- intercultural dialogue
- social cohesion
- democratic engagement
- Staff members of cultural organisations get the opportunity to discover their individual strengths/potential and gain insight into ways of contributing to the success of their organisation. They acquire a new perspective on various ongoing projects and on connnecting with audiences involved.
- Directors of cultural organisations learn to detect needs, and find a means to connect with policymakers
- Authorities and organisations gain access to sustainable urban waterfront projects, including detailed information and processes
Cultural organisations need to join forces when facing current social challenges. Being able to share and learn from peers in the same working field throughout Europe can strengthen the professionalism of its staff members. On a European and global level strong teamwork, connecting competences, and sharing responsibilities and workload are factors that contribute to citizen education and intercultural dialogue.
The project starts in September 2018 and ends in June 2021.