© Image: Alicia Steels A large group of tourists stand behind a rope fence inside a museum to take photos of something outside of the picture.
NEMO contributed to an online debate on free museum admission

NEMO Secretary General Julia Pagel shared her thoughts in the online debate “Should all museums be free to the public?" together with Member of Parliament Niklas Nienaß and hosted by Debating Europe.

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New Creative Europe will support the cultural and creative sectors with €2.4...

On 26 May 2021, the European Commission officially launched the Creative Europe programme for 2021-2027 by adopting the work...

NEMO contributes to EC paper on alternative sources of income for cultural heritage

The European Commission (EC) has published a background paper with best practise examples on complementary funding for cultural...

New CHARTER Alliance will unite and...

The European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance CHARTER brings together the expertise of 47 European cultural heritage organisations to ensure a long-lasting and durable cultural heritage sector. Over four years, the Erasmus+...

 
EU funding and cooperation explained in new...

NEMO has produced a toolkit to help museums, museum associations and other cultural organisations across Europe to better access EU funding and increase their international activities. The toolkit gives an overview of the benefits...

 
European Commission plans a common path to Europe’s safe re-opening

A Communication published by the European Commission on 17 March 2021 charts the way ahead for a safe re-opening with a balanced...

 Four people are sitting in a gallery space. All four are wearing goggles and headphones and they are experiencing some kind of virtual reality art.
Join a webinar on how to prepare a successful...

On 24 March 2021, the European Commission is organising the webinar on 'How to prepare a successful proposal in Horizon Europe'. The purpose of this event is to inform all potential applicants to Horizon Europe calls on the...

 
110+ organisations call for securing a future for cultural life in Europe

Culture brings us together in times of crisis and should be at the centre of Europe’s recovery for the pandemic. NEMO has together...

EU Member States urged to dedicate at least 2% of the RRF for the Cultural and...

NEMO welcomes a call from several Members of Parliament urging the governments of the EU Member States and the European Commission...

European Parliament adopts resolution to...

On 20 January 2020, the European Parliament adopted an ambitious resolution on achieving an effective policy legacy for the European Year of Cultural Heritage. NEMO welcomes the new resolution which makes explicit the value of...