On 16 October 2019, a three-year, new €12,2 million EU-funded programme called House of Europe, has been launched in Ukraine.
The programme aims at fostering professional and creative exchange between Ukrainians and their colleagues in EU countries and focuses on different professional fields: culture and creative industries, education, health, social entrepreneurship, media, and youth. The first 12 open calls are currently underway. More information in Ukrainian.
Overall objective is contribution to the advancement of Ukrainian reforms in culture and cultural and creative industries, education, health, media, social enterprises, and youth. Contribution to a stronger mutual understanding and dialogue between the EU and the Ukrainian society and within Ukraine. Supporting tolerance and cultural diversity in Ukraine and a stronger internal cohesion within Ukraine. The ”House of Europe” will promote people-to-people contacts between the EU and Ukrainian society to share best practices and encourage mutual understanding.
House of Europe is led by Goethe-Institut Ukraine, with British Council, Institut Français, and České Centrum as consortium partners.