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Call Strand 1.3.5: Cooperation projects with third countries Culture programme

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Call Strand 1.3.5: Cooperation projects with third countries Culture programme 

 

The Culture  Programme is aimed at three specific objectives:

  • promotion of the trans-national mobility of people working in the cultural sector;
  • support for the trans-national circulation of cultural and artistic works and products;
  • promotion of inter-cultural dialogue.

Strand 1.3.5: Cooperation projects with Third Countries (lasting up to twentyfour months)  is the fourth category of  Strands 1: Support for cultural projects  which support cultural cooperation projects aimed at cultural  exchanges between the countries taking part in the Programme and Third Countries, which have concluded association or cooperation agreements with the EU, provided  that the latter contain cultural  clauses. Every year one or more  Third Country(ies) is/are selected for that particular year. The country(ies) is/are indicated each year on  the website of the Executive Agency at the latest 4 months before the deadline for  submission indicated in Chapter I.7 of  Culture Programe guide.

The action must generate a concrete international cooperation dimension. The  cooperation projects involve at least three cultural operators, from at least three  countries taking part in the Programme and  cultural cooperation with at least one  organisation from the selected Third Country and involve cultural activities carried out in the selected  Third Country. Funds of between EUR 50 000 and a maximum of  EUR 200 000 are available, but the ceiling for support from the European Union is  limited to 50% of the total eligible costs. 

Eligible third countries – Budgetary year 2013

In 2013, the eligible third countries for the special action 1.3.5 are Australia and Canada.

Eligible Countries

Countries eligible under this Culture Programme are:

  • EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom); 
  • European Economic Area (EEA) countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway);
  • Acceding country: Croatia
  • Countries candidate to EU membership (Turkey and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) plus Serbia.
  • Countries of the western Balkans : Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Albania

 

Deadline for applications: “The application must be submitted at the latest by midday (12:00 Brussels time) on 03/05/2013.

For more information and application form click here

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks, Nicoleta

    Searchlighter does not have a consortium in development at this point to respond to this Call, but if any reader of this thread does and is considering recruitment, we would be very interested in contributing with a focus on implementing Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E).

    Searchlighter seeks to monitor projects for the quality of their economic, social or cultural influence: in this context, we evaluate the tangible outcomes with a mind on innovation, engagement, social cohesion and stakeholder inclusion.

    Searchlighter is currently leading M&E Work Packages in both Lifelong Learning and DAPHNE Programmes, as well as assisting the Coordinator and Dissemination Partners with the exploitation of each project’s outcomes.

    If any reader of this blog thread wishes to learn more about my background or Searchlighter’s approach to M&E, please reply privately to this post via rbeecroft(at)searchlighter.org.

  2. […] Call Strand 1.3.5: Cooperation projects with third countries Culture programme The Culture Programme is aimed at three specific objectives: promotion of the trans-national mobility of people…  […]

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