September 30, 2017 | Saturday

PHOTO BLOG September 2017


September at the EU Information and Cultural Centers in Pristina and North Mitrovica, was about Creative Europe. EUICCs in Pristina and North Mitrovica, organized an information campaign, hosting a panel discussion and two info sessions. (Photo Credit: EUICC)


Creative Europe is the European Commission’s framework program for support to the culture and audio-visual sectors. In a panel discussion at EUICC in Pristina, Mr. Florim Canolli from the Ministry of European Integration declared that Kosovo will be eligible for Creative Europe funds as of beginning of 2018. (Photo Credit: EUICC)


Kosovo’s eligibility process will be coordinated by the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports. Valon Ibraj form Culture Diplomacy department of Ministry of Culture was nominated head of Creative Desk for Creative Europe Programme. (Photo Credit: EUICC)


In an info session at the EUICC in North Mitrovica, a panel composed of representatives of the Ministry of European Integration, Mr. Florim Canolli and Mr. Flamur Salihu, shared information about Creative Europe, eligibility criteria, and gave an outline of other EU programmes available in Kosovo. (Photo Credit: EUICC)


Ms. Dominique Thiange (Belgium), former expert for Culture for Alll Programme – Phase III (2014 – 2016), in an Info Session at EUICC in Pristina, presented current calls of Creative Europe, gave advice and tips on application process, and provided an insight on the benefits that Creative Europe funds will bring to Kosovo’s cultural sector.(Photo Blog: EUICC)


The total budget for 2014-2020 Creative Europe programme is 1.46 billion euros, and will help the overall European cultural sectors increase their contribution to jobs, visibility, exchange experience between artists and sustainable growth. (Photo Credit: EUICC)