Culture Desk Creative Europe Serbia and the EU Info center are organising the event “Find a partner!” on occasion of the Valentine’s Day, on Tuesday 14th February at 11 a.m. in the EU Info Centre in Belgrade.
Students and alumni of the UNESCO department for cultural policy and management of the University of Art in Belgrade and University Lyon 2 will present cultural scenes of Bosnia and Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Ireland, Romania and other countries of their origin.
The attendees will have an opportunity to gather information and contacts of foreign organisations offering partnerships within the Creative Europe programme.
Apart from this, mechanisms used by the Desk Creative Europe to aid finding partners will be presented: partner search form, platforms for partner search, and databases of registered organisations.
Being in a partnership is a formal condition for applications within the Creative Europe programme and it offers many opportunities for the development of individuals, organisations, their audience, environments they are active in, Europe and European culture.
If your organisation hasn’t fallen in love yet, find it a European partner on 14th February in the EU Info centre!
Application for participating in the event can be sent until 12th February to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The consultation aims to gather comments and perspectives on the relevance of the Creative Europe programme’s objectives, the effectiveness of the measures taken to achieve them and the efficiency of their implementation. Thus, the consultation aims to establish the added value of the Programme in relation to the challenges and opportunities of cultural and audiovisual sectors, compared to what could be achieved by Member States only.
Finally, the public consultation includes forward looking questions regarding a possible successor programme to Creative Europe after 2020.
The consultation is hosted on the website of ICF Consult. The consultation must be responded to on-line only, and replies sent by email will not be accepted.
An extract of the questions has also been made available in pdf format to assist with the preparation of responses.
Although the questionnaire will only be available in English, respondents are welcome to answer in any of the official languages of the European Union.