Creative Europe - Open Public Consultation
News, EU Culture Policy, European funding for museums, Projects & Calls, NEMO activities | 25.01.2017
The European Commission launched a public consultation on the Creative Europe programme to gather comments and perspectives on its objectives, effectiveness and efficiency as well as a possible successor programme after 2020. It is open until 16 April 2017.
Creative Europe is the European Commission's (EC) framework programme to support the audiovisual and culture sectors that runs from 2014-2020. It consists of the three strands - the Culture sub-programme, the MEDIA sub-programme, and the Cross-sectoral strand - all of which are covered in the survey. ICF International is conducting the survey for the EC.
The consultation can only be filled out online through this website (email replies are not accepted!).
It is only available in English, but replies in all official languages of the EU are invited until 16 April 2017. NEMO will be participating in the survey.
With the consultation a feedback on "the relevance of the Creative Europe Programme's objectives, the effectiveness of the measures taken to achieve them and the efficience of their implementation" should be gathered to explore the added value of the Programme in comparison to national programmes and inform a successor programme after 2020.
The results of the consultation "will be used, together with other data and evidence, to inform the ongoing independent mid-term evaluation of the Creative Europe Programme." Following the consultation the EC will adopt a Report addressed to the European Parliament and Council, which will include a summary of the consultation results.
The Directorate for Culture and Creativity of the Directorate-General for Education and Culture (DG EAC) is responsible for the survey and can be contacted at EAC-CREATIVE-EUROPE-CONSULT@ec.europa.eu
Information on the website of the EC...
*all quotes from the EC's official announcement (see link)*