On Monday 4th December, the Representation of the European Commission and the Creative Europe Desk Luxembourg held at the European Information Center in Luxembourg an event dedicated to presenting European financing opportunities.
Mr Dominioni, Executive Secretary of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes, Director of the European Institute of Cultural Routes and Ms Berti, Council of Europe Cultural Routes Project Coordinator, were invited by Mr Marc Rettel (Project Manager - European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, Luxembourg Cultural Action Agency) to take part in.
During the event seven European programs and related financing opportunities were presented; Q&A and exchanges with the reference contact persons for each program in Luxembourg arose. In particular the presentation concerned 1. Creative Europe - MEDIA and Culture, 2. Erasmus, 3. Europe for Citizens, 4. Horizon 2020, 5. COSME, 6. Interreg Greater Region V A, 7. Interreg Europe. This framework provides room for initiatives by the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe, in line with their values and objectives.