The Goethe-Institut strengthens the European integration process and conveys the cultural diversity of Europe as well as Germany's contribution to it. It works in and for Europe. It advocates a common European cultural space based on cultural diversity and autonomy. At the same time, the Goethe-Institut reflects on "Europe" as a topic both within and outside the borders of the European Union. Here we present you our projects.
Culture Moves Europe is the new mobility action funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and implemented by the Goethe-Institut. Based on the successful pilot phase i-Portunus, Culture Moves Europe supports the mobility of artists, creators and cultural professionals among all countries participating in Creative Europe and will run until July 2025.
Europe and the Arab world have a long and rich history of cultural, economic, commercial and political exchanges and partnerships and are two rapidly changing world regions. Serving as a bridge between both regions, the project “EU-LAS (League of Arab States) CULTURE” will be implemented by the Goethe-Institut together with BOZAR - Centre for Fine Arts Brussels in 2021-2022 in light of the EU-LAS Summit in Europe scheduled for the end of 2022.
In an increasingly globalized world, the European Commission seeks to promote the role and importance of culture, including within the EU. With the project The Voice of Culture, the European Commission therefore wants to improve the communication between civil society actors and political decision-makers in the field of culture.
The culture and creative sectors perform various tasks for the economy and society. However, there are still structural problems which are holding these sectors back from achieving their full growth potential. The Creative FLIP project – co-funded by the European Union – is aiming to resolve this situation. Its main objective is to establish constructive and sustainable framework conditions in the fields of finance, learning, innovation and patenting for the cultural and creative sectors in Europe.
Support to EU Film Festivals is a project initiated by the European Union and implemented by Cineuropa.org, Institut français and Goethe-Institut. The goal is to support the creation and enhance the quality of EU Film Festivals organized by the EU delegations worldwide outside of Europe.