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EUNIC is a partnership of national institutions for culture, engaged beyond their national borders and operating with a degree of autonomy from their governments. The EUNIC membership currently includes organisations from 25 EU countries and it is intended that this will grow in time to include national institutes for culture from all the member states. The total operating budget of the current EUNIC membership is more than 2.2 billion Euro per annum.
The purpose of EUNIC is to create effective partnerships and networks between the participating organisations, to improve and promote cultural diversity and understanding between European societies, and to strengthen international dialogue and co-operation with countries outside Europe.

Organisation
EUNIC operates at two complementary levels: The first level consists of the Heads or Directors General of the national institutions. The second level comprises clusters of national institutions for culture, based in cities across Europe, cooperating together in common projects. EUNIC Brussels represents both the Heads level and the clusters at the EU institutions. EUNIC's members are national bodies based in EU member states who are engaged in activities beyond their national borders and have a degree of autonomy from their national governments.

EUNIC Netherlands
EUNIC Netherlands represents the national culture institutes in the Netherlands, enhancing the radius of action of these organisations by stimulating joint projects and sustaining an international network.
 
 
 

A Night of European Literature

A Night of European Literature
14 May 2013, De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam.

‘That we laugh and cry for the same thing,’ Montaigne

Taking the title of this essay by Montaigne as their guide, authors from all over Europe have been inspired to write a short story, an essay or another piece of prose. On 14 May, seven of them will take part in a discussion with Margot Dijkgraaf.
More information and registration: www.brakkegrond.nl

(Photo: Lauren Binet, France)
 

Arthur Sonnen

Arthur Sonnen now Chevalier dans l’orde des Arts et des Lettres

SICA employee and secretary for EUNIC Netherlands Arthur Sonnen was named Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres during a ceremony at the residence of the French ambassador in the Netherlands.

Sonnen received the award for his work at EUNIC and his role in the introduction in the Netherlands of important developments in scenic area of France, including Théâtre du Soleil and Ariane Mnouchkine, Jean Pierre Vincent, Gildas Bourdet, Didier Flamand and Gilles Aillaud.
To contact Arthur Sonnen: a.sonnen@sica.nl

 
 
   
 
 
   
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