There are several international networks in which the Netherlands plays a role, such as IETM and On the Move. The Ministries of Education, Culture and Science and Foreign Affairs do not support these networks directly. Instead, the national cultural funds and cross-disciplinary institutions funded by the Ministries take part in these networks where they deem necessary.
The Netherlands takes part in the European network of Mobility Info Points. The Mobility InfoPoints deliver advice to artists on international cultural mobility. The Dutch Mobility Info Point is part of DutchCulture and collaborates with other European Mobility Info Pointsand the European Union to set standards for the type of support a Mobility Info Point can deliver.
The Netherlands supports a variety of international cooperation projects through its embassies and consulates in the focus countries (see chapter 1.4.1). Also, international projects are supported by the different national cultural funds. For example, the Performing Arts Fund NL has a budget of EUR 487 500 available to fund international collaboration projects in 2019. DutchCultureinitiates and coordinates various interdisciplinary programmes in the partner countries of the international cultural policy. The Netherlands hosts different non-profit organization that are involved in international cultural collaboration, such as the European Cultural Foundation (ECF), an independent NGO providing funds for European cultural projects.