From April 2015 to April 2018 ‘SouthMed CV – Community Practices around the Public Value of Culture in the Southern Mediterranean’ has supported and coached 38 cultural and innovative projects from Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia that, through and with culture, have contributed to important social aspects: urban development, human rights, gender, cultural diversity, education, environment, etc. You can know what SouthMed CV has meant in the Southern Mediterranean in the link below. SouthMed CV has been co-funded by the EU within the framework of the regional program Med Culture, and implemented by Interarts (leader of the consortium), Spain; BAC Art Center, Tunisia; Gudran for Arts and Development, Egypt; Khayal Arts & Education, Lebanon; the National Centre for Culture & Arts/King Hussein Foundation, Jordan; and the German Commission for UNESCO, Germany.