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Slovenian Creative Europe Beneficiaries Propose 4 Sets of Measures to Overcome Difficulties

On 25th March, the Motovila Institute (CED Slovenia) issued a call for the representatives of the Slovenian organizations supported by the Creative Europe programme to submit information on the current and expected issues in the implementation of the supported international projects caused by the coronavirus pandemic, and to propose measures to alleviate its negative effects.

In a matter of days, we received a response from 44 organizations from various cultural and creative sectors, including the audiovisual sector that are currently implementing 57 Creative Europe projects as leaders or partners (43 supported by Culture, and 14 by MEDIA). Although it is currently not possible to anticipate or predict the extent of the ramifications, the beneficiaries implementing European projects have already encountered the key issues they will have to contend with in the future. Flexibility on the part of decision makers and relevant authorities and a constant level of support on both European and national level will therefore be indispensable.

Key challenges:

– The publishing sector, cinemas and distributors among the most affected.
– Concerns over too many autumn events for a critically reduced audience.
– Cash flow expected to be problematic in the following months.

4 sets of measures to overcome difficulties in the implementation of Creative Europe projects

We asked the Creative Europe beneficiaries to propose measures which they believe would most effectively contribute to the successful implementation of complex European projects. In summary of the proposals of all 44 responding organizations, we can highlight 4 main sets of measures:

(1) PROJECT ACTIVITIES & BUDGET: Adjustment of activities, flexibility of project budget and eligibility of costs incurred.
(2) PROJECT INCOME STRUCTURE: Reduction of the beneficiary’s contribution and increase of the EU co-financing share.
(3) PROJECT TIMELINE: Extension of project duration.
(4) EACEA PROCEDURES: Simplified and faster tendering and reporting procedures.

See full report here.

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