REACH Opening Conference

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The opening conference of the REACH project will be organized by ELTE University, Eötvös Loránd Tudomanyegyetem on the 10th and 11th of May 2018 in Budapest, kindly hosted by the Hungarian National Museum.

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REACH, Re-designing Access to Cultural Heritage for a wider participation in preservation, (re)use and management of European culture, is a three-year project, started on the 1st of November 2017, to establish a Social Platform for participatory approaches and social innovation in culture.
The project is supported by the European Commission in the frame of the
Horizon2020 programme, and coordinated by Coventry University.
The REACH Social Platform aims to offer a sustainable space for meeting, discussion and collaboration by all those with a stake in the field of culture and Cultural Heritage.
By showcasing concrete, participatory experiences and identifying good practice by means of the project’s pilots, a robust framework will be developed for building and sustaining a resilient European Cultural Heritage

The REACH international conference in Budapest will introduce the scope of the project, offering a great opportunity to discuss and compare successful examples of participatory processes and researches. Interesting speeches, excellent occasions for networking and discussion, and participatory activities will be part of the event. Moreover, a dedicated poster/video sessions complements the conference, where the participants will present projects of interest around the conference topics.

Event website: www.reach-culture.eu/budapestconference2018
About REACH project: http://reach-culture.eu/

 

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