The Creative Europe Desk Slovenia (CED Slovenia) is a national information office for the promotion of the EU’s Creative Europe programme for the cultural and audiovisual sectors. CED Slovenia is responsible for the mediation and exchange of information about the Creative Europe programme and its Culture and MEDIA subprogrammes, for advising on applying to funding calls, for assisting in finding partners and co-producers, for providing professional support in promoting cross-border cooperation and networking in the cultural and creative sectors and for organising and carrying out events with an emphasis on empowering the sectors, audience development and innovation (digital shift).
The CED Slovenia team is available for in-depth individual advising about the Creative Europe programme each Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. You can schedule a mandatory appointment for your advising session by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (01) 300 87 87.
The CED Slovenia team
The team has many years of experience in the fields of networking, providing information and advising regarding financial mechanisms for funding and support in the culture and creative sectors.
At your service are:
*Mateja Lazar, head of the Culture subprogramme, head of the CED Slovenia office
*Sabina Briški, head of the MEDIA subprogramme
*Maša Ekar, basic information and administration
*Ines Kežman, professional associate
*Tanja Kos, professional associate
The Creative Europe Desk Slovenia (CED Slovenia) is a part of the European CED Network. The network promotes the Creative Europe programme in the countries participating in the programme and offers support to individuals who wish to participate in the programme. List of contacts.
The European Commission
The General Directorate of the European Commission for Education and Culture (DG EAC) and the General Directorate for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT) manage the programme from a political, institutional and budget perspective and have a communication and strategic-evaluation role.
The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) is responsible for preparing funding calls, selecting projects, informing beneficiaries and concluding agreements about the financing of projects, as well as financial management and project monitoring and control.