Two women looking at a collage of photographs in an art gallery

About the project

UNESCO, the British Council and the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS) are jointly managing Culture and Creativity for the Western Balkans (CC4WBs), a project funded by the European Union to foster dialogue in the Western Balkans by enhancing the cultural and creative sectors for increased socio-economic impact.

By bringing together their respective strengths and competitive advantages, the three partners will support more inclusive and effective cultural policies, enhance regional cultural co-operation, promote the mobility of artists and cultural operators, enhance the circulation of creative goods and services, and provide financial and technical assistance for the cultural and creative industries. The project will also stimulate the protection, management and promotion of cultural heritage, as well as enhanced public-private partnerships in the cultural and creative sectors.

Call for consultants

The programme consortium is looking for qualified consultants or other individual specialists who may be engaged in specific tasks to support the delivery of CC4WBs. Expressions of interest are sought from junior and senior consultants with professional experience in the cultural and creative sectors in the region, including the following:

  • Training/capacity building
  • Advocacy
  • Fundraising
  • Communication
  • Artistic production
  • Networking and professional exchange
  • Audience outreach and development
  • Community engagement
  • Cultural programme/project management
  • Cultural heritage management
  • Cultural events management
  • Entrepreneurial skills development
  • Marketing and promotional activities
  • Online content development
  • Regional Western Balkans collaboration
  • Cultural leadership
  • Inclusive programming
  • Digital arts and culture programming

Find out more about the project and how to apply (PDF, 214 kb).

The deadline for Expressions of interest is Sunday 18 September 2022.