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How to stay in touch and continue the #CultureForHealth movement? Please reach out to one of us, the project partner organisations of #CultureForHealth.

By CultureForHealth

Dear All

The #CultureForHealth project officially ends its journey as of August 2023, but we are continuing as a #CultureForHealth movement. If you are registered to the CultureForHealth newsletter, you can rest assured that you will receive updates from us for future events, activities and policy developments. Please do invite others as well  to subscribe to our newsletter to stay in touch. Culture Action Europe is happy to welcome you as a member to explore together how we can stay connected and continue to work on this topic Europe-wide across countries.


Please reach out to one of us, the project partner organisations of #CultureForHealth:


Culture Action Europe - website link (Belgium)

Culture Action Europe is the major European network of cultural networks, organisations, artists, activists, academics and policymakers. Culture Action Europe is hosting a working group on culture's contribution to wellbeing for its members. For any queries please contact:


Trans Europe Halles - website link (Sweden)

Trans Europe Halles (TEH) is a dynamic cultural network in Europe and has been at the forefront of repurposing abandoned buildings for arts, culture and activism since 1983. TEH is based in Sweden and have 140 members in 40 different countries across Europe – from Spain to Georgia. Contact | Trans Europe Halles


Central Denmark Region - website link (Denmark)

Central Denmark Region is one of five regions in Denmark. Denmark is organised at three political and administrative levels: the national (government), the regional (5 regions) and the municipal level (98 municipalities). The primary responsibility of Central Denmark Region is healthcare. This includes being responsible for the nine somatic hospitals and eight psychiatric hospital departments, pre-hospital emergency services, general practitioners and practising specialist doctors. Contact:


Centrul Cultural Clujean - website link (Romania)

Cluj Cultural Centre is a non-governmental organization for culture and sustainable development. Legacy of the city’s bid for the European Capital of Culture 2021, the Centre implements an interdisciplinary programme to address strategic challenges of the society. The Centre has 116 members: cultural organizations and institutions, universities, associations of the business sector and of the civil society, and the local and regional administration. Contact: 


Northern Dimension Partnership on Culture - website link (Latvia)

The NDPC is a unique cooperation platform in the Cultural and Creative Sectors** (CCS) ecosystem, bringing together both the EU and the non-EU countries and providing an access to a wide pool of expertise and experience related to CCS development across the ND region. Contact: 


Društvo Asociacija - website link (Slovenia)

Asociacija .ottow@ru.rm.dkis a democratic network of creators in the field of independent culture, who share experiences and build a strong advocacy organization together. The network started as informal activities in 1992 and has grown into a professionally coordinated organization providing advocacy and support services to its members and others in the field of independent culture. Contact: