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Application Workshop for Creative Europe Cooperation Projects - Edinburgh
Wed 14 September 2016, 11:00 – 15:00 BST
A free workshop aimed at organisations applying for Creative Europe's Cooperation Projects funding opportunity in October 2016
Join us for a step-by-step guide through the application writing process ahead of application deadline for Creative Europe's Cooperation Projects. The workshop is primarily for organisations applying to this funding opportunity as project lead, but can also be useful to those applying as a partner.
Kate Deans from Creative Europe Desk UK-Scotland will offer support and guidance around the technical and content requirements for a successful application.
The workshop will also feature advice from Fiona Ferguson from Imaginate, which leads Cooperation Project PUSH, who will share her experiences of putting together a successful application
To make the most of this session we advise that you have the following in place:
1. Your partners
Your eligible partners confirmed and registered on the Participant Portal:
Have they been legally established for a minimum of two years?
Do they have demonstrable experience and expertise in the cultural and/or creative sector?
Are they from an eligible country?
2. A clear idea of your Cooperation Project's theme, planned activities and outcomes:
Does it respond to Creative Europe's priorities?
Have all the partners agreed on the proposal and discussed roles, responsibilities and resources?
The workshop will only make sense for those organisations who are planning to put in an application. If you are new to Creative Europe, please attend one of our information seminars. For more information about how to prepare for application please read:
'How you can apply' on Creative Europe Desk UK's website
'How to apply' on the official Cooperation Projects call, when it is published three months ahead of the deadline (Review the previous Cooperation Projects call for background prior to this)
Contact us if you have any further questions.
Coffee, tea, and a light lunch will be provided.
If you have registered and are unable to attend, please let us know in advance so that we can reallocate your ticket.
Creative Europe Desk UK - Scotland is in partnership with Creative Scotland
Creative Europe Desk UK is led by the British Council and the British Film Institute, and with support from the UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the European Commission.