Creative Europe Cooperation Projects 2017
29 September 2016
If you have a cooperation project in mind and have questions don’t
hesitate to contact your Creative Europe Desk (See the contacts of the Creative
Europe Desks in your country here), some of them (e.g. in the UK) also organise workshops on the subject.
The UK Creative Europe Desk highlights some important changes to the guidelines since 2016:
- The list of eligible countries has changed. Turkey has withdrawn from Creative Europe, while Israel may become eligible.
- Interfaith dialogue and facilitating the integration of refugees are more explicitly mentioned in the different priorities of the scheme.
- The application process is now completely online. However, applicants are required to keep a set of documents at their disposal, which they will need to be able to provide immediately upon request.
We wish all festival that apply for a cooperation project grant a lot of success and hope that we can share some good results in 2017!