The summer/fall autumn course ‘Cultural Policy(ies) in Europe with the challenges of integration: citizen participation, active citizenship and European identity’ took place in Yuste Monastery, Cáceres (Spain) from 5 to 7 October. Organised by the Yuste European Academy Foundation in conjunction with ‘A Soul for Europe’, the course focused on presenting good practices where culture is an axis that facilitates European integration, citizen participation and democratic development in Europe. Interarts was one of the cases described. Director Mercedes Giovinazzo talked about the past and current projects of the Barcelona-based organisation, in addition to lessons learned from unsuccessful efforts by the European cultural sector to make culture one of the Agenda 2030 objectives. The videos are now available on the following links.