Creative Europe 2021-2027

Theme: Multiannual Financial Framework
Title: Creative Europe 2021-2027
Policy Reference: COM (2018) 366


The Creative Europe programme supports a wide range of artistic and creative sector, including film, digital games, design, and publishing. The proposal for the upcoming Creative Europe programme looks to build on the objectives of the European Agenda for Culture.

European Commission

The proposal was published by the European Commission on May 30, 2018, as part of the new Multiannual Financial Framework for 2021-2027.

European Parliament

The European Parliament proposed a doubling of the current budget to €2.806 billion, and the introduction of EU-added value as a pre-condition for project funding.

Council of the EU

The Proposal reached a partial general approach on December 20 2018, not covering budgetary aspects.

Negotiation Stage

The first trilogue was held on 9 October, wherein the co-legislators presented their respective positions and had a preliminary exchange of views.

Final Adoption

Ongoing discussions

Local Implementation

Local implementation will be the responsibility of the Malta Creative Europe Desk within the Arts Council Malta