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Co-Create: Co-Creative Cooperation in the Field of Culture and Heritage

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Posted by Aron Weigl

Co-creation is more than participation. It implies that different stakeholders co-initiate, co-design and co-implement a project or programme together. This report, created in the frame of the Erasmus+ project “Co-Create”, aims to analyse the situation in the participating countries of Austria, Denmark and Finland. In the compiled examples, public administration, local institutions and civil society actors cooperate co-creatively in the cultural field. Simultaneously, the report presents theoretical reflections about the term “co-create” and presents competence profiles of civil society actors who wish to cooperate in a co-creative way. This project has been supported by the Danish National Agency of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

Resource Author(s): 
Aron Weigl, Hans Jørgen Vodsgaard, Isabel Monaghan, Bente von Schindel, Kati Nurmi
Publication Date:
Monday, 1 April, 2019
Type of resource: 
Studies and Reports
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