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MED CULTURE

Fanny BOUQUEREL

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MED CULTURE

  1. 1. MED CULTURE CREW - Cultural Rela2ons at work Fanny BOUQUEREL f.bouquerel@medculture.eu www.medculture.eu Rabat, 21 February 2018
  2. 2. WHAT IS MED CULTURE? Regional programme funded by the EU and operaEng in countries of the South Neighbourhood (2014 – 2019) Technical Assistance and Grants ObjecEves: cultural policy reforms | a well-informed, dynamic sector | improved governance |exchanges and networking at naEonal and regional level
  3. 3. MED CULTURE | RESULTS AND IMPACT results lessons learned recommendations Policy support through a participatory process engaging all stakeholders Technical support focussing on exchanges between peers, promoting a bottom up approach Consultative process and reactivity to a fast changing environment 1 43 2 approach Rabat 21 February 2018 Promoting a broader engagement of informed and connected stakeholders | ownership
  4. 4. MED CULTURE | RESULTS AND IMPACT results lessons learned recommendationsapproach Rabat 21 February 2018 Policy reform and governance1 REGION 1.  Definition of an approach and a methodology to develop a national strategy for culture JORDAN: initiation and facilitation of process for the development of a National Strategy. Involvement of ministries, several municipalities, and civil society players. 2. Definition of guidelines for the promotion of culture in the peripheries in policy design and strategic planning
  5. 5. 3. Improved understanding of cultural policies
  6. 6. MED CULTURE | RESULTS AND IMPACT results lessons learned recommendationsapproach Rabat 21 February 2018 Policy reform and governance1 Involvement of youth and women Promotion of culture in the peripheries Involvement of other sectors of interest Development of regional partnerships Broadening the base of participation2
  7. 7. MED CULTURE | RESULTS AND IMPACT results lessons learned recommendationsapproach Rabat 21 February 2018 Policy reform and governance1 Broadening the base of participation2 Empowerment and professional enhancement3 1425 decision makers and cultural practitioners benefit from Med Culture activities Higher awareness of employability in the cultural field
  8. 8. MED CULTURE | RESULTS AND IMPACT results lessons learned recommendationsapproach Rabat 21 February 2018 Policy reform and governance1 Broadening the base of participation2 Empowerment and professionalisation3 ‘Culture’ is an all-embracing sector and holds a wide range of policies and activities that contribute to development cooperation. Promoting a cross-cutting approach4
  9. 9. MED CULTURE | RESULTS AND IMPACT results lessons learned recommendationsapproach Rabat 17 January 2018 Policy reform and governance1 Broadening the base of participation2 Empowerment and professional enhancement3 Promoting a cross-cutting approach4 Communication and networking5 Mobility and networking (1369 beneficiaries of MC benefited from regional mobility). Establishment of an online 360º overview and a specialised monthly newsletter (3360 subscribers). High visibility of Med Culture activities and outputs.
  10. 10. 1. How is your programme promoting culture as an engine to social and economic development in EU Neighbourhood South? Methodology/ Approach •  Broadening parEcipaEon •  Encouraging exchanges and partnership building •  PromoEng the cross cuYng dimension of culture
  11. 11. 1. How is your programme promoting culture as an engine to social and economic development in EU Neighbourhood South? Ac2vi2es •  Producing specialised themaEc studies •  ImplemenEng capacity development acEviEes •  Developing cultural entrepreneurship •  Advocacy for culture / awareness raising on the value of culture
  12. 12. 2. How do you measure impact of your programme? •  Logframe – indicators •  ConsultaEons, parEcipaEve acEviEes, applicaEons •  CommunicaEon indicators •  Inquiry (in progress)
  13. 13. 3. Do you have any lessons learn working on the theme and in the region? Culture is a fiYng crucible to promote exchanges and dialogue, including between authoriEes and civil society; ConsultaEons with a wide range of stakeholders is key to promote collaboraEons based on priority needs; Development processes are as important as achieving results and are key to harnessing engagement and ownership;
  14. 14. 3. Do you have any lessons learn working on the theme and in the region? Championing new operators and strengthening exchanges and networking in the region The engagement of CSOs and their recepEvity for change makes any investment in culture very relevant; Learning and sharing consEtutes a sine qua non for the development of the culture sector and for socieEes Development of a sustainable EU regional strategy for culture in the region is Emely
  15. 15. THINK CULTURE THINK GROWTH!

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