Through its programmes, based on the specific conditions of its worldwide locations, the Goethe-Institut contributes to the creation of independent and sustainable production structures, and promotes cultural (co-)productions and the networking of creative people in and between its partner countries and with Germany. In doing so, it qualifies cultural workers and entrepreneurs in the cultural and creative industries and contributes to their internationalisation, helps to create new employment opportunities and opens up access to culture and education. Of particular importance for the Goethe-Institut's work is the potential that the cultural and creative industries offer for the shaping of social change and creative processes.
The sustainable expansion and promotion of the cultural and creative industries in Kenya is strengthened by means of integrative educational and promotional offers, e.g. for the qualification and development of different business models.
Creative FLIP - Finance, Learning, Innovation and Patenting is an EU co-funded pilot project whose main objective is to promote sound and sustainable ecosystems for the cultural and creative industries in relation to these four key policy areas.
With fourteen partners from eight countries, the Baltic Sea Region focuses on internationalisation and transnational networking of the cultural and creative sector for knowledge-based and innovative economic development.
Guided by mentors, Hubbers will acquire the necessary knowledge and tools for the development of their creative company in a seven-month training course: from the concept to market research to implementation.
A nine-month advanced training programme in the fields of the music industry, live sound technology and a salon for music-enthusiastic journalists brings the Senegalese music scene together with national and international experts.
Creating, creating, developing together - young designers and creative entrepreneurs in Jordan are supported by various learning opportunities to build networks, establish cooperation and become creative together.
With its KHAN AL FAN project, the Goethe-Institut Iraq is promoting the emerging market of cultural and creative industries, the entrepreneurial and political perception of the sector, and the development of employment prospects in Iraq.
The CEP project aims to coordinate the CCI through networking and creating possibilities for the visibility of the Industry, as well as for the CCI ecosystem to recognise each other and the work the various parts are doing to further develop the industry.