Raise the competitiveness of contemporary creative ACDs to turn these into a leading economic actor in historical cities
Promote the cross-border cultural dialogue among multiple stakeholders
Support the communities and web of economic activities which form the urban and social setting of historical cities
We would like to affect positively and directly:
Private companies and commercial associations of creative activities
Local authorities and local development agencies, as well as competent national authorities
Specialized public and private art cultural heritage promoting institutions
Universities, schools and ACDs stakeholders and young creators
Formulate sustainable urban strategies and pilot projects for the socioeconomic revitalization of historic cities, including programs for the regeneration of ACDs
Establish a new permanent forms of cross-border cultural and economic cooperation and networking in the ACDs among participating localities
Validate and promote innovation through development of synergies, exchange of best practices, transfer of knowhow and infusion of new technology
Create a Mediterranean ACDs Lab network as an open virtual lab of multicultural dialogue and a MEDNETA observatory to monitor the ACDs Lab-net functioning
MEDNETA is one of the 95 projects implemented under the ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme 2007/2013 (www.enpicbcmed.eu).
Its total budget of 1.985.553,89 million Euro and it is financed for an amount of 1.786.998,50 million Euro by the European Union trough the European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument.
The objective of MEDNETA project is to enhance cross-border cultural dialogue and cooperation among multiple stakeholders with the aim to support creativity in the Arts, Crafts and Design (ACDs) as a means for the regeneration of communities inhabiting the historical cities in the Mediterranean Basin (MB).
Initiateur du projet : BENEFICIARY National Technical University of Athens – NTUA
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