The ‘Capacity Building for European Capitals of Culture’ project was initiated by the European Commission to support capacity building and peer-learning activities for ECOCs. The project started in October 2019 and will run for 30 months. It aims at supporting ECOCs through a wide range of activities, which include:
- Mapping the capacity building needs of present and future ECOC delivery teams;
- Building a multi-disciplinary EU-wide expertise pool to address the capacity needs identified;
- Organising ECOC Academy Camps, and
- Delivering Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and webinars, with the development of further toolkits and training material.
These activities aim to provide ECOCs with practical support where skill gaps have been identified, with a robust technical assistance structure, a set of tools, materials, practical and theoretical expertise and knowledge while enhancing networking opportunities for the ECOC delivery teams.
Our consortium brings together key European organisations representing the cultural sectors across the European Union, led by a long-standing not-for-profit organisation that has coordinated international projects for over 30 years. It therefore combines the necessary thematic knowledge and experience in the management of EU funded multi-partner projects.
Call for experts:
A Call for Experts will be opened for professionals interested in and available to join our pool of experts. Experts from different geographical locations and fields of expertise will be invited to apply on the Capacity Building for ECOCs website to be launched in early 2020.
United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) – Subcontractor