to much to image problems due to inferiority complexes.
- Make cultural consensus be the basis of decision making, in order to advance in the sharing of cultural resources under the condition of mutual appreciation and recognition what each partner can give. In this process, artists and the cultural sector as such should have a voice.
- Re-evaluate the role of culture and use artists to develop indicators as to measure impact upon employment, environment and democracy. Too often the arts can serve merely the elite while knowledge of conditions underlies a choice of ignorance working with disaggregate data, http://www.coe.int/en/web/culture-and-heritage/indicators-culture-and-democracy
- Relate concrete needs to real constrains so as to connect Europe through culture in need to overcome losses and to distribute benefits of modern technologically induced developments to attain social-cultural cohesion. Globalisation and the digital age has altered the learning process so that losses can be dealt without loss of perceiving real benefits.