Study Tours to Denmark or Greece
Culture Bridges is organising two one-week Study Tours to Denmark or Greece for group of professionals from the culture and the creative industries sector who represent Ukraine based organisations that intend to apply for the Creative Europe programme in the 2019 application round, and are looking to establish and / or develop relationships with potential or confirmed partners based in the EU.
Schedule of the Study Tours
17 to 21 June 2019
20 to 24 June 2019
The objectives of the Study Tour are
Raising awareness of opportunities offered by the Creative Europe programme
Project / application development
Strengthening links between cultural operators in Ukraine and the EU member states
Eligible applicants are:
Government-funded state cultural institutes
Private and commercial cultural operators
Non-governmental organisations, engaged in the field of culture and creative sectors
The detailed plan of Study Tour will be designed depending on the needs and expectations of the selected participants.

The language of the Study Tour will be English.

The Programme will select 7 participants for each Study Tour among all applications and will cover their international travel costs, meals and accommodation in Denmark or Greece.

Deadline for submitting your applications is 18 March 2019.

All applicants will be notified on the results via email on 27 March 2019.
Study Tour organizers
Danish Cultural Institute (Denmark)
In cooperation with partners, DCI develops international culture and societal events, projects and people to people contacts, that can provide mutual value and inspiration.
This is done by focusing on arts, culture and society within a prioritised numbers of themes: children and youth, education, science, welfare and sustainability. DCI also focuses on developing new ways of cooperation, which stimulate innovation and co-creation. In their activities they always try to create opportunities for intercultural relations, understanding, sustainable growth and development.

NGO Plegma (Greece)
NGO Plegma's mission involves the planning and implementation of cultural actions, accessible to all members of the population, with no age, educational, geographical, racial or religious restrictions, thus supporting and reinforcing cultural policy at a local and country-wide level.
Their goal is to engage the public, enabling citizens to become actively involved in cultural events, while cultivating a spirit of collaboration, forming cultural networks, exchanging know-how and providing continuous training to cultural managers.
To learn more on Creative Europe programme don't miss the online course.
The project is funded by the European Union