The European Culture Forum is a biennial flagship event organised by the European Commission to raise the profile of European cultural cooperation, to bring together cultural sectors' key players and to debate on EU culture policy and initiatives.
The event will take place in Milan and cover questions such as can culture help to tackle European and global challenges? Does cultural heritage matter to Europeans? How can culture in cities and regions help to shape more cohesive and inclusive societies?
The 2017 edition will also mark the official launch of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, the thematic EU year devoted to our common cultural assets and all their aspects.
The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 will be an unprecedented year of events and celebrations related to cultural heritage, which is the fabric of our lives and societies. It surrounds us in the buildings of our towns and cities and is expressed through natural landscapes and archaeological sites. It is not only made up of literature, art and objects but also by the crafts we learn, the stories we tell, the food we eat and the films we watch. Cultural heritage brings communities together and builds shared understandings of the places we live in. The digital world too, is transforming the way we access heritage.
The kick-off meeting of FINCH project has been organised in Turin, the 3rd and 4th of July 2018.
A day of networking and knowledge sharing during the Berlin Cultural Heritage Summit
Working on provision of public services and ICT? Share your views and contribute to a survey on the digitalization of public services in European cities.
Sustainability and cultural heritage: is this the only way forward?
The URBACT City Festival celebrates the rising influence of cities as leading actors of change in Lisbon on 13-14 September 2018.
The 16th #EURegionsWeek will take place 8-11 October 2018 with a headline 'For a strong EU Cohesion Policy beyond 2020'. Join the discussions and be part of it!