European Union National Institutes for Culture

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Crossroads for Culture
Cultural Diplomacy Platform
Cluster Development Programme
Knowledge Sharing Workshops
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  1. In 2014, EUNIC was selected as one of the cultural networks co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme (2014-2017).

    Crossroads for Culture is aimed at strengthening EUNIC’s capacity to enable cultural players from all EU Member states to work transnationally, internationalise cultural and creative sectors and further enhance European influence and attraction inside and outside of Europe.
  1. British Council, Centre for Fine Arts/BOZAR, EUNIC Global, European Cultural Foundation and Institut français have formed a consortium, led by Goethe-Institut, to support the implementation of the Cultural Diplomacy Platform. This consortium has been selected through a call for tender.   The Cultural Diplomacy Platform has been launched early March 2016 by the Service for Foreign Policy Instruments of the European Commission, to support the EU institutions in the implementation of a new ‘EU Strategy for international cultural relations’. Find out more here.
  1. EUNIC members organise regular Knowledge-sharing workshops on a range of topics throughout the year for members to attend.

    Past events and topics covered (2016)

    Tax and Status (British Council)
    Teacher training (Cervantes)
    Operational models (Goethe-Institut)
    Digital Cultural Relations (IFA)

    2017 workshops

    Libraries (IFA), 23-24 February
    Training and Professional Development (Goethe-Institut), 2-3 March
    Culture and Development (Camoes), September (TBC)
    Concept of arms length (Austrian Cultural Forum) (TBC)

    For further information contact Lina
  1. EUNIC clusters develop and (co-)fund collaborative projects building bridges across cultures and peoples, connecting the people of the EU to other parts of the world and also inside the EU itself. They do it in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders, from local cultural actors to national authorities to international players. 
    1. European Night of Literature

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