We are very happy to announce the 50 selected participants for the Idea Camp 2017, which will take place in Madrid from 1 to 3 March 2017. Co-produced with our Connected Action for the Commons hub Platoniq and the City of Madrid, next year’s Idea Camp focuses on the theme “Moving Communities”.
You can find out more about these inspiring Idea Makers in our featured people. We will share more about their ideas as well as about the Idea Camp programme as we get closer to the event. We're looking forward to meeting them all in Madrid in March. Read more.
Tandem Europe is ECF's programme for cultural managers (ran by our partner MitOst) who are working on creative solutions that make social innovation possible throughout the EU.
From 24-28 January, the Tandem Europe participants will come together in Athens for their final meeting themed “Co-creating Europe in 24 cities”. Visit the Tandem website to see the programme, which includes parts open to the public, and for more stories. Also follow the Tandem Facebook page to find out more about this and other Tandem collaborations.
from our library
ECF is delighted to announce the publication of Governing Heritage Dissonance: Promises and Realities of Selected Cultural Policies – a pioneering study by Višnja Kisić, winner of the 2013 Cultural Policy Research Award (CPRA). Drawing on illuminating case studies from South East Europe, Kisić connects heritage studies and cultural policies with issues of difference, conflict and reconciliation, prompting us to rethink how we approach the past and deal with diversities between cultures, nations and generations at a time of increasing fragmentation across Europe. Her timely analysis suggests ways of approaching our common heritage that could open up avenues to a better design for Europe’s common future. You can order a hard copy by completing our online form, or you can download a PDF from our Library.