Creative Europe call for proposals: Cultural Cooperation Projects in the Western Balkans 2019

2020-01-16

Projects that strengthen cultural cooperation with and competitiveness of cultural and creative industries in the Western Balkans are welcomed until 17 March 2020. The Call for Proposals is entirely funded by the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II).

The overall objective of the Call is to foster reconciliation and good neighbourly relations in the Western Balkans through cultural cooperation and creation. Five organisations need to partake in the call and at least two of them have to be based in two different member states of the European Union and two in two different West Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia).

70 museums in the region are connected to NEMO's member the Balkan Museum Network. These museums are interested in partnerships and anyone with a project idea is welcome to contact Aida Veži, Secretary General.

The specific objectives of the Call are:

  • to increase cultural cross-border cooperation within the Western Balkans region and the EU Member States;
  • to strengthen the competitiveness of the cultural and creative industries in the region.

The Call for Proposals is implemented in accordance with the applicable rules of the Creative Europe programme and the relevant work programme.

Deadline to apply: 17 March 2020


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