The EU’s Culture programme (2007-2013) has a budget of €400 million for projects to celebrate Europe’s cultural diversity and enhance our shared cultural heritage through the development of cross-border co-operation between cultural operators and institutions.
The funded activities help promote the goals of the European Agenda for Culture, the anchor of European cooperation on culture policy. Member State experts, culture civil society and the European Commission are working together on the common goals of promoting cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue, making the most of culture as a catalyst for creativity, and developing the vital role of culture in international relations.
• Register now for the latest news about funding and partnership opportunities under the Culture Programme.
• Learn about Culture Programme funding where you are - attend a Culture Contact Point Infoday
• Registration online.
•The Forum was organised on 29-30 March by the Spanish Ministry of Culture in cooperation with the European Commission as the flagship conference of the Spanish Presidency of the EU in the field of culture.
• 8-9 April 2010 on the occasion of the International Roma Day, as a key event of the Spanish Presidency of the Council.
Selected multiannual cooperation projects - Strand 1.1 and European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage
• for annual operating grants under Strand 2
• multi-annual projects and cooperation measures (strand 1.1 and 1.2.1)
• Are you a participant in a project funded by the Culture Programme? If so, you can send your results (video, photos, date of events, ...)
to EVE Platform!
• Still open, until 7 May 2010.
The consultation is linked to the new GREEN PAPER "Unlocking the full potential of Europe's cultural and creative industries".
• The European Commission has decided to propose to establish a European Heritage Label. The proposal has been transmitted to the European Parliament and to the Council for adoption through a co-decision procedure.
• 400 representatives of past, present and future Capitals and many other cultural operators celebrated the anniversary on 23-24 March in Brussels.
• The winners for the 2010 Edition of the European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards have been announced.
• Already looking forward to 2011? Nominate your candidates now!