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Funding opportunities
Find calls for funding in the cultural and creative sectors
Number of opportunities: 19
Results: 19 opportunities
Reference

EAC/S14/2019

Closed
Deadline
14 Sep 2020

Pilot Project - Measuring the Cultural and Creative Sectors in the EU

The work to be carried out through this pilot project should elaborate a statistical framework for measuring cultural and creative sectors in the EU.
Reference

EAC/S13/2020

Closed
Deadline
21 Aug 2020

Preparatory Action Finance, Learning, Innovation and Patenting for Cultural and Creative Industries – third phase (FLIP for CCIs 3)

The main objective of the FLIP-3 action is to organise activities in the areas of Financing, Learning, Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights for cultural and creative sectors. The objective of the action is also to work in a cross-sectoral manner between the different project’s components.
Reference

EAC/14/2014

Closed
Deadline
30 Sep 2020

Call for expressions of interest to establish a pool of experts to the Panel for the European Capital of Culture Action

The European Commission invites interested experts to apply for this open call for expressions of interest for the establishment of a pool of experts for potential members of the panel of experts for the European Union action "European Capital of Culture".
Reference

EAC/2020/OP/0002

Closed
Deadline
4 Jun 2020

European Expert Network on Culture

This call for tenders has an aim of contributing to the improvement of policy development in the field of culture in Europe through the setting up of an effective network of leading European centre

Reference

EACEA/40/2017

Closed
Deadline
1 Mar 2018

European Remembrance – 2018

This call aims to finance projects reflecting on causes and consequences of authoritarian and totalitarian regimes in Europe's modern history (especially but not exclusively Nazism that led to the Holocaust, Fascism, Stalinism and totalitarian communist regimes) and to commemorate the victims of their crimes.

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