EUNIC Cultural Relations and Climate Action commission
EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture) is calling for expressions of interest from experts with international experience for their open call on cultural relations and climate action.
This call follows the outcomes of the Climate Culture(s) Creative Lab and is in line with EUNIC's long-term interest in shaping the evolution of cultural relations practice and its role in driving the importance of culture in the SDG agenda.
EUNIC is commissioning a piece of work on the role of cultural relations for climate action that will pool, structure and advance existing resources from the network and support the development of more ambitious practical instruments for working in the field of cultural relations, climate and environment.
The work would need to be submitted by 1 March 2024.
Outcomes developed should be interactive and engaging tools, advice and materials to support cultural institutes to concretely mainstream effective approaches to climate action and achieve the UN SDGs. Additionally, interactive ways to learn from and share projects and initiatives amongst the wider network of EUNIC members should be developed.
The available budget is up to 12.000 EUR.
Who can apply?
EUNIC is looking for an expert, or group of experts, with international experience in the field of cultural relations and climate action. The expert(s) should have good knowledge of the work of the wider climate movement, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and the global operating environment of cultural institutes, as well as experience (or knowledge and awareness) of EUNIC and its members.
Deadline: 13 November 2023
Image: Participants of the CCCLab reflecting on group work.