Creative Europe and the Commission's priorities
See how Creative Europe is focusing on the priorities of the European Commission from 2019 to 2024.
United in Diversity means Europe’s cultural and linguistic diversity is at the very heart of the European Union.
The cultural and creative sectors account for about 4.2% of the EU gross domestic product.
The European Commission recognises the need to support through the Creative Europe programme the cultural and creative sectors as they face new challenges: decreasing revenues, digitalisation as well as global issues such as migration, climate change and the rise of nationalism.
The Creative Europe programme has aligned its support to the cultural and creative sectors with the 6 political priorities of the European Commission below. Discover how projects funded under the Creative Europe programme help to make Europe more prosperous, fairer and greener for generations to come.
The following examples show how Creative Europe enables artists from all disciplines to find innovative ways to reach new audiences, get training, translate their work, develop scripts, make films, and value their cultural heritage. All this while they also contribute to the priorities that the European Commission set out.