By UFISC, la Maison des réseaux

Presentation of the COOPTERR project
Cultural Rights & Territorial Cooperation Practices through Culture and Solidarity Economy

UFISC has been piloting the COOPTERR project for 3 years around the theme: Cultural rights and practices of territorial cooperation through culture and solidarity economy.

COOPTERR is a European Erasmus + project that brings together 6 Romanian, Hungarian, Portuguese, Italian and French partners: CRIES, Fekete Sereg, Largo Residencias, RIPESS Europe, Solidarius Italia, and UFISC.

We organised, in the presence of our European partners, the presentation of the results of this project – and discussed with you on:

Thursday, February 9 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

At La Maison des Réseaux Artistiques et Culturels 221, rue de Belleville 75019 PARIS

Feedback on the objectives of the COOPTERR project

The partners chose to share their experiences, practices and knowledge in territorial cooperation. They wish to foster networking between actors involved in territorial cooperation and disseminate their practices and methods.

Altogether, the assimilation of cooperation skills enables to develop a critical reflection on the world, on the professional organisation and reinforces civic implication.

Our approach associates cultural, social, economical and territorial dimensions. It brings together organisations that implement territorial cooperation through the sharing of human, financial and technical resources. Within our consortium, we have analysed collective events, shared-places, collaborative (cultural) projects as well as territorial networks comprising cultural, social and solidarity economy organisations.

Each partner has experience in territorial cooperation, using more or less the same approach, although within each country there are quite substantial differences in funding, support and public policies.

The project aims at giving light to the set of key skills which are inherent for the development of territorial cooperation.

The goal is to train and help professionals and volunteers of these organisations to implement more sustainable territorial cooperation.