The programme is also supposed to provide practical tools and guidelines for participants, developed by EU sectoral experts. As a result of the events, a handbook with practical recommendations will be developed. The handbook is to include best cases of international cultural cooperation in the Covid-19 times from Ukraine and EU, practical recommendations and description of formats to be used in international cultural relations in the post-Covid-19 times, and the mapping of EU professional networks by sector and purpose.
The Alteration programme is supported via the Cultural Relations Platform (CRP). CRP is an EU-funded project launched in April 2020, designed to support the European Union to engage in international cultural relations. It provides a renewed approach based on a set of shared principles, and new activities, aiming to promote and facilitate sustainable cultural exchanges, people-to-people activities, and co-creation processes between Europeans and citizens from countries all over the world.
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