Master the presentation of your research paper

The main reasons to present your research is to inform the audience what your research is about, what is its uniqueness and to motivate them to give you feedback so that you can improve further.  There are a lot of … Read More

Culture and the EU Structural Funds

In the framework of the design and negotiation of the EU’s Cohesion Policy and the Operational Programmes for the funding period 2014-20, the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Education and Culture asked the European Expert Network on Culture (EENC) to prepare … Read More

Cultural participation in education and lifelong learning:

A catalyst for personal advancement, community development, social change and economic growth Context and rationale: culture, education and lifelong learning The Access to Culture Platform is a channel for cultural stakeholders to provide concrete input and practice-based policy recommendations to … Read More

Mobility Matters: Programs and Schemes to Support the Mobility of Artists and Other Cultural Professionals

Sometimes we have to go back to a great research we have done in the past with joined efforts and in a collaborative manner. This helps us to see how we change, advance and improve. It also assists us to … Read More

Immigration policies, governance of ethnic minorities and multiculturalism: A snapshot interview with Miikka Pyykkönen

Miikka Pyykkönen has worked at the department of social sciences and philosophy in University of Jyväskylä Finland since 2000. He is specialized in politics of cultural diversity and multiculturalism, civil society, Foucauldian methodology and analytics of power, governance of ethnic … Read More

“Culture Forecast”: Academics, policy-makers, artists and students addressed the Future in Helsinki

ENCATC, the leading European network on cultural management and cultural policy education, held its 19th Annual Conference and General Assembly on 12 -14 October 2011 in Helsinki, Finland. Co organized by five Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences (HUMAK, Metropolia, Novia, … Read More

Cultural workers in between the local creative industries and global trends: Jaka Primorac shares

Jaka Primorac works as a Research Fellow at the Department for Culture and Communication at the Institute for International Relations in Zagreb, Croatia. She holds a PhD in Sociology from Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Zagreb. Her … Read More

Dissonant cultural heritage: a modern and complex research area: A short Talk with Daniela Simeonova-Koroudjieva

Daniela Simeonova-Koroudjieva is a PhD student in Cultural Heritage at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” and at the same time she practices as an attorney-at-law at Sofia Bar Association. Daniela obtains Master in Law from Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. … Read More

Young cultural policy research forum online: stay connected, inspired and updated: a snapshot interview with Forum moderator Lidia Varbanova

Read the interview also on ENCATC website: http://www.encatc.org/pages/fi​leadmin/user_upload/Newsletter​s/ENCATC_NEWSLETTER_2011_6_DIG​EST.pdf Dr. Lidia Varbanova has over 20 years of professional experience as a consultant, researcher and lecturer in more than 50 countries. Her portfolio covers subjects as diverse as strategy, management, entrepreneurship, marketing, fundraising, … Read More

Panorama: Inventory of Resources on Intercultural Dialogue

Panorama is a resource offered by the Platform for Intercultural Europe, which was initiated in 2006 (as the Civil Society Platform for Intercultural Dialogue) by Culture Action Europe and the European Cultural Foundation (ECF), with the support of the Network … Read More