What is the Dance Passport?

The aim of the Dance Passport is to be a source of support for professional dancers in the context of mobility. It is a union solidarity network for dancers abroad. This scheme allows dancers who are paid-up union members in their home country to access local union support and services while working for a short period in any European country where there is a participating union. read more

Who can benefit from the Dance Passport?

Are you a dance planning to spend some time in another European country on a temporary work assignment or simply looking out for job opportunities abroad? If so, the Dance Passport is for you. The Dance Passport has been designed for professional dancers based in Europe and planning to work for a short period in another European country. read more

Where can you use the Dance Passport?

The Dance Passport can be used in any European country where there is a participating union. All the members of the International Federation of Actors representing dancers in Europe are currently in the scheme. For more information about the unions and countries participating to the Dance Passport read more



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