- Strategic Framework
- Cultural & creative industries
- Culture sector support
- Audiovisual sector support
- International cooperation
- New Narrative for Europe
After the 2014 International Culture Summit, taking place in Edinburgh, between the 10th and the 12th of August, and as a result, the British Council has published a report entitled “Culture matters – Why culture should be at the heart of future public policy“.
"Culture is a powerful tool to brand a country’s achievements and its glorious distinctiveness and history. Foreign relations are probably the area where culture and artists are the best instrumentalised for national political and trade objectives"
Music4ROM, a project funded by the European Commission, promotes Romani values to build intercultural bridges, social inclusion and educate children through music. Over the past two years, the project made great progress with partners across 7 EU countries.
The Horizon 2020 work programmes and calls 2016-2017 have been published and contain many opportunities for the cultural sector. 67 million EUR will be made available in the next two years for cultural research.