The EU-Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme ended on February 1, 2018. Over the last three years the Programme has supported the contribution of culture and creativity to the social and economic development of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.

You can read more about the Programme’s results here https://www.culturepartnership.eu/en/article/key-numbers-impact

You can continue benefiting from the Programme’s outcomes and from the EU’s support for the cultural and creative industries across the Eastern Partnership region via the following resources: 

- our online courses, translated handbooks and database remain a popular and unrivalled resource will remain available through the Programme website and Facebook page, which will be managed in future by the British Council in partnership with local cultural organisations 

- the Eastern Partnership Cultural Observatory will continue to monitor cultural policies across the region 

- the EU Neighbours portal seeks to raise awareness, increase knowledge and understanding of the EuropeanUnion’s Neighbourhood Policy and programmes 

We wish you all the best for all your plans and activities.

The EAP C&C Programme Team

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