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Building Capacity for Cooperation Projects - Webinar Videos

Capacity Building webinars - watch the recordings
Capacity Building webinars - watch the recordings

If you missed our series of Capacity Building Webinars in June, you can watch them back below or on our YouTube channel.

In June, Creative Europe Desk Ireland - Culture Office presented a series of capacity building webinars for organisations considering applying for Cooperation Projects funding under the Creative Europe Programme. The next Creative Europe funding call for European Cooperation Projects is due to open in autumn 2024.

Find out more about Creative Europe's funding for European Cooperation Projects.

Webinar 1: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

The Head of EDI at the Arts Council of Ireland, Hannah Gordis talks about how organisations can start their journey in inclusive programming using the EDI toolkit developed by the Arts Council as part of their policy. Keith Thompson from the Arts Council explains their Paying the Artist policy looking at fair pay and best practice for engagement with artists in artistic projects.

Webinar 2: Building a Communications Strategy

Catherine Griffin, Communications Consultant, gives an informative and interactive session on developing and implementing communication and dissemination strategies for arts organisations and arts and culture projects.

Capacity Building 3: Greening Creative Europe

Creative Europe Desk Ireland - Culture Office presents the last in the series of capacity building webinars for organisations considering applying for Cooperation Projects funding under the Creative Europe Programme.

We look at best practice Creative Europe project case studies, the Greening of the Creative Europe programme report, and guides to good environmental practices.

Sustainable Projects & Greening Creative Europe, Thursday 27th June also features guest speaker, Elaine Doyle from the Arts Council, on practical and immediate steps organisations can take to begin their sustainable journey.

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