Europe in action.

At le LABA, we help associations, private and public organisations and territories in culture and creative industries, sports and tourism to develop their project through European funds and International cooperation.


Founded in 2013, Le LABA is a centre of expertise specialising in European funding and intervenes in the creative and cultural industries sector.  

We help you to identify, raise and manage European funds. We help you in your internationalization strategy and in your local development strategy

Our activities

Find here all of our activities and our terms and conditions of accompaniment. 

  • Together, we make a diagnosis of your project and analyse the appropriate programs. Le LABA can help you by being a partner or supporter. More info here

  • We assist or realize the writing of the projects. Management, budget and evaluation are also part of our expertise. More info here

  • Thanks to our network of 100 partners in more than 20 countries, we can ensure networking and exchanges with international partners. More info here

  • The LABA is declared a continuing professional education organization. Our various training courses allow a better understanding of all European and national funding. More info

  • We support the internationalisation and mobility of cultural and creative companies based in the New Aquitaine Region. More info here

  • In order to better understand how European funds are organised, we have drawn up a toolbox, consisting of tools, definitions and resources, which will put you on your feet. More info here

LABA's partners

LABA relies on a network of French, European and international partners, recognized for their expertise on European funding or working in the various fields of intervention of LABA.

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Our latest projects

Our latest news

  • The “MYEO – Moving Youth European Orchestra” project led by Musiques de Nuit Diffusion brought together young people from the New Aquitaine Region, Italy, Germany, Romania and Malta from 12 to 18 May in Bordeaux. Two concerts took place as part of the 2019 edition......

  • Evaluative of the Migratory Musics project by Christophe MIQUEU, lecturer at the University of Bordeaux. “The evolution of migratory movements, and the resulting schooling of newly arrived allophone pupils, once again raises the questions that schools regularly ask themselves: how to welcome newcomers? how to......

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