• La culture dans les relations extérieures de l'UE

    Motivated by the fact that “the European Union has no cultural relations strategy”, the European Commission mandated in 2011 a consortium of eight cultural organisations, institutes, and a consultancy to propose such a strategy. The report is now published and according to the Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, Androulla Vassiliou, it “makes for fascinating reading and brings together concrete proposals as to how to move forward in the coming months and years”.

  • EUNIC Yearbook 2013/2014

    The EUNIC Yearbook 2013/2014 is now available! In Europe from the Outside: Expectations of Europe's External Cultural Relations, 30 authors from 20 countries look at what initiatives are needed in the area of external cultural policy. Europe’s history of democracy, tradition of human rights and practice of friendly co-existence means that it has a great deal to offer and it should be investing more heavily in cultural relations with the rest of the world.

  • EUNIC  Biennial Activity Report 2012-2013

    EUNIC Biennial Activity Report 2012-2013 retraces a 2-year period of initiatives by EUNIC network including an overview of flagship projects, partnership development and advocacy actions, governance mechanisms and clusters activities. 

  • Culture and Development – Action and Impact brochure

    Culture and Development – Action and Impact is the result of a fruitful collaboration between the European Commission, the British Council, the Federation Wallonia-Brussels and EUNIC. The objective of the brochure is to demonstrate the fundamental role culture plays in the area of Development. It contains a description of 36 projects that have used culture as a means to make a significant contribution to the socio-economic development.

  • EUNIC MENA project

    The overall aim of EUNIC MENA project is to strengthen the creative sector in the MENA region. Our objective is to develop new and realistic approaches in cultural policy, to support capacity building and professionalization of the sector, to improve mobility and exchange of artists and cultural operators, and to promote European culture and values in the MENA region.

  • The Cultural Dialogue China / EUNIC brings together intellectuals, cultural practitioners and cultural policy makers from Europe and China to strengthen cultural cooperation within creative industries and develop people-to-people relations. The tradition of organizing Cultural Dialogue China / EUNIC reaches back to the year 2008, when the very first of the meetings took place in Beijing, China.

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Results of the EUNIC Russia programme

Results of the EUNIC Russia programme

15 April at 7:30 p.m, Strelka Institute hosted the presentation of curatorial proposals, which finalized the EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture)...
3rd EUNIC NAmibia Film Fesrival

3rd EUNIC Namibia Film Festival

The EUNIC Cluster Namibia presents the 3rd EUNIC Film Festival in Windhoek from 10th to 17th of September 2014.The 2014 festival will screen 14 movies from 14 European...

Beirut Time Without Consequences

“Beirut time without consequences” is a project created with a clear and evident vision. A general explanation of the levels that made Beirut the chaotic city it is. Each and...

CAE Conference 2014: Beyond the Obvious

October 9-11, 2014 Newcastle Gateshead (UK) Beyond the Obvious – from producing things to nurturing social capital Culture Action Europe Annual Public Conference and General...

New Director of DG Education and Culture

Xavier Prats Monné is the new Director-General of DG Education and Culture as of 1 August. He has been DG EAC's Deputy Director-General responsible for EU policies...

Mediterranean centre for cultural heritage

The museum of civilisations from Europe and the Mediterranean (MuCEM) and the Institut national du patrimoine (Inp) joined forces to create the Mediterranean centre for...

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