DISCE P2P Recovery Programme

What is the P2P Recovery Programme?

The DISCE P2P Recovery Programme (hereinafter referred to as “PRP”) was initiated to support the European cultural and creative sectors in this time of unprecedented challenge due to COVID-19. It is organized by Trans Europe Halles (TEH) in the framework of the DISCE Project “Developing Sustainable and Inclusive Creative Economies”, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.

PRP is designed to engage with stakeholders within Cultural and Creative Industries in Cyprus, Greece, Italy and Spain coherently with developing sustainable and inclusive creative economies in the EU. The main aim of PRP is to explore and to enable collaborative and innovative practices addressing challenges faced in the Cultural and Creative sectors in Europe due to COVID-19.

Who Can Apply?

PRP is open to social, cultural and entrepreneurial businesses in the Cultural and Creative Industries, encouraging interaction between them, experts and academics, fostering organizational development and innovation among organisations that constitute Creative Economies of the EU

For more information on eligibility criteria, please review the PRP Call Document.

What is included in the programme?

PRP will initially offer consultancy and matchmaking to participants. Selected participants will have the opportunity to present the preliminary results in an international online event, the Day of Creative Economies in the EU. They will also have the opportunity to meet in the PRP final event, the Co-Creation Lab. The Co-Creation Lab will be held in Nicosia, Cyprus, on 21-23 April 2021. Both events will involve experts, researchers, cultural and creative practitioners and policy-makers.

When Can You Apply?

The application period begins on 10 December. All applications must be submitted before the midnight (CET) deadline on 31 January.

Where can you Apply?

You can begin the application process here.

Published on December 14, 2020