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Culture Info Days 2007


The new Culture Programme runs for the period 2007-2013. The 2008 funding opportunities under this programme will be launched early August. In this context, an Information Day will be organised next September 14 in Brussels by the European Commission (Directorate General Education and Culture) together with the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency.

The participants in the Info Days will have the occasion to know more about the European cultural Agenda, about the programme's contents, and about administrative and financial aspects. Key issues and practical recommendations related to the preparation and submission of applications, as well as to the management of grants, will be addressed by various speakers during the day. News and changes since the previous calls for proposals will be also highlighted.

WHEN
14 September 2007 from 9:00 AM to 18:00 PM

WHERE
Brussels, Charlemagne Building, Rue de la Loi 170, 1049 (Metro Station Schuman)

WHO
Cultural operators, stakeholders, organisations and institutions active in the field of Culture at European level.

HOW
Online registration is closed.

CONTACT
eacea-infodays@ec.europa.eu

PROGRAMME

09h00 Registration
09h45

PART I: GENERAL PRESENTATIONS

  • The European Cultural Agenda


Vladimir SUCHA
, Director for Culture and Communication, DG EAC, European Commission

  • The Culture Programme 2007-2013: Policy priorities and new actions


Xavier TROUSSARD
, Head of Unit -Culture, DG EAC, European Commission:

  • Mission of the Executive Agency, general management mechanisms and service to beneficiaries


Gilbert GASCARD
, Director, Executive Agency Education, Audiovisual and Culture

  • Management of the Culture programme at the Executive Agency


Antonios KOSMOPOULOS,
Head of Unit –Culture, Executive Agency
Questions and answers


Moderator Part I: Vladimir SUCHA
11h00 Coffee and Refreshments break
11h30

PART II: INSIGHTS INTO CULTURE FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

SESSION 1

  • Fundamental financial rules applicable to Calls for Proposals

    Danielle BARBIEUX, Finance Unit, Executive Agency


SESSION 2

  • Support for European Cultural Bodies

    Marie-Luce VISSOL, Culture Unit, Executive Agency

Key issues and practical recommendations related to the preparation and submission of applications (administrative and financial aspects) and to the management of grants.

Questions and answers

Moderator Part II: Gilbert GASCARD
12h45 Lunch
14h00

SESSION 3
Support for Cultural actions: Trans-national cooperation

  • Multi-annual cooperation  projects and cooperation measures

Anna ATHANASOPOULOU, Anastasios TSIRAKIDIS, Culture Unit, Executive Agency

  • Literary translation projects

Corinne RIGAUD, Anne COMPERE, Culture Unit, Executive Agency
Key issues and practical recommendations related to the preparation and submission of applications (administrative and financial aspects) and to the management of grants.

Questions and answers
15h45 Coffee and Refreshments break
16h15

SESSION 4

Specific Calls for proposals

Support for Cultural actions:

  • Cooperation projects with Third Countries

Marie-Luce VISSOL, Culture Unit, Executive Agency

Support for analyses and the collection and dissemination of information:

  • Networks of organisations carrying assessments and impact studies about cultural policies

Corinne RIGAUD, Culture Unit, Executive Agency
Key issues and practical recommendations related to the preparation and submission of applications.

Questions and answers


FACILITIES

Simultaneous translation in all sessions (French, German, English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Polish)

Lunch offered

Outside the plenary, following services will be provided from 10h00 to 18h00:

  • Info Points (Directorate General Education and Culture -DG EAC-, Executive Agency and Cultural Contact Points) will provide additional guidance.
  • Cyber café: Internet access will be available to consult electronic versions of the documents
  • Dedicated meeting areas will facilitate bilateral and multilateral contacts between participants


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