Consultation outcome

Consultation on the European Commission's proposal for a Creative Europe programme

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

Responses to the Consultation on the European Commission’s proposal for a Creative Europe programme

Original consultation

This consultation ran from 15 December 2011 12:00am to
16 March 2012 11:45pm

Summary

We want your views on the European Commission’s proposal for a new “Creative Europe” programme 2014-2020.

Documents

Consultation on the European Commission's proposal for a Creative Europe programme

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Consultation on the European Commission's proposal for a Creative Europe programme

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Commission proposal

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Consultation description

Creative Europe is an EU programme dedicated to the cultural and creative sectors, proposed by the European Commission on 23 November 2011. The programme will replace the current Culture, MEDIA and MEDIA Mundus programmes which expire at the end of 2013.

Europe needs to invest more in its cultural and creative sectors because they significantly contribute to economic growth, employment, innovation and social cohesion. Creative Europe will safeguard and promote cultural and linguistic diversity and strengthen the competitiveness of the cultural and creative sectors.

You can read about the European Commission’s proposal for a Creative Europe programme on the Commission’s website.

You can view responses and a summary of responses on the Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s archived website.