The Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) have been recognised by the EU and integrated into its policy documents and programmes for more than a decade. This report provides a bird’s-eye view of the cultural and creative industries sector in the six countries of the EU-Eastern Partnership: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, but most importantly, it provides country-specific view on challenges and tailored recommendations for Armenia’s CCIs.
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The Slovak theatre festival Divadelná Nitra has been taking place for the 24th year now not in the capital but in the small town of Nitra (the fifth-largest city of Slovakia, located in the western part of the country—author’s note). Despite this, it is w
The EU-Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme commissioned baseline research on EaP organisations membership to 30 selected European networks representing the culture and creative sector in 2015 (see full report below)