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A project funded by the Creative Europe programme, Culture for cities and regions, has published a call for case studies focusing on examples of successful cultural initiatives that have contributed to the local development of cities and regions in Europe.
In its second selection year, sixteen sites have been named by the independent selection panel set up by the European Commission to receive the European Heritage Label, EHL.
European publishers can now apply to the Creative Europe programme for financial support for the translation of literary works from and into European languages. Deadline: 4 February 2015.
Meeting in Brussels on 25 November EU Ministers of Culture agreed on a new Work Plan for Culture, setting out the priorities for European cooperation in cultural policy-making for the next four years.
European platforms, a new form of support within the Creative Europe programme, promote and develop emerging talents as well as circulate their works throughout Europe.
The winners of the 2014 EU Prize for Literature will receive their awards in a gala ceremony at the Concert Noble in Brussels on 18 November.
Screening of the three films shortlisted for this year's LUX Prize is now taking place around Europe. This year's finalists are: "Bande de filles" (Girlhood), "Razredni Souvražnik" (Class Enemy) and "Ida" - which additionally is the top nominee for the European Film Awards.