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- Database of Materials
- Contact Database
- EaP Ministerial Conference on Culture
- Opportunities for EaP countries
- Have full access to database materials
- Learn from best practices
- Share knowledge and advice
- Network with your peers in Programme region and the EU
- Stay abreast of EaP Culture Programme developments
Welcome to the Eastern Partnership Culture Programme database. The database has been conceived as a living net organism, a nod to help every representative of the cultural environment in the Eastern Partnership countries to network, share and learn.
Our database will offer several instruments:
Networking space will include options for subscribed site members to share news and events in their national cultural lives, check for progress of peers and neighbours and foster lasting contacts through the Contact Database of organizations and institutions in the culture sector or culture-related fields in the Eastern Partnership countries and the EU.
A library of Best Practices and Case Studies will contain success stories to learn from, with special emphasis on cultural management, cultural policy development and cross-cultural cooperation.
Another important tool will be dedicated to Granted Projects selected by the European Commission through a call for proposals launched in 2010 and to be financed within the Eastern Partnership Culture Programme. This section of the website will contain detailed information about the projects, their progress, deliverables and results. This section will be opened along the projects being officially announced and going into implementation.
At a later stage the website will be added a Legal Support Section to highlight culture legal frameworks in all the countries involved; this will serve to compare, analyze and chart further development of the culture management.
The RMCBU Team is currently working on collection of materials to be included into the database, however, it will only be as comprehensive and solid as the input of every its member. Hence, we kindly ask you not only to share your contact information but also to contribute your knowledge, skills and ideas for the benefit of you yourself and your peers in the six countries.
All the data submitted will be pre-approved before making it into the database. We, in the meantime, will make every effort to collect every chunk of that shared knowledge into a richly multi-coloured and solid platform that, we truly hope, will sustain further the growth of culture.