More Europe – External Cultural Relations

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After more than ten years of advocacy, research and knowledge gathering, transnational debates, partnerships’ building and networking, More Europe - External Cultural Relations (recently renamed Global Cultural Relations) is wrapping up its work and various strands of activities.

In order to bring the loop full circle, the team is handing out a final publication – putting together More Europeʼs main results and deliverables implemented during the last 10 years; a look back over its history; an assessment of EU policies and programmes in the field of International Cultural Relations; and most importantly an open window on the future of International Cultural Relations with the delightful input of external contributors, incorporating a set of recommendations and identifying challenges and opportunities ahead for the sector. 

The publication is a unique legacy by its executive team, funding and supporting partners as well as closely involved experts and friends, in Europe and beyond. It is addressed to diverse stakeholders working in the field of culture and International Cultural Relations: cultural workers and operators, artists, researchers and academics, cultural institutions, private foundations, policy makers, philanthropists, civil society organisations, and any individual or entity interested in this field.