Erasmus+ Partnerships for Creativity Call has arisen from identified needs for Erasmus+ to respond to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The actions make it possible for organisations from different participating countries to work together, to develop, share and transfer best practices and innovative approaches in the fields of education, training and youth.
In this section you will find resources to assist you in developing your knowledge of EU funding, policy and research; national cultural policy documents and links to European arts and culture networks and other related resource organisations.
Funding Scheme Information and Presentations
In 2016 the Creative Europe Desk Ireland - Culture Office was invited by Limerick City and County Council to present the Creative Europe - Culture Sub-Programme to the arts and culture sector.
In 2016 the Creative Europe Desk Ireland - Culture Office was invited to the offices of Cork City Council to present the Creative Europe - Culture Sub-Programme to the community sector
In 2016 the Creative Europe Desk Ireland - Culture Office collaborated with our colleague in the Creative Europe Desk Denmark on a seminar held during the Museum Next Conference in Dublin entitled ‘Innovative Practices and the Creative Europe Programme’, We presented an overview of Cooperation Project results as well as highlighting case studies from both Irish and Danish led projects.
In 2016 the Culture Office attended the Irish Museum Association’s Annual Conference and made a presentation on EU Culture funding for the sector.
Programme Guide for Erasmus+ Programme 2014 - 2020