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[Nettime-ro] FW: STEP-new mobility fund of ECF
Oana Mateescu on Mon, 24 Feb 2003 15:02:08 +0100 (CET)


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[Nettime-ro] FW: STEP-new mobility fund of ECF






S.T.E.P. beyond: the ECF's new Mobility Scheme
  Encouraging cross-border cultural cooperation and exchange between the
current European Union, the countries joining the EU in 2004, and the
future EU's eastern neighbours. Our new mobility scheme launched in
February 2003 offers grants to individuals to contribute to this goal.
What kind of initiatives does the European Cultural Foundation support?
The new ECF mobility fund, S.T.E.P. beyond (Supporting Travel for European
Projects), is a vital part of its action line Enlargement of Minds, which
tackles the cultural challenges presented by EU enlargement. By
contributing to certain costs, it supports initiatives that help to
prepare cross-border projects in the field of culture and the arts. It
allows the individuals/cultural partners involved to establish real
cooperation and possibly enter a long-term partnership.  GUIDELINES  What
costs are covered?  The S.T.E.P. beyond fund will make a contribution to
the travel costs, visa costs, and in certain cases the accommodati! on
costs of those awarded a grant.  Who can apply?  Professional Artists
Cultural operators Cultural journalists Cultural translators Cultural
researchers  What countries can you travel to or from and for what
purpose?  The countries involved are those currently in the European
Union, the countries joining in 2004, and twelve countries that will not
be joining the EU then. These countries are specified below. The fifteen
EU countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,
Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden,
United Kingdom. The ten acceding countries: Cyprus, Czech Republic,
Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia.
The non or not-yet acceding countries: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia, Bulgaria,
Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine.
The Fund will consider applications which encourage one of the following:
EXPLORATION, COOPERATION, or NETWORKING (please indica! te the relevant
category in your application form).  For more!
 info please check the internet at
<http://www.eurocult.org/chapter4/advocating.asp?id=39> or contact Lieke
Schuitmaker, Co-ordinator: lschuitmaker {AT} eurocult.org
<mailto:lschuitmaker {AT} eurocult.org>.



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