setepes_logo_branco_fundo_rosaFounded in 1998, SETEPÉS is a private company of the cultural and creative sector (ICC) that provides services in the following areas:

  • Consulting for cultural and creative industries;
  • Cultural and creative projects design;
  • Cultural management;
  • Training (culture and creativity)
  • Editing management.
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The Danish Centre for Arts & Interculture


The Danish Centre for Arts & Interculture (DCAI) is a national knowledge centre, which collects and disseminates know-how, experience, research, competency and best practice concerning aspects of interculture and cultural diversity within the arts scene. The centre works with the development of intercultural competences and awareness in mainstream arts institutions and organisations and municipality departments of culture, both within the mainstream and on the periphery of the arts scene – on a national level and in regard to the exchange of intercultural experience and research at an international level.

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Creative & Cultural Skills

CCSkills_master_logo_MED_RGBCreative & Cultural Skills is an independent charity supporting the skills and training needs of the UK’s creative and cultural industries. We work with employers across the craft, cultural heritage, design, literature, music, performing arts and visual arts sectors. We deliver through our Skills Academy, a growing network of employers and training providers committed to the provision of high-quality, industry-relevant creative education and training, apprenticeships and careers advice. We are licensed as a Sector Skills Council by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills. 

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FIBICCFIBICC supports innovation and entrepreneurship in cultural and creative industries. FIBICC is a non-profit institution that develop academic programs for young cultural entrepreneurs, cultural research and analysis, cultural projects, advice support for creative entrepreneurs and foster international cooperation within the field of arts, culture and creative economy.

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AnthropolisAnthropolis Anthropological Public Benefit Association (founded in 2002) published the first anthropological periodical in Hungary, produced documentaries on minorities, migrants and on the Millennium Development Goals in East Africa, organized media campaigns and awareness-raising festivals on global issues, initiated a news portal on development.

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