European Cultural Convention
|Signed||19 December 1954|
|Effective||5 May 1955|
|Depositary||Secretary General of the Council of Europe|
|Languages||English and French|
The European Cultural Convention is an international treaty opened for signature by the Council of Europe in Paris on 19 December 1954.Its signature is one of the conditions for becoming a participating state in the Bologna Process and its European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The term "Convention" is used as a synonym for an international legal treaty.
- "European Cultural Convention, CETS No.: 018". Council of Europe. 18 January 2013. Retrieved 21 January 2013.