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Creative Europe (CREA)

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Creative Europe (CREA)

02.06.2024 |


Creative Europe’s stated aims are to:

  • support the creation of European works and help the cultural and creative sectors seize the opportunities of the digital age and globalisation, in order to reach their economic potential, contributing to sustainable growth, jobs, and social cohesion;
  • promote the competitiveness and innovation of the European audiovisual industry and help Europe’s culture and media sectors access new international opportunities, markets, and audiences;
  • promote cross-sectoral innovative actions and diverse, independent and pluralistic media.

This will, specifically, involve providing funding for:

Cultural and creative organisations, cinemas, films.

Creative Europe encourages audiovisual, cultural and creative players to operate across Europe, reach new audiences and develop the skills needed in the digital age. By helping European cultural and audiovisual works to reach audiences in other countries, the programme contributes to safeguarding cultural and linguistic diversity.

The CULTURE Strand of Creative Europe helps cultural and creative organisations to operate transnationally and promotes the cross-border circulation of works of culture and the mobility of cultural players. It provides financial support to activities with a European dimension aiming at strengthening the transnational creation and circulation of European works, developing transnational mobility, audience development (accessible and inclusive culture), innovation and capacity building (notably digitisation, new business models, education and training). The supported activities aim to enable cultural and creative players to work internationally.

Funding opportunities under CULTURE cover a diverse range of actions:

  • Horizontal actions: cooperation projects, networks, platforms, mobility for artists and cultural professionals, and policy development.
  • Sectoral support: support for music, publishing, cultural heritage and architecture as well as other sectors.
  • Special actions: EU cultural prizes, European Capitals of Culture, European Heritage Label, support for young high-quality artists, and broad citizens’ service outreach.

The MEDIA Strand of Creative Europe supports the EU film and audiovisual industries financially in the development, distribution and promotion of their work. It helps to launch and distribute projects with a European dimension and international potential to travel beyond national and European borders. Its funding actions provide support to audiovisual works including films, TV series, documentaries, video games and immersive content, and to cinemas, festivals, VOD services and industry markets. It also contributes to boosting European talent via training programmes, as well as to audience development and film education.

The MEDIA calls are divided into four thematic clusters:

  • Content: Encouraging collaboration and innovation in the creation and production of high quality works.
  • Business: Promoting business innovation, competitiveness, scalability and talents to strengthen Europe’s industry vis-à-vis global competitors.
  • Audience: Strengthening the accessibility and visibility of works for their potential audiences through distribution channels and audience development.
  • Policy: Supporting policy discussion/exchange fora, studies, and reports. Promoting awareness-raising activities.

In parallel, MEDIA provides financial incentives for greening as well as inclusion and gender balance best practices.

The CROSS-SECTORAL Strand addresses common challenges and opportunities of the cultural and creative sectors, including audio-visual, such as:

  • Transnational policy cooperation: promoting knowledge of the programme and supporting the transferability of results.
  • Creative Innovation Labs: promoting innovative approaches to content creation, access, distribution and promotion across cultural and creative sectors.
  • News media: supporting media literacy, quality journalism and media freedom and pluralism.

Target audience

Digital skills for all

Digital skills for the workforce

Digital skills for ICT professionals

Digital technology 

Digital skills

Artificial intelligence

Software engineering

Form of the funding

Country suitable for the funding


Financial intermediate 






Bulgarian INSAIT – Europe’s Top 10 in AI

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Bulgarian INSAIT - Europe's Top 10 in AI

03.04.2024 |

The Institute for Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Technology (INSAIT), based in Sofia, has established itself as a key player for Bulgaria, positioning our country among the top ten in Europe in the field of artificial intelligence, according to an announcement from the Ministry of Education and Science.

INSAIT’s participation with 16 articles on CVPR, the most cited forum on artificial intelligence and computer vision, highlights its great contribution, with the total number of articles from Bulgaria surpassing that of all countries in Eastern Europe combined.

INSAIT outperforms leading universities and institutions from countries such as Israel, the Netherlands, Finland, Austria and many others, showing its high competitiveness on the international stage. Established in April 2022 in partnership with two of the world leaders in technical education, the Swiss ETH Zurich and EPFL, the institute represents a pioneering move for Eastern Europe, offering research opportunities and facilities comparable to global standards.

Supported by giants such as Google, Amazon Web Services, DeepMind, and others, as well as by technology entrepreneurs, INSAIT focuses on scientific excellence: conducting world-class research, attracting outstanding international scientists, and training the next generation of graduates and technology leaders. INSAIT is structured as a special unit of St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia, with its own regulations and governing boards.


Target audience

Digital skills for all

Digital skills for the workforce

Digital skills for ICT professionals

Digital skills in education

Digital skills for children

Digital skills for public administration

Digital technology

Artificial Intelligence



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12.09.2023 |

Why should I take this course?

If you’re a regular user of one of our adapter cards or cables, learning how to use their debug tools is crucial to make your work more efficient! These debug tools will change your life for the better!
What I’ll learn?
In this course, you’ll learn about the MLXlink and MLXcables debug tools. These debug tools are used for both basic link troubleshooting and for analyzing the more complex link characteristics.Course topics: 

  • Introduction to the MLXLink and MLXcables debug tools
  • Learn how to check and debug link status and issues related to them
  • Learn how to access the cables, query its IDs and read specific addresses in the EEPROM

After this course, you would understand:

  • the MLXLink and MLXcables features and abilities 
  • How to apply the MLXLink and MLXcables abilities

The audience for this course is:

  • Experienced network engineers/technicians 
  • Network Administrators 
  • •System Administrators

The prerequisites are technical background and understanding of networking hardware.

You can find additional information HERE


Target audience

Digital skills for ICT professionals

Digital technology

Digital skills




Format of the training


Training fee

Free training

Duration of the training

Type of training

Language of the training


Country providing the training