50 ideas to foster, to challenge undemocratic practices and to amplify voices that are excluded from public debate | 50 ideeën die ondemocratische praktijken uitdagen en een stem geven aan hen die normaal ongehoord blijven Read More
Façonner les sociétés par la culture. Read More
Lors de la Journée de l’Europe (9 mai), la Fondation Européenne de la Culture remettra à quatre lauréats exceptionnels le Prix Princesse Margriet pour la Culture 2017 : l’écrivaine et journaliste Aslı Erdoğan (Istanbul), l’écrivain et intellectuel Navid Kermani (Cologne), le musicien Luc Mishalle (Bruxelles), et l’artiste visuelle Marina Naprushkina (Berlin).
With its focus on “Moving Communities”, the 2017 Idea Camp follows an open call for daring ideas to build societies with greater equality, sustainability and solidarity, and a stronger sense of social justice. Download the Moving Communities booklet, presenting all participants to the Idea Camp 2017, including the Idea Feeders, Facilitators & Digital storytellers, and local organisations and collectives in Madrid. Read More
A team of four Digital Storytellers will be on hand at the Idea Camp, capturing insights from the encounter and translating these into narratives of all types: data visualisation, written content and audio-visual materials. Their role will be to record meaningful data and to coax unforeseen answers from the Idea Makers to bring back home. Read More
For the 2017 Idea Camp, the Idea Camp team has drawn on the rich social fabric of the city of Madrid, working hand in hand with local organisations and collectives on the ground not just to plan the programme for this year’s Idea Camp but also to design the space for the event and to shape the communications around it. We are delighted that 2017 Idea Makers will have the chance to meet some of these inspiring local organisations and collectives, to exchange experiences with them and to share the visions and challenges that inform their work. Read More
The Facilitators are representatives of the Connected Action for the Commons Hubs and will, throughout the three days, offer their support to the Idea Makers, the Idea Feeders and Digital Storytellers, ensuring an open and inclusive environment where ideas can blossom. Read More
Idea Feeders are professionals interested in collective learning, who have been invited to share their expertise and knowledge around this year's theme "Moving Communities". They will support the 50 Idea Makers throughout the three-day programme by offering feedback on their ideas. Read More
Cultuur maakt het verschil. Read More
Op Europadag (9 mei) zal de European Cultural Foundation vier laureaten onderscheiden met de ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture 2017: schrijfster en journaliste Aslı Erdoğan (Istanbul), schrijver en wetenschapper Navid Kermani (Keulen), musicus Luc Mishalle (Brussel), en beeldend kunstenaar Marina Naprushkina (Berlijn).
Geleceğin toplumunu kültür şekillendirir. Read More
Avrupa’nın içinden geçtiği bu çalkantılı zamanlarda, Avrupa Kültür Vakfı (European Cultural Foundation – ECF), 2017 ECF Prenses Margriet Kültür Ödülü’nü ilk kez, başarılarıyla öne çıkan dört isme vermeyi kararlaştırdı: gazeteci-yazar Aslı Erdoğan (Türkiye), akademisyen-yazar Navid Kermani (Almanya), müzisyen Luc Mishalle (Belçika) ve görsel sanatçı Marina Napruşkina (Almanya).
Shaping societies through culture. On Europe Day (9 May) the European Cultural Foundation will present four outstanding laureates with the 2017 ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture: writer and journalist Aslı Erdoğan (Turkey), writer and scholar Navid Kermani (Germany), musician Luc Mishalle (Belgium), and visual artist Marina Naprushkina (Germany). Read More
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). Read More
Idea Camp R&D grantee Laura Pana's Migrationlab social impact 2016 report is now available online. You can find out how they improved the social relationships between migrant, refugee and local communities in The Netherlands; what were the challenges they faced and what they learned along the way. Read More