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The European Union will, for the first time, combine culture, fashion, business and sustainability in a unique two-day event at Bozar in Brussels on 16th-17th June 2019. This will be an exclusive event, which will gather around 400 cultural professionals and development experts coming from the European Union and its partner countries to discuss the new role of culture in international cooperation and innovative access to finance for cultural entrepreneurs and start-ups in developing countries.
« L’Initiative de Financement Innovant pour la Culture» améliorera l’accès au financement pour les industries créatives au Burkina Faso et en Afrique orientale.
Today, the European Commission has signed an €18 million project to support the Portuguese-speaking African countries and East Timor (PALOP-TL) - Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Sao Tome and Principe and East Timor - to promote employment in the cultural sector. The project will focus on performing arts including music, dance and theater and will strengthen technical training and skills in the sector.
Thank you for participating! We received nearly 4,000 entries for the summer competition #NoCultureNoFuture which celebrated the European Year of Cultural Heritage!
We have a winner! This summer we invited people to share their culture experiences with us and win a GoPro 6. From 12 July to 3 September participants shared a picture on Instagram illustrating how our cultural heritage contributes to happier and peaceful societies. We received almost 4,000 contributions and a winner was selected based on the quality of the picture, creativity of the description and how much it was representative of the topic.  
Rules for the Summer competition #NoCultureNoFuture running from 12 July to 3 September 2018.
Bilateral sectoral dialogue between the Department of Arts & Culture and EU partners to enhance the institutional capacity of Community Arts Centres in South Africa.
The action "Enhancing Resilience in Yemen: Strengthening the Social Safety Net", is replaced by the action "Cash for Work: Promoting livelihood opportunities for urban youth in Yemen", in order to promote livelihood opportunities for youth and to preserve and restore national cultural heritage while contributing to social cohesion and peace.
Development and promotion of sustainable tourism (products) in a fragile destination. The project aims to increase provision and consumption of sustainable tourism products to preserve the area with regards to: assurance of private sector uptake and benefit responsible utilisation of natural resources and protection of cultural heritage, minorities and inclusive economic participation.

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