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Crossing Borders – Connecting Cultures - The EU Culture Programme (2007–2013)

The new Culture Programme was adopted in December 2006. This new Programme is ambitious and is the main European instrument supporting cross-border cultural cooperation in Europe. With EUR 400 million allocated for the period 2007–2013, its budget has increased significantly compared to its predecessor, the Culture 2000 Programme.

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Street theatre project challenges sexism and sectarianism in Egypt​
Like other projects implemented under the EU-funded Drama, Diversity and...
Med Culture to address culture, democracy and training at ENCATC workshop
ENCATC, the European network on cultural management and policy, is to hold its...
El Madina raises awareness on issues facing minorities in the Mediterranean
Trainers from El Madina’s Street Carnival, one of the EU-funded Drama,...
FEATURES - Archive
Water, a link to the Mediterranean identity
Water heritage in the Mediterranean region reflects the way rural and urban...
Eurojar Feature - RIWAQ to protect cultural heritage in Palestine
The European Union aims at protecting and developing architectural...
Eurojar Feature - Raising awareness for the hammam as a cultural heritage
Within the framework of the Euromed Cultural Heritage IV program, the...
PUBLICATIONS - Archive
Projects in Action: the human face of EU Neigbourhood cooperation
Projects in Action, a magazine produced by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre is...
Neighbourhood South glossary
The glossary of words commonly used in the EU’s relations with its...
The Anna Lindh Review 2005-2011
The “Anna Lindh Review 2005-2011” was published by the Anna...
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