European cultural networks are crucial instruments to achieving the objectives that the European Union (EU) has set for the Creative Europe programme for the 2021-2027 period.
What are the Creative Europe Networks?
Creative Europe Networks are organisations of different sizes representing thousands of members from individuals to national and regional organisations working in the cultural and creative sectors. The European Commission consults with these networks concerning the design and implementation of the EU’s culture policy.
With their help, the Creative Europe programme aims to strengthen the cultural and creative sectors, offering training and development opportunities. It provides a platform to exchange ideas and spread information about projects and best practices.
Below you will find the list of the 37 European Networks cofinanced under the Creative Europe programme grouped by the following sectors:
Creative Europe Networks
Book and publishing
World Crafts Council (WCC) Europe
WCC-Europe is the representative organisation of the crafts sector in Europe having 34 members from 21 European countries and whose main statutory mission is to promote crafts in Europe by increasing the awareness and appreciation of crafts as an integral part of the cultural, social and economic well-being of society.
International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People (ASSITEJ)
ASSITEJ International is a network unifying artists and organisations across 75 countries and 6 continents who are dedicated to the right of every child and young person to access the arts - especially live performance - from the earliest possible age.
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