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The i-Portunus Houses project is implemented, on behalf of the European Commission, by a consortium consisting of the European Cultural Foundation as a coordinator and MitOst and Kultura Nova Foundation. It is dedicated to examining and analysing various transnational grant schemes for mobility in the cultural sector. One of the key components of this project is research on mobility in the cultural sector. Part of this research is a questionnaire that deals with the current state and future opportunities for the mobility of artists and cultural professionals and their local hosts (organizations or individuals).
The ACP-EU Programme (Pacific) Enhancing capacity for the sustainability of the cultural and creative industries Grant Scheme aims to increase the contribution of the cultural and creative sectors economic revenue, commercial engagement, and its recognition in national economies.
On the Move is conducting a research on mobility and collaboration funding for the cultural and creative industries sector in Northern Dimension Area, namely: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia, and Sweden. The survey serves to map the needs of the artists, cultural and creative professionals in terms of mobility and cross-border collaboration in the region.
Chemnitz, the European Capital of Culture 2025 is looking for a Managing Director/CEO (m/f/d) to set up the project organisation as well as to implement the bid-book together with the artistic director.
A new mandate holder will be appointed at the end of the 48th session of the Human Rights Council, scheduled to take place from 13 September to 1 October 2021.
On 27 and 28 May 2021, UNESCO Office in Apia, in cooperation with Headquarters, is organizing a virtual regional consultative meeting for the Pacific, as part of the ongoing consultations for the preparation of the Global Action Plan of the International Decade of Indigenous Languages (IDIL2022-2032). The regional meeting will also contribute to the establishment of a regional roadmap for the International Decade, and involve the participation of a wide range of regional stakeholders including representatives of UNESCO Member States, indigenous peoples organizations and institutions, UN system agencies, civil society, and experts in the field of Indigenous languages, linguistic diversity and multilingualism.