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Menningarstyrkir í Creative Europe – Umsóknarfrestir auglýstir
- Evrópsk samstarfsverkefni –7. september 2021
Samstarfsverkefnin skiptast í 3 flokka – forgangsatriði*
Flokkur 1 – Lítil samstarfsverkefni Minnst þrír samstarfsaðilar frá þremur löndum.
Umsækjendur geta sótt um allt að 200.000€, 80% af gildum kostnaði en 20% er eigið framlag.
Flokkur 2 – Meðalstór samstarfsverkefni Minnst fimm samstarfsaðilar frá jafnmörgum þátttökulöndum, þar af einn verkefnisstjóri.
Umsækjendur geta sótt um allt 1 milljón €, 70% af gildum kostnaði en 30% er eigið framlag.
Flokkur 3 – Stór samstarfsverkefni Tíu samstarfsaðilar frá jafnmörgum þátttökuríkjum þar af einn verkefnisstjóri.
Umsækjendur geta sótt um allt að 2 milljónum€, 60% af gildum kostnaði en 40% er eigið framlag.
Gildistími verkefna í öllum flokkum er allt að 48 mánuðir.
This action will support projects involving a large diversity of players active in different cultural and creative sectors, to carry out a broad spectrum of activities and initiatives. European cooperation projects are also meant to contribute to the implementation of emerging EU policy initiatives such as the New European Bauhaus.
European cooperation projects are open to all the cultural and creative sectors. However, considering that this action aims at pursuing the objectives of the CULTURE strand of the programme, projects involving exclusively organisations from the audio-visual sector and projects of an exclusive audiovisual content are not targeted for funding under it.
The action is anchored in the policy framework of the Culture strand of the Creative Europe programme and its cross-cutting issues (inclusiveness, reduction of environmental impact and gender equality).
- Net – umsóknarfrestur – 26. ágúst
The support to European Networks of Cultural and Creative Organisations action intends to enhance the capacities of European cultural and creative sectors to face common challenges and nurture talents, innovate, prosper and generate jobs and growth.
This action will support projects implemented by highly representative, multi-country, membership-based networks of European cultural organisations, which cover a wide range of Creative Europe participating countries. Networks must have a shared mission, governance rules, and members’ rights and obligations, as formally specified (in “statutes” or equivalent) and agreed upon by its members. Networks should be composed of a coordinating entity and its members.
*Culture strand 2021 priorities In 2021, the Culture strand of the new Creative Europe programme intends to promote:
· Reinforcement of the resilience to allow the recovery of cultural operators in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
· Innovation and joint creations: the Programme will support operators to develop innovative European projects to allow the evolution of the cultural and creative sectors and to increase their competitiveness. Innovations can be of a technological and artistic nature and can include the development and experimentation of new practices or new models or the transfer and dissemination of good practices from one European region or sector to others. Areas of innovation can include fighting climate change, digitisation or a societal dimension such as audience development, gender equality, the inclusion of people with disabilities, belonging to minorities, to socially marginalised groups.
· Co-production, cooperation, learning and connection of organisations of all sizes and that will build capacity, help the circulation of artists and works, give rise to co-productions and artistic creations and contribute to disseminating professional and artistic good practices across Europe.
· Capacity building of artists: the Programme will help European artists and cultural and creative professionals move up to the European level by supporting (emerging) talents and skills development. Platforms will be supported to increase the visibility and the circulation of European emerging artists and works in Europe and beyond. It will also support actions that promote the circulation of European literary works allowing the book sector (booksellers, libraries, etc.) to foster cooperation between publishers and their partners.
· The programme will invest in activities that encourage the scaling up of Europe’s cultural and creative sectors at European and global levels, for instance by supporting their international presence, marketing and branding. It will help collect and disseminate data, information, practices, ideas and solutions; provide training and advice to professionals; represent the sectors at national and European level and advocate on their behalf on key sectoral issues.
In addition, as cross-cutting issues, the Programme will support effective mechanisms to ensure the cultural sectors offer diversity, inclusion and equality for all and contribute to the fight against climate change.
· Inclusion, diversity, and gender equality. Projects should facilitate access to European cultural and creative content for all groups and audiences, especially for professionals and participants with disadvantaged backgrounds and fewer opportunities related to disability or health problems, economic, social or geographical obstacles or cultural differences. Particular attention will be given to fostering gender equality, in particular as a driver of creativity, economic growth and innovation. Projects must seek to promote gender equality and non-discrimination mainstreaming in accordance with the Gender Mainstreaming Toolkit. All activities funded under the programme shall incorporate a gender equality perspective and contribute to the equal empowerment of women and men, ensuring that they achieve their full potential and benefit from the same rights.
· Environment and the fight against climate change. The cultural and creative sectors should contribute to the European Green Deal, in particular, by encouraging its operators to adopt more environmentally sustainable practices and, by this, to contribute to the achievement of the overall target of 30% of the Union budget expenditures supporting climate objectives. Culture can play an important role in the green transition through awareness-raising, learning, communication and in the sharing of knowledge and good practices, and has the potential to develop innovative ways of tackling environmental challenges.
3. Circulation of European literary works – umsóknarfrestur til 30. September 2021
Objectives This action will support projects that will translate, publish, distribute and promote works of fiction.
Themes and priorities (scope) Selected projects will contribute to the following objectives:
strengthening the transnational circulation and diversity of European literary works in particular by encouraging translations from lesser used languages into English, German, French, Spanish (Castilian) and Italian
reaching new audiences for European literary works in the EU and beyond
strengthening the competitiveness of the book sector by encouraging cooperation within the book value chain
Activities that can be funded (scope)
In addition to the translation, promotion and distribution activities (import strategy), proposals can also include business-to-business “export” activities to help foster the sales of translation rights in Europe and beyond.
The proposed activities should be grouped, in the application form part B, in coherent work packages (i.e. major sub-division of the project). Each work package must have a corresponding list of activities, deliverables, milestones and critical risks (see section 10).
The action will support around 40 projects, implemented either by a single entity (mono-beneficiary) or by a grouping of organisations (multi-beneficiary). Each project must be based on a sound editorial and promotional strategy covering a package of at least 5 eligible works of fiction translated from and into eligible languages, and must include the following elements:
· the proposed package contributes to the diversity of literature in the target country (or countries) by including works from countries that are underrepresented, and in particular works written in lesser-used languages;
· the distribution strategy ensures wide and easy access to the works for the general public;
· the promotion strategy contributes to an enlargement and renewal of the audience for European translated literary works of fiction;
· The project encourages collaboration between authors, translators, publishers, distributors, booksellers, libraries, festivals and literary events.
· The project contributes to raising the profile of translators and respects the principle of fair remuneration.
· The projects addresses the cross-cutting issues (inclusion, gender equality and reduction of environmental impact).