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FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ARTS AND CULTURE FROM THE EU. HOW THE EU SPENDS YOUR MONEY. So, can I get money from Europe?. So, can I get money from Europe?. Maybe, but its a lot of work!. What kind of funds are available?. STRUCTURAL FUNDS. TRANSNATIONAL FUNDS. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ARTS AND CULTURE FROM THE EU

  • HOW THE EU SPENDS YOUR MONEY

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    EAGGF Guarantee Section 44.8%

    Other Structural Funds 35.4%

    Training, youth, culture, audiovisual, IT etc 0.9%

    Energy, Euratom, Environment 0.2%

    Consumers, internal market, networks 1.2%

    Research & tecnological development 3.9%

    External action 8.4%

    Administrative expenditure 5.0%

    TOTALEXPENDITURE 93 BILLION

    EU EXPENDITURE BUDGET 2000

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    EAGGF Guarantee Section 44.8%

    Other Structural Funds 35.4%

    Training, youth, culture, audiovisual, IT etc 0.9%

    Energy, Euratom, Environment 0.2%

    Consumers, internal market, networks 1.2%

    Research & tecnological development 3.9%

    External action 8.4%

    Administrative expenditure 5.0%

    TOTALEXPENDITURE 93 BILLION

    EU EXPENDITURE BUDGET 2000

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  • Key Priorities of the European Union

    increase competitiveness

    encourage co-operation and collaboration

    develop trans-European partnerships

    encourage trans-European mobility

    develop human resources

    harmonise standards and practices

    encourage participation by groups traditionally excluded

    develop social partnerships

    support innovative schemes and examples of good practice

    provide support for areas of industrial decline

  • So, can I get money from Europe?

  • So, can I get money from Europe?Maybe, but its a lot of work!

  • What kind of funds are available?STRUCTURAL FUNDSTRANSNATIONAL FUNDS

  • Structural and Transnational funds

    Structural Funds

    e.g. ERDF & ESF via Regional Allocations

    Community Initiatives

    Innovative Actions

    Trans-National Funds

    Culture 2000

    Media Plus

    Leonardo da Vinci II

    Socrates

    Youth

    Sixth Framework

    e-Content

    Life III

    PHARE, TACIS, SAPARD

    Minority Languages, Tourism, Sport

  • Structural fundsSpecific geographical focusPartners not generally requiredLocal decision makingLarge funds to be accessedFocus on capital works and people-based activitiesBut note that many of these funds have already been allocated, and after 2006, are unlikely to be available in the older EU countries

  • Objectives 1, 2 & 3

    OBJECTIVE 1Objective 1 areas are those that have less than 75% of EU average GDP. It is the highest level of regional funding available from the EU.

    It is aimed at promoting the development and structural adjustment of the EU regions most lagging behind in development.

    OBJECTIVE 2This aims to support the economic and social conversion of areas facing structural difficulties. It is the second highest level of funding available from the EU.

    Areas qualify for Objective 2 under four designations

    Industrial restructuring areas

    Declining rural areas

    Urban areas with social difficulties

    Fishery dependent areas in crisis

    OBJECTIVE 3

    This Objective involves only the European Social Fund and operates anywhere outside Objective 1 areas.

    AIMS

    to develop labour markets and human resources

    to help firms and workers adapt to new working conditions and so compete more effectively in global labour markets

    to help the long-term unemployed and those facing barriers to finding employment because of their disability, racial origin, or sex.

  • The Objective 1 and 2 areas in Europe

  • Community initiatives

    INTERREG III - 4,875 million

    europa.eu.int/comm/regional_policy/interreg3/index_en.htm

    Cross-border, transnational and inter-regional co-operation and the balanced development of the European territory financed through ERDF

    URBAN - 847 million

    europa.eu.int/comm/regional_policy/urban2/index_en.htm

    Economic and social conversion of towns, cities and urban areas in crisis, in order to promote sustainable urban development financed through ERDF

    LEADER Plus - 2,020 million

    europa.eu.int/comm/agriculture/rur/leaderplus/index_en.htm

    Rural development through initiatives financed through EAGGF

    EQUAL - 700 million

    europa.eu.int/comm/employment_social/equal/index_en.html

    Transnational co-operation to promote new means of combating all forms of discrimination and inequality in connection with the labour market financed through ESF

  • Transnational fundsPan-European focusPartners from different countries are essentialDecisions centralised in ECSmall to medium-sized grantsFocus on projects (1-3 years max)

  • Partners

    THE 15 Member States of the EU

    Austria - AT

    Belgium BE

    Denmark DK

    Finland FI

    France FR

    Germany DE

    Greece GR

    Ireland IE

    Italy IT

    Luxembourg LU

    Netherlands NL

    Portugal PT

    Spain ES

    Sweden SE

    United Kingdom UK

    THE 3 EEA/EFTA countries

    Iceland - IE

    Liechtenstein - LI

    Norway - NO

    The 12 Accession countries joining the EU

    Bulgaria -BG

    Cyprus - CY

    Czech Republic - CZ

    Estonia - EE

    Hungary - HU

    Latvia - LV

    Lithuania - LT

    Malta - MT

    Poland - PL

    Slovakia - SK

    Slovenia - SL

    Romania RO

  • Arts and culturePerforming artsvisual artsliterature, music, Cultural heritageBooks and translationCultural cooperationhttp://europa.eu.int/comm/culture/Culture 2000 (approx 34m per year)

  • Audiovisual industriesDevelopment, distribution and promotion of audiovisual work (cinema, TV, multimedia)Training in computer graphics, multimedia etcScript development Marketing, intellectual property law http://europa.eu.int/comm/avpolicy/Media Plus (approx 112.5m per year)

  • Technological researchApplied IST research addressing major societal and economic challengesCommunication, computing and software technologiesComponents & microsystemsKnowledge and interface technologiesFuture and emerging technologies Research networking testbeds http://www.cordis.luThe Sixth Framework (FP6) (approx 17.5 billion: 2003 - 2006)Integrating and strengthening the European research area

  • Digital products and services

    (programmes linked to the 6th Frameworks)

    e - Content Programme

    www.cordis.lu/econtent/

    ( 100 million)

    Focuses on the commercial exploitation of European digital content:

    Improving access to and expanding use of public sector information

    Enhancing content production in a multilingual and multicultural environment

    Increasing dynamism of the digital content market

    Projects can involve art, cultural heritage, libraries and tourism

    TEN-Telecom Programme

    www.cordis.lu/tentelecom/

    ( 276 million)

    To promote the marketing of European digital goods and services in the cultural field in areas of common interest, such as education and culture.

    Provides 50% of the funding for feasibility studies and 10% of the investment to help European organisations through the launch of these services.

  • Education & training in the artsSocrates (approx 370m per year)All levels of educationhttp://europa.eu.int/comm/education/socrates.htmlLeonardo da Vinci (approx 230m per year)Vocational traininghttp://europa.eu.int/comm/education/leonardo/leonardo/nalist2.htmlYouth (approx 14m per year)Vouth exchange on cultural themeshttp://europa.eu.int/comm/education/youth/youthprogram.html

  • Other programmesEuropAidCooperation with non-member countrieshttp://europa.eu.int/comm/europaid/European Investment BankSupport for investment and loanshttp://eib.org

  • Still interested?Now ask yourselves some questions How European is your organisation?What European projects or activities has your organisation undertaken or been involved with?How well do you understand the goals of the European Union - its successes and failures?And then some more.

  • Do you.Have a good project with a strong European dimension?Have the organisational capacity to undertake it? Have a healthy bank balance?Have the time?Have the patience of a saint?

  • then take the next steps Decide what programme is most appropriate for your projectStudy the programme on the EU website or contact the technical support office in your countryAttend the free seminars run by the DGs or the technical support offices in your countryDownload the application form Talk to others who have applied

  • Culture 2000Funding arts and cultural projects in the EU

  • C2K - The basicsEUs only framework programme for cultureReplaced Kaleidescope in 2000134 million 2000 - 2004Annual and multi-annual projects50% match (1 yr),60% match (3 yr)Up to 150K (1 yr), 300K (3 yr)Programme extended until 2006

  • The strengths of C2KThe EUs only programme for trans-European arts and cultural projectsOpportunities for cross-border cultural cooperationParticipation of accession (PECO) countries since 2002Declares a focus on innovation and experimentationHelps to build cultural competences within the CommissionHas created a forum for dialogue and exchange on cultural across 30 countries - the CCPsGood web portal

  • The weaknesses of C2KIncreased bureaucracy, favours large institutional projects over those of smaller cultural operatorsPayment schedule does not recognise the realities of the sectorLack of engagement and dialogue with the sectorLack of support for artistic mobilityLack of support for networksVarying levels of interest from Member StatesUnwillingness of DGEAC to share dataPerception of lack of transparencyUnderfunded

  • C2K The next call2006 call expected May/June 2006 Expected deadline 30/10/06 and 2 weeks later for 2/3 year apps

  • What happens after 2006?The Commission adopted proposals July 04, for the next generation of EU programmes in education, training, culture, youth and the audiovisual sectorTo be approved by the Council of Ministers and the European Parliament by end of 2005. They will run from 2007 to 2013

  • The new programmesIntegrated Action Programme in Lifelong LearningYouth in ActionCulture 2007MEDIA 2007

  • An Integrated Action Programme in Lifelong LearningFocusing on school education (Comenius)Higher education (Erasmus)Vocational training (Leonardo da Vinci) Adult education (Grundtvig), completed by transversal measures and a new programme (Jean Monnet) focusing on European integration

    The proposed budget is 13.62 billion

  • IAPLL programme aimsComenius: To involve at least 5% of EU school pupils in joint educational activities.Erasmus: To provide EU study abroad opportunities for a total of 3 million university students by 2011.Leonardo da Vinci: To increase training placements in enterprises and training centres in another EU country to 150,000 in 2013.Grundtvig: To help 25,000 adult education students benefit from studying abroad in 2013.

  • The new programmes

  • The new programmesIntegrated Action Programme in Lifelong LearningYouth in ActionCulture 2007MEDIA 2007

  • Youth in ActionAims to develop a sense of personal responsibility, initiative, concern for others, citizenship and active involvement at local, national and European level among young people. The programme will also help to improve support systems for youth activities.

    The proposed budget is 915 million.

  • Culture 2007Three objectives offering strong European added value:Transnational mobility for everyone working in the cultural sector in the EUThe transnational circulation of works of art and cultural/artistic productsIntercultural dialogue

    The proposed budget is 408 million

  • MEDIA 2007Training programmes for film and audio-visual sectorPreserving and promoting Europes cultural diversity and cinematic/audiovisual heritage, ensuring public access to this heritage and encouraging dialogue between culturesIncreasing the circulation of European films and other audiovisual productions, both inside and outside the EUStrengthening the commercial performance of the European audiovisual sector in an open and competitive market contextThe proposed budget is 1,055 billion

  • Mik FloodStrategies for art and spacemik@mikflood.com

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