Help improve politics in Europe – by participating in the Innovation in Politics Awards, which recognise and support those politicians who have the courage to break new ground, who are creative and achieve real results – regardless of party affiliation and regional level, and based on European values: social balance, democracy and human rights.
The tenth edition of the ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture.
We are happy to announce a unique performance of the Sejny Theater Klezmer Orchestra, part of Borderland Center and Foundation in Sejny, Poland.
The newly established fund Civitates is proud to announce its first call focused on encouraging civil society organisations from EU member states and EFTA countries to come together and create national coalitions to address issues related to the shrinking space for civil society in their country.
Are you a young cultural manager/practitioner looking to develop and strengthen your cultural leadership skills? Are you excited to be part of a growing international network of young cultural professionals?
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The European Cultural Foundation and Europa Nostra warmly invite you to the book presentation of Governing Heritage Dissonance: Promises and Realities of Selected Cultural Policies – a pioneering study by Višnja Kisić, winner of the 2013 Cultural Policy Research Award (CPRA).
The European Cultural Foundation is launching a new round of Research and Development Grants. The call is aimed at individuals and organizations who are building Europe as an open, inclusive and democratic space: #CourageousCitizens. See our grants page.
A workshop identifying concrete approaches and models to implement the UNESCO policy on sustainable development and World Heritage, through involving civil society.
Join us on 2 February in the city of Leeuwarden (NL) for a workshop on better participation in cultural policies on local level.
International and interdisciplinary conference organized by Kultura Nova Foundation, in partnership with Rijeka 2020 LLC and in collaboration with ECF.
Open call for participants for a Workshop on World Heritage, Sustainable Development and Civil Society.
Almost four years after the Euromaidan protests have started in Kyiv the violent conflict in Eastern Ukraine remains a fundamental geopolitical challenge for Europe, and continues to show repercussions in many EU member states, including the Netherlands.
Since January this year, Ukrainian citizens can travel to the European Union without visa. On the ground however, the conflict continues. Clashing memory politics and opposing (media) constructions of cultural identities seem to have further deepened the rifts in the country and the whole region.
This evening follows up on a similar discussion in spring 2015, when the images of the Euromaidan were still fresh. More than two years later panellists will discuss what has happened since. Is there a perspective for cultural reference points and narratives that would bridge rather than expand divides in Ukrainian society?
Price: 7.50 euro, or reduced fee 5.00 euro
ECF director Katherine Watson will open the academic year 2017-2018 at the University of Groningen with the Arts Lecture.