Culture in Sustainable Development

Agenda 21 for Culture has published a new document entitled “Culture in the Sustainable Development Goals: A Guide for local actions”, in the frame of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development by the United Nations. The publication aims to provide practical guidance to local and regional governments, civil society organisations, private organisations, culture and development Culture in Sustainable Development

Council Conclusions on EU strategic approach to international cultural relations

On 23 May 2017, the Council of the EU adopted Conclusions on the EU strategic approach to international cultural relations. The Council of the EU published a press release underlining that “such an approach should be bottom-up and should respect the independence of the cultural sector. [EU Ministers] recognise that international cultural relations can only Council Conclusions on EU strategic approach to international cultural relations

22/05/2017 Towards an EU strategy for international cultural relations.

The Regional Initiative for Culture and Creativity (RICC)], an informal European network comprised of 25 regional governments, lead by the Basque Country, Emilia-Romagna and Friuli Venezia Giulia, is organising a conference on the role of the regions in international cultural relations.

EUNIC App, Invisible City!

The new EUNIC App, ‘Invisible City’, gathers the best of culture in one place making it easier for EUNIC members to promote their cultural events and attract a larger audience. Invisible City has a more user-friendly interface and enables the users among other things to save cultural events to their calendars, follow cultural venues, get EUNIC App, Invisible City!

European Creative Hubs Network

The European Creative Hubs Network (ECHN) is a two-year projecct co-funded by the EU Creative Europe programme, aiming at helping creative hubs connect and collaborate across Europe. Creative hubs are platforms or workplaces for artists, musicians, designers, filmmakers, app developers or start-up entrepreneurs. They are uniquely diverse in structure, sector and services, and range from European Creative Hubs Network

Voices of Culture

Voices of Culture ‒ Structured Dialogue between the European Commission and the cultural sector provides a framework for discussions between EU civil society stakeholders and the European Commission with regard to culture. It aims to strengthen the advocacy capacity of the cultural sector in policy debates on culture at European level, while encouraging it to Voices of Culture

Trauma & Revival

“Trauma & Revival” is a project reflecting on cultural relations between Eastern and Western Europe during the Cold War and today, supported by the Creative Europe programme of the EU.From 2015 to 2018, six cultural organisations bring together artists, intellectuals and citizens from across the European continent, to revisit a shared history, challenge today’s perceptions Trauma & Revival

10-14/05/2017 The Producers’ Academy

Creative Tracks and CIFAS (International Centre for Training in the Performing Arts) co-organise a new international training programme focused on entrepreneurship for Belgian, European and international producers in the performing arts (theatre, dance, street arts, circus, performance). The programme will take place in Brussels, and will be articulated around presentations by professionals, exchange and sharing of 10-14/05/2017 The Producers’ Academy