Organisers of the events/activities are solely responsible for the implementation and delivery of the proposed activities listed on the CSW2023 website and will be permitted to make use of the Creative Skills Week 2023 visual identity for promotion purposes. 

All selected events/activities should be in line with the Creative Pact for Skills Manifesto. Creative Skills Week organisers have no control and are not responsibility for the delivery or information provided via links to external sites. Creative Skills Week organisers reserve the right to delete without prior warning any information that may be regarded as unlawful, unethical or unsuitable and will not select events/activities that do not align with the objectives stated above. CSW2023 organisers do not accept liability for loss or damage resulting from any such action. 

Creative Skills Week 2023 is a registered activity of the European Year of Skills, an initiative of the European Commission to support the skills development and stimulate new educational approaches. Submitted activities do not automatically receive the European Year of Skills registration. Organisers of the events/activities are responsible for registering it to the European Year of Skills website. 

Creative Skills Week 2023 is funded by the Alliance for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills CYANOTYPES (funded by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme), the European Creative Hubs Network and the University of Applied Arts Vienna.  

Please be aware that once submitted the event or initiative can take up to 10 days to be displayed on the CSW2023 website. 

Please email, should you wish to change any information posted about your event. 

Creative Skills Week 2023 follows the Cyanotypes Privacy Policy and Data Protection

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