2016 – INCLUSIVE ACCESS TO CULTURE
The first year raises the question of ‘inclusive access to culture’ within museums in Europe. Through creative workshops, we look into how young people relate to museums and how these relations can be taken into consideration by cultural institutions.
Bilateral ExchangeLocal WorkshopsPartner SeminarOne-day National Meeting
Where?Italy - FranceBelgium – Netherlands – Portugal – GermanyParis (FR)Rotterdam (NL) -
Brussels (BE) – Porto (PT) – Berlin (DE)
What?Each country organizes video workshops during which young people, accompanied by film-makers, work in museums and reflect on access to culture with due respect for all cultures.
Two meetings to set up, and draw conclusions from, these workshops.
A workshop with young people in each country on the issue of inclusive access to culture in order to bring some nuance to the conclusions drawn during the bilateral exchange.Annual seminar gathering the six members in order to draw conclusions from the different workshops (bilateral and local).
Objective: to formulate recommendations and good practices.
National gathering with professionals from local organizations working in the culture and/or youth sector.
Objective: to share practices and observations.
When?17–21 November 2015 (Milan)
26–28 June 2016 (Paris)
Between February and May 201629 June – 1 July 2016Between September and December 2016

2017 – CULTURAL INFLUENCE(S)
The second year will turn its attention to the treatment of colonialism in art. What cultures make up our cultures? How have our cultures been influenced by the colonizations? How are the colonizations present in art? How do young people perceive this?
Bilateral ExchangeLocal WorkshopsPartner SeminarOne-day National Meeting
Where?Netherlands - PortugalBelgium – Italy – France - GermanyViana (PT)Paris (FR) – Milan (IT) –
Brussels (BE) – Berlin (DE)
What?Exchanges between young Portugese and Dutch people. Using archival images and tales of exile, they will work around the cultural mosaics that make up their national culture.A workshop in each country on the issue of the cultural influences of their colonies to bring nuance to the work done during the bilateral exchange.Annual seminar gathering the six members in order to draw conclusions from the different workshops (bilateral and local).
Objective: to formulate recommendations and good practices.
National gathering with professionals from local organizations working in the culture and/or youth sector.
Objective: to share practices and observations.
When?26 June – 3 July 2017 (Viana)
05–12 July (Rotterdam) 2017
Between November and May 2017June 2017Between September and December 2017

2018 – IMMIGRANT AUDIENCES: EX-/IN-CLUSIONS
The third year will be devoted to questioning cultural diversity through the cultural offer. How to use one’s heritage to put it at the service of creation? Is the offer proposed by cultural institutions representative of the pluralism of contemporary cultures? Is it an opportune means to engage a young audience?
Bilateral ExchangeLocal WorkshopsPartner SeminarOne-day National Meeting
Where?Belgium - GermanyNetherlands – Italy – France – PortugalBerlin (DE)Paris (FR) – Milan (IT) –
Rotterdam (NL) - Porto (PT)
What?Exchanges between young Belgian and German people. Using different material, they will work around the cultural diversity and its expression in the cultural offer from a big city like Brussels to a more rural area like Western- Pomerania.A workshop in each country on the issue of the cultural influences of their colonies to bring nuance to the work done during the bilateral exchange.Annual seminar gathering the six members in order to draw conclusions from the different workshops (bilateral and local).
Objective: to formulate recommendations and good practices.
National gathering with professionals from local organizations working in the culture and/or youth sector.
Objective: to share practices and observations.
When?Between November 2017 and June 2018Between November 2017 and May 2018June 2018Between September and December 2018

2019 – CLOSING FESTIVAL
During the last year, we will draw conclusions about the influences that social groups, cultural heritages and immigration have on the consumption of cultural goods by young people in our countries.
Partner SeminarYEAD International Closing
Festival
Where?Berlin (DE)Brussels
What?Annual seminar gathering the six members in order to prepare the festival.
Objective: to formulate recommendations and good practices.
Festival open to professionals from the cultural sector from all countries, participating audiences, politicians, academics and European authorities. Conferences, round tables, workshops and screenings will fill the ten-day programme.
This festival will be the opportunity to share the achievements and the conclusions of four years of reflections, exchanges and practices.
When?June 2019July 2019