The PASS project is part of the follow-on from the Channel Circus Arts Alliance project: a project dedicated to the circus arts, approved in the context of the programme which ran from April 2009 to December 2010. This project will enhance accessibility to cultural diversity, whilst sharing values of self-respect and respect of others, to take into account ecology and solidarity in the cultural development in less accessible areas. PASS aims to consolidate the Franco-British network for producing and distributing circus works of art initiated by the Channel Circus Arts Alliance, and focuses on four areas of co-operation: production, distribution, training, and seminars and professional meetings. In developing access to a diversified cultural offer, this interreg project provides equality of opportunity: 1) in enabling different populations, from diverse backgrounds (disadvantaged neighbourhoods, less accessible rural communities, people with restraint mobility, etc.) to understand and value a contemporary popular culture through awareness actions or confronting artworks; 2) in encouraging the sharing of different regional cultures concerned with other groups from other countries in other communities; 3) in promoting cross border exchange, not only geographically, but also through artistic productions which will enable us to place human beings at the core of our social and global development. The project covers three Franco-British cultural seasons: 2012, 2013, and 2014. The project is a new example of partnership enlargement between two project phases: five new structures have joined the PASS project, which now covers a wider area of co-operation.