Creative Europe Desk Serbia and the EU Info Centre in Belgrade are organising a public discussion with Manuèle Debrinay-Rizos, professor of management in culture and cultural diplomacy and a European expert engaged in evaluating Creative Europe programme projects.
The discussion will take place on Friday, 20th April at 5 p.m. in the premises of the EU Info Centre in Belgrade (7 Kralja Milana St). Manuèle Debrinay-Rizos will answer questions of attendees about the experience in evaluating projects of European cooperation: how evaluators think and how the process of evaluating competition application look, what the most frequent weaknesses of projects are and where mistakes occur. The most important part of the discussion will be related to European cooperation project propositions of attendees who will be able to present themselves and use the opportunity for consultations.
Manuèle Debrinay-Rizos is heading international relations at the Institute of Public Management and Territorial Governance at the University of Marseille in France. She is currently engaged as a lecturer (cultural management and cultural diplomacy) at the University of Lion, University of Marseille and the University of Rabat (Morocco). She is the Vice-president of ENCACT and an expert for Creative Europe programme 2014-2020, Co-Founder and expert of the Roberto Cimetta Fond. Previously she worked as the Director of the French Institute in Romania (2002-2006), the Cultural Attaché at the French Embassy in Bulgaria (2006-2008) and an expert for cultural policies in the Mediterranean region (1996-2002). She worked on monitoring the Roberto Cimetta Fund, she is one of the founders of the Mediterranean Dance Network, Commissioner of the MED project (House of World Cultures – HKW, Berlin), member of the Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Cultures (FEMEC), and the member of Euromed Civil Forum of Stuttgart, Marseille and Brussels.
The event is open for all interested representatives of cultural institutions and organisations. Applications for the event are mandatory, and you can apply by Thursday 19th April at midday, by sending an application to the email address: email@example.com
See you at the EU Info Centre!