Creative Europe 2021-2027: Comparative Table

 

Creative Europe 2021-2027

Creative Europe’s objective 2017-2020

General Objectives
  1. to promote European cooperation on cultural and linguistic diversity and heritage.
  2. to increase the competitiveness of the cultural and creative sectors, in particular the audiovisual sector.
  1. to safeguard, develop and promote European cultural and linguistic diversity and to promote Europe’s cultural heritage.
  2. to strengthen the competitiveness of the European cultural and creative sectors, in particular of the audiovisual sector, with a view to promoting smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.
Specific Objectives
  1. enhancing the economic, social and external dimension of European level cooperation to develop and promote European cultural diversity and Europe’s cultural heritage and strengthening the competitiveness of the European cultural and creative sectors and reinforcing international cultural relations
  2. promoting the competitiveness and scalability of the European audiovisual industry.
  3. promoting policy cooperation and innovative actions supporting all strands of the programme, including the promotion of a diverse and pluralistic media environment, media literacy and social inclusion.
  1. to support the capacity of the European cultural and creative sectors to operate transnationally and internationally
  2. to promote the transnational circulation of cultural and creative works and transnational mobility of cultural and creative players, in particular artists, as well as to reach new and enlarged audiences and improve access to cultural and creative works in the Union and beyond, with a particular focus on children, young people, people with disabilities and under-represented groups
  3. to strengthen the financial capacity of SMEs and micro, small and medium-sized organisations in the cultural and creative sectors in a sustainable way, while endeavouring to ensure a balanced geographical coverage and sector representation
  4. to foster policy development, innovation, creativity, audience development and new business and management models through support for transnational policy cooperation
Priorities Culture Strand (prior sub programme)
  1. to strengthen the cross-border dimension and circulation of European cultural and creative operators and works;
  2. to increase cultural participation across Europe;
  3. to promote societal resilience and social inclusion through culture and cultural heritage;
  4. to enhance the capacity of European cultural and creative sectors to prosper and to generate jobs and growth;
  5. to strengthen European identity and values through cultural awareness, arts education and culture-based creativity in education;
  6. to promote international capacity building of European cultural and creative sectors to be active at the international level;
  7. to contribute to the Union’s global strategy for international relations through cultural diplomacy.

 

  1. The priorities in the field of reinforcing the cultural and creative sectors’ capacity to operate transnationally shall be the following:
  • supporting actions providing cultural and creative players with skills, competences and know-how that contribute to strengthening the cultural and creative sectors, including encouraging adaptation to digital technologies, testing innovative approaches to audience development and testing new business and management models;
  • supporting actions enabling cultural and creative players to cooperate internationally and to internationalise their careers and activities in the Union and beyond, where possible on the basis of long-term strategies;
  • providing support to strengthen European cultural and creative organisations and international networking in order to facilitate access to professional opportunities.
  1. The priorities in the field of promoting transnational circulation and mobility shall be the following:
  • supporting international touring, events, exhibitions and festivals;
  • supporting the circulation of European literature with a view to ensuring its widest possible accessibility;
  • supporting audience development as a means of stimulating interest in, and improving access to, European cultural and creative works and tangible and intangible cultural heritage.
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