The European Commission has adopted the 2022 work programme of Creative Europe, which will be followed by the launch of the relevant calls for proposals. Creative Europe has strengthened its support to creative and cultural partners taking due account of the challenges resulting from the COVID-19 crisis.
The cultural and creative sectors have been hit hard by the pandemic. A new interactive CulturEU funding guide helps you identify the right EU support for your projects.
In person and online, the European News Media Forum will host a dialogue on the industrial transformation of the news media sector including press, TV, radio, magazine and online media on 29th November from Brussels.
Find out more about Creative Europe's Cross Sector strand and projects at this online event on 8th September hosted by Creative Europe Desks from Germany, Luxembourg and Austria in cooperation with Ars Electronica.
The News Journalism Partnerships Call encourages cooperation between professional news media organisations. The call is open to consortia composed of at least three applicants from a minimum of three different countries participating in the Creative Europe programme.