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EU Work Plan for Culture (2019-2022)

Under the Austrian Presidency, on 27 November 2018, the EU Culture Ministers agreed upon the Work Plan for Culture 2019-2022 (PDF) which focuses on the following six priorities:

  1. Sustainability in cultural heritage
  2. Cohesion and well-being
  3. An ecosystem supporting artists, cultural and creative professionals and European content
  4. Gender equality
  5. International cultural relations
  6. Culture and sustainable development

The Work Plan 2019-2022 contains around 40 actions which are mainly implemented by the Presidencies of the Council and the European Commission.

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Contact

Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, Civil Service and Sport
Department IV/A/10/b: European and International Cultural Policy
Aleksandra Widhofner
Phone: + 43 1 71 606-851112
Email: aleksandra.widhofner@bmkoes.gv.at