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The core objective of the Creative Europe programme is to promote, strengthen and protect Europe’s cultural and linguistic diversity, cultural heritage and creativity.The Programme includes a CULTURE strand, which aims to promote the European cultural and creative sectors, a MEDIA strand, which supports the European audiovisual industry, and a TRANS-THEME strand, which covers actions spanning the audiovisual sector and other cultural and creative sectors.

The total budget for the 7-year duration of the Programme is EUR 2.4 billion.The maximum Union contribution for the implementation of the Programme for the years 2021-2023 is set at € 999,613,190, financed from the appropriations entered under the following headings of the general budget of the Union

(a) CULTURE budget line: Euro 329,244,047 for the years 2021-2023;

(b) MEDIA budget line: € 579.777.404 for the years 2021-2023;

c) CROSS-SECTORAL budget line: € 90,591,739 for the years 2021-2023.La sezione CULTURA del programma Europa creativa aiuta le organizzazioni culturali e creative a promuovere la circolazione transfrontaliera delle opere della cultura e la mobilità degli attori culturali. Le attività sostenute mirano a consentire agli attori culturali e creativi di lavorare a livello internazionale.

Le opportunità di finanziamento nell’ambito della linea CULTURA coprono una vasta gamma di azioni, ma certamente l’asse di maggiore interesse per le biblioteche è costituita dal sostegno settoriale, in particolare all’editoria e al patrimonio culturale. E’ nell’ambito di Europa creativa, ad esempio, che vengono sovvenzionati i premi culturali dell’UE, tra cui i premi letterari e le capitali europee della cultura. Nel promuovere la circolazione e la mobilità transnazionali in ambito di manifestazioni, mostre, scambi e festival internazionali, così come nel sostenere la circolazione della letteratura europea e favorire lo sviluppo del pubblico, Europa creativa è un programma di indubbio interesse per le biblioteche.

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