This is a group of professional design and advertising associations from around Europe. It exists to foster and reward excellence and to showcase European creativity as a whole. The network includes members from Ukraine.
It is an international network for arts and business. The network is a valuable resource for academics, students, researchers, regional and national authorities, business people and journalists.
The AEC is a European cultural and educational network with over 300 member institutions for professional music training in 57 countries.
The ACT Exchange is a not-for-profit organization empowering creative individuals and communities to develop their cultural assets and showcase their locally produced creativity at home and around the world. The ACT also acts as an intermediary, connecting cultural producers and institutions with development resources in order to foster the cooperative spirit of inspiration and imagination. The ACT Exchange empowers European and global cultural diversity and creativity and promotes European and international cooperation, in keeping with the Council of Europe’s values of human rights, democracy, and the rule of law.
LIBER is aimed at encouraging and developing a strong network of research libraries across Europe and in fostering positive co-operation among European research libraries. The network includes members from Armenia.
BJCEM is an international network of 58 members from 17 countries that aims to create opportunities for young artists to produce and showcase their works and to support mobility and learning process.
BEDA communicates the value of design and innovation to the European economy with the intention of improving professional design practice and maturing the sector. It also promotes the value of design and innovation to European culture, economy, environment, society and governance. BEDA boasts 47 members from 27 member states in Europe, representing some 400,000 designers from industrial design and interiors to digital design and branding.
It is a platform to meet, exchange, and develop projects; an international forum to meet and reflect on the sustainable development of circus and street arts.
The CORDIS Partner Service from the European Commission is an interactive platform with different tools to promote your expertise and to find the right partners. At this page related to Horizon 2020 framework programme you can find useful information and contacts to build your network by browsing profiles of potential partner institutions and partnership requests – both proposals of projects and offers of collaboration.
The confederation unites 230 member societies from 120 countries. CISAC represent more than 3 million creators from music, audiovisual, drama, literature and visual arts. It aims at advocating for the protection of authors’ rights/copyright. The network includes members from Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
The Creative Europe Desks serve as gateway to accessing the EU Creative Europe Programme. Activities of the Creative Europe Desks include networking support to facilitate contact between cultural operators in different countries and partner finding assistance. Among Eastern Partnership countries, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine have been established national Creative Europe Desks.
Culture Action Europe is an organisation aiming to promote culture, to disseminate information on European policies and legislation that have an impact on the cultural development of European societies, and to exchange, convey, and publish ideas and debates on European policies. There are members from Ukraine in the network.
It is a new series of online resources by the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) on the culture and creative industries, digitalisation of arts and humanities and cultural mobility in Asia and Europe. The main goals of the E-connector are to: provide a clear inventory of existing resources related to cultural and creative industries, digitalisation of arts and humanities and cultural mobility; show the diversity of initiatives from networks to projects, magazines and platforms; identify key resources that facilitate access to information within the art and cultural sector; inspire artists, creators and other cultural stakeholders by sharing resources and free information through platforms and tools that encourage capacity building projects, for instance, to nurture creative entrepreneurship. It helps finding peers through networks, alliances and joint initiatives and gives a space for fresh ideas of young and mid-career entrepreneurs.
The Forum was launched in 2009 as a multi-layered regional civil society platform aimed at promoting European integration, facilitating reforms and democratic transformations, as well as strengthening civil society in EaP countries. The work of its Sub-group Culture of the Working Group “Contacts between People” is dedicated to the variety of issues: from addressing common understanding and sharing of values or promoting information on funding opportunities to contributing to development of national cultural policies.
The Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) is a business-support network of 600 member organisations in 50 countries that aims to facilitate transnational business-business and business-academia innovation partnerships. It publishes technology profiles to help identify suitable partners. The EEN database offers not only business or innovation cooperation, profiles but also partner search requests to complete a consortium.
National Erasmus+ Offices assist the European Commission and local authorities in the implementation of Erasmus+ in certain Partner Countries. That includes providing information on the programme, monitoring and evaluating funded projects, assisting applicants and participants, supporting policy dialogue and maintaining contact with local authorities and EU Delegations. These offices can also serve as tools for partnership search. All six EaP countries have established these offices.
Ideal-Ist is an international ICT network, with more than 70 partners from EU and non-EU countries including Eastern Partnership. Its web-portal is a leading source for EU Horizon 2020. Here you can use tools for open partner searches and publish your ICT project in search for partners and finance.
EUPARTNERSEARCH is a free service to foster the exchange of ideas and partnership aiming the improvement of collaboration among European entities as well as the development of new practice for training and education. It is based on Erasmus+ calls and will include in future more opportunities. It is managed by VETQI consortium, a group of Italian Vocational Education Entities with experience in managing and promoting European projects and not connected with Erasmus+ plus National Agencies or EACEA.