IBERCULTURA VIVA Y COMUNITARIA
This program aims to strengthen community-based cultural policies in the Ibero-American area. To do so, among the instruments it has is a financial fund which grants aid through a public call for financing.
This is a community-based Program which encourages cultural policy. It was created at the 2013 Panama Summit of Heads of State and Government.
The IBER programs were created to combine effects and cooperate in achieving a common goal at the regional level (Ibero-American), generally to strengthen sectorial public policies. They are based in the cooperation among countries, and have some shared objectives: encourage the development of inclusive and innovative projects; strengthen cultural and creative industries; promote collaboration between entreprises within the sector and their participation in joint projects, and foster the flow and exchange of cultural goods and services; promote training and capacity building; and set up synergies and facilitate mobility of artists and their works.
The MECD contributes 27,000€ per year.
The Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB) is an international organization created in 1999 for fulfilling the objetives of the Ibero-American Conference.
Amongst its duties, SEGIB is in charge of the "Follow up on inititatives and evaluation of (...) Programs (...) under the Ibero-American Conference".
In SEGIB's Annual Reports are including the figures, the main activities and the achievements of each IBER program.