Participation and co-creation through culture in Kortrijk

Co-creation and participatory activities are now integral part of cities’ local cultural policies and are increasingly being implemented. These processes illustrate how art and cultural heritage can be a driver for change in society, how art and cultural heritage have the power to address social issues and challenges; they were the focus of an online peer-learning visit hosted by Kortrijk in April.


How to develop a local cultural environment programme? Learning from the city of Vantaa

Vantaa’s Cultural Environment Programme was presented during an online Cultural heritage in Action peer-learning visit on 22-26 March.


Apply for 4 new online peer learning visits taking place in May and June 2021!

If you work on culture and cultural heritage for a local, regional or national administration, civil society organisation, cultural initiative or project in the EU 27 + UK then this opportunity was made for you.