Another Europe: the Book

Since our beginnings in the 1950s, ECF has been pursuing the idea of a Europe that goes beyond historical, cultural and political borders and proposes new ways of doing things. The Europe ECF imagines extends well beyond the EU, embracing the countries that touch our borders to the east and to the south. These guiding principles run through the pages of our new publication Another Europe, which brings together a treasure trove of insights and experiences from partners and participants working with us in the European Neighbourhood over the past 15 years. 

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Arts Management in Turbulent Times

Arts Management in Turbulent Times - Adaptable Quality Management, written by Milena Dragicevic Šesic and Sanjin Dragojevica, is a practical guide on Arts Management in regions in transition. Published in 2005, it is an important source for arts managers, cultural operators, cultural policy makers and others working in the field.

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Local Cultural Policies Handbook – Steps, Tools and Case studies

This publication pulls together new methodological tools and diverse practical experiences from civic participation in local cultural policy development from across Turkey. 

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Four reports of the Eastern European Reflection Group

The European Cultural Foundation and The German Marshall Fund of the United States underwent a process of cooperation with the aim of supporting the capacity of cultural actors to be effective agents of change in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. You can read all the reports resulting from this partnership. 

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Visions of Cultural Policy in the Kaliningrad Region

Visions of Cultural Policy in the Kaliningrad Region, published by Tranzit (Agency for the Support of Cultural Initiatives), Kaliningrad and the Kaliningrad branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts in 2006. Download here.

On the Road to a Cultural Policy for Europe

On the Road to a Cultural Policy for Europe argues for the urgency of making culture the basis of European integration and stimulating genuine cross-border cultural cooperation.

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