Articles Posted in the " Culture " Category

  • The new EACEA website is live today.

    The new EACEA website has gone live today at this address: www.eacea.ec.europa.eu The new website contains: information on our programmes for the period 2021-2027;  information on our activities and legal background;  beneficiaries spaces relating to ongoing projects from 2014-2020;  general information about our previous programmes; Powered by WPeMatico


  • Update on EACEA’s new generation of funding programmes

    EACEA’s new generation of funding programmes for the period 2021-2027 has now been politically agreed. EACEA’s funding programmes for this period will be: Erasmus+ Creative Europe the European Solidary Corps the Citizenship, Equality, Rights and Values programme (CERV). These programmes will build on the success of their predecessors (Erasmus+, Creative Europe, the European Solidarity Corps and Europe […]






  • Information about EACEA’s new generation of funding programmes

    EACEA’s funding programmes from 2014-2020 – such as Erasmus+, Creative Europe and Europe for Citizens – will soon come to an end and will be replaced with new programmes for the 2021-2027 period. The legal basis of the programmes for 2021-2027, and the mandate of the Agency, are currently being negotiated by the European Commission […]


  • AGORA

    The Danube Region (DR) is facing transitional challenges related to culture, planning systems, local heritage, and social structures. Many cities, and especially small and middle-sized towns, are struggling to remain attractive in an increasingly competitive context, largely because of abandonment and ‘missed opportunities’ for large stocks of land and buildings across the whole Region. The […]