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Sectors: Culture - Media, Social Affairs

Beneficiaries: Corporations, Non-profit organisations, SMEs

Regions: Balkans, Candidate countries, European Economic Area, European Union, Mediterranean countries

Category: Call for Proposals

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Eligible non-EU third countries: Participants to the Creative Europe Programme: Iceland, Norway, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Republic of Serbia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Tunisia. Soon also Armenia and Kosovo (subject to the finalisation of ratification procedures)

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WE funding – Creative Europe – Defining…
Funds for: Defining and testing policies and actions for developing cultural and creative industries
Main beneficiaries: Public or private organisations

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: Defining and testing policies and actions for sustaining and developing cultural and creative industries and generating cross sectoral benefits and spill-overs in the different areas and sectors CCIs interface 
Main beneficiaries: Public or private organisations

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
– Elaboration of guidelines, followup of EU CCI actions;
– Support skills classification system, development of guidelines for CCI skills development, activities and dissemination;
– Guidelines for CCIs development, good practice cases and showcase events on innovative models, peer-to-peer hubs exchange;
– Analysis, case studies and recommendations

Priorities
– Enhanced skills concerning access to finance for CCIs;
– Strengthened trans-national and cross-sectoral cooperation within the cultural and creative sectors and other stakeholders;
– Enhanced cultural and creative education, skills and readiness for the job market

Among financed actions
– Workshops, seminars, study-visits, meetings;
– Exchange programmes, peer learning;
– Training and skills development activities;
– Development of communication activities