EU response

Οfficial EU announcements regarding the CCIs

How the EU responds to the coronavirus outbreak in support of the cultural and creative sectors

The European Commission, to complement and support Member States’ actions, has taken a set of measures to tackle the consequences of the novel coronavirus outbreak on the cultural and creative sectors.

Coronavirus: How it affects the Creative Europe Programme

This page is for artists, organisations who are beneficiaries, and other participants in the Creative Europe Programme.

Europe’s moment: Repair and prepare for the next generation

To ensure the recovery is sustainable, even, inclusive and fair for all Member States, the European Commission is proposing to create a new recovery instrument, Next Generation EU, embedded within a powerful, modern and revamped long-term EU budget.

European web conference

A European web conference on the value and use of 3D digital cultural heritage for resilience, recovery and sustainability.

Speech by President von der Leyen at the European Parliament Plenary

A speech on the new MFF, own resources and the Recovery Plan.

Culture Committee chair Verheyen calls for doubling money for Creative Europe

With a view to the new 2021-2027EU long-term budget (MFF) proposal, Sabine Verheyen (EPP, DE), chair of EP Committee for Culture and Education, said the following.

Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs

The Commission’s top priorities are safeguarding the health and wellbeing of the citizens and using all available tools to mitigate the socio-economic consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak.

The effects of COVID19 on cultural & creative sectors and cities’ response

An EUSurvey

COVID-19: Save European culture and values, MEPs tell Commission

Rebuilding the hard-hit cultural and media sectors in post-COVID-19 Europe must be a major objective in the EU’s recovery plan, MEPs said in a debate …