Posted on February 25, 2022
The first pillar of the CREACT4MED project is a comprehensive mapping exercise of the CCI ecosystem in 8 Southern Mediterranean Countries: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia. The aim of this exercise is to identify the key figures, actors, initiatives, cultural infrastructures, opportunities and threats in each of the territories, with a view to uncovering and raising awareness of unexploited entrepreneurship and employment opportunities and developing appropriate support initiatives and policy recommendations.
As part of this activity, CREACT4MED is launching a call for nominations of Best Practice (BP) examples in cultural and creative entrepreneurship, ecosystem enablement and local and regional cooperation in the southern Mediterranean.
Objectives of the call
The overall objective of this call is to identify, engage with and promote examples of Best Practice (BP) that have the potential to boost CCI entrepreneurship and enhance sustainable and inclusive growth in the Mediterranean region.
The specific objectives of the call are:
1. To identify examples of BP in terms of cultural and creative entrepreneurship, ecosystem enablement and local and regional cooperation in the Southern Mediterranean.
2. To acknowledge and celebrate the examples of BP identified; engage with their promotors; and award a prize to the best examples from each country during the final project event.
3. To facilitate access to knowledge and promote the use and replication of successful practices with applicability and transferability potential by creating a public repository of data.
Definition of Best Practice
We understand Best Practice as methods or processes that have been proven by experience or research to work reliably and effectively to reach a desired objective. The results of these practices should be tangible, and their impact measurable. Moreover, according to EMEA research, an example of BP should be inclusive, economically and environmentally sustainable, innovative and efficient.
Deadline: May 31st 2022
For the more information on the Call and how to apply please visit the page