EUNIC Mobility Scheme 2023-2024: Call for participants
Are you interested in travelling to another EUNIC member or cluster to learn more about their approach and exchange on a wide range of topics? The EUNIC Mobility Scheme allows any colleague of a EUNIC member to exchange knowledge and gain skills.
With this new edition of the EUNIC Mobility Scheme, you could:
- Learn more about DutchCulture’s NewGenerations programme, building and expanding connections to young creatives and cultural professionals;
- Get insight into ifa’s transnational work supporting civil society around the world and providing safe spaces for artists and human rights activists;
- Share knowledge with British Council on the topic of research and evaluation for cultural relations;
- Get to know the flagship project of Centro Cultural de España and the cluster in El Salvador, which aims at making visible the environmental organisations and initiatives in the country through a mapping and artistic residency;
- and more!
How does it work?
You can browse the 15 hosting offers in this document and apply via this online form. Please note that this is a competitive process, so we encourage you to really convey why you would be a good fit for the hosting offer.
We advise colleagues who wish to apply to check with their own organisation or line managers before they do so. Travel and accommodation costs need to be covered by your own organization. There are a limited number of travel grants available from EUNIC for the Mobility Scheme. Please be aware that these grants are prioritising participants who are travelling within their region and locally contracted staff.
1 July 2023: Deadline for applications to the hosting offers
July 2023: Selection and matching of participants in consulation with hosts
August 2023 to June 2024: Visits take place
You can download here the call for applications with more information on the Mobility Scheme.