Eastern Partnership Culture Programme presents manual for culture development process
Programme has presented a practical guide to strengthen strategic planning as a necessary element for the development process in the field of culture and society in general.
Eastern Partnership (EaP) is a specific initiative of the European Union to strengthen relationship between the European Union and its Eastern neighbours – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
Launched in May 2009 at the Prague Summit by 27 EU Member States and 6 partner countries the initiative seeks to support political, social and economic reforms in the Eastern Partnership region and promote stability, security and prosperity of the European Union, its Eastern partners and the entire European continent.
The Eastern Partnership embodies the Eastern dimension of the European Neighbourhood Policy. It gradually develops and deepens bilateral relations, supports reforms in partner countries and accelerates their political association and economic integration with the European Union. It is based on the shared values of democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law.
Sources and photo: Eastern Partnership Culture Programme