Get involved! REACH opening conference “Resilient Cultural Heritage and Communities in Europe”

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davEverything’s ready for the upcoming REACH project Opening Conference, and the banner is already displayed on the facade of the Hungarian National Museum: from 10th to 11th of May, high-level experts will meet in Budapest to discuss and compare successful examples of participatory processes and researches facing the theme of “Resilient Cultural Heritage and Communities in Europe“.
Focus topics:
social cohesion, social inequality, minority heritage, preservation and management of Cultural Heritage, rural heritage, small town heritage, institutional heritage.
What to expect:
- Interesting programme of speeches
- Round table on resilience and participation in Cultural Heritage
- Posters and videos session where participants are invited to deliver a brief pitch presenting their own projects.
- An Europeana Collection Day for digitization of stories and memorabilia of people and  families who experienced travelling and migration in their lives.
- A Networking Session for European projects in Cultural Heritage as a periodic concertation event supporting a sustainable cooperation.
- A contribution by a EC representative.
From the conference will emerge a manifesto containing the basic guidelines and principles of REACH
Where:
Hungarian National Museum, 1088 Budapest, Múzeum krt. 14–16 Hungary
Who:
the Conference is organized by ELTE University, Eotvos Lora Tudomanyegyetem and it is part of the programme of the European Year of Cultural Heritage
REACH Conference website: http://reach-culture.eu/budapestconference2018
Registration: http://reach-culture.eu/events/opening-conference-in-budapest/registration
Full Programme: http://reach-culture.eu/budapestconference2018/programme

Conference contacts:
Eszter György, esztergy29@caesar.elte.hu; +3630 278 27 31
Gábor Oláh, gabor.olah@yahoo.es; +3630 456 62 98

 

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