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21 September 2022, 13:09

The European Council recognised on 23 June 2022 the European perspective of Ukraine considering that its future, and that of its citizens, lies within the European Union. 

As a result, the European Council decided to grant the status of candidate country to Ukraine. In light of the dramatic situation in Ukraine, Creative Europe stands for promoting the key value of culture and creativity in building inclusive and cohesive societies founded on the European values of respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and the respect for human rights. 

Therefore, Creative Europe will provide support in 2023 to Ukrainian artists and cultural operators as well as to Ukrainian cultural and creative organisations in these extremely challenging times. It will also support actions aimed at safeguarding or rescuing cultural heritage in Ukraine. 

The objective of the special call is to help the Ukrainian cultural and creative organisations, as well as artists and professionals to address the following challenges in the short and medium term: 

Objective 1 – short term

  • support Ukrainian artists and cultural organisations to create and showcase their art and works in Ukraine and in Creative Europe participating countries
  • help Ukrainians displaced by the war, in particular children, in Ukraine or Creative Europe participating countries, have access to culture and/or facilitate their integration into their new communities through culture. In this context, adequate attention should be given to the consequences which the war inflicted on mental health4 . 

Objective 2 – medium term

  • prepare the post-war recovery of the Ukrainian cultural sectors through needs assessments, capacity building and investment planning 
  • prepare and train Ukrainian cultural heritage professionals with regard to the protection of Ukrainian cultural heritage from risks. 

Support will be given to three projects, as indicated below:  

Max EUR 2 000 000 to address objective 1.a: support Ukrainian artists and cultural organisations to create and showcase their art and works. Proposals addressing this objective should demonstrate through adequate experience a good capacity to finance a large number of small projects through cascading grants, as explained below.  

Max EUR 2 000 000 to address objective 1.b: help through culture Ukrainians displaced by the war, in particular children, in Ukraine or Creative Europe participating countries to have access to culture and/or facilitate their reciprocal integration into their new communities through culture. Proposals addressing this objective should demonstrate through adequate experience a good capacity to finance a large number of small projects through cascading grants, as explained below.  

Max EUR 1 000 000 to address objective 2 – medium term (including both 2.a - post-war recovery of the Ukrainian cultural sectors and 2.b - prepare and train Ukrainian cultural heritage professionals).

Deadline: 29 November 2022

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