North-South Cultural Co-operation

Nätverkstan wants to be a part of the process that breaks the isolation through creating direct contacts between organisations and individuals working with art and culture in south Caucasus and the Nordic countries.
The countries in south Caucasus were closed to Western contacts through the Soviet period, and disconnected from most contacts in East and West Europe during the conflicts that followed the dissolution of the Sovietunion.

Nätverkstan wants to be a part of the process that breaks the isolation through creating direct contacts between organisations and individuals working with art and culture in south Caucasus and the Nordic countries.

The project, “North-South Cultural Co-operation”, was developed in co-operation with Stichting Caucasus Foundation and started in the year 2000. Our starting point was contacts established by the Swedish Embassy in Russia. The project ended 2003 and a new project, were established with other partners from 2004. EKAE History.