REACH project presented at the International Conference on Multiple Heritages

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CatturaLast Tuesday 16th October, was celebrated the 60th anniversary of the foundation of the Centre of studies of French language and culture at Warsaw University. For the occasion an International Conference titled: “Science et Société dans une Europe qui change”was held, where REACH project and its pilots were presented by Dr. Luda Klusakova, from Charles University, task leader of the Small Towns Heritage Pilots. This true cultural heritage of Warsaw University founded in 1958 with Michel Foucault as its first director, the center considers as its cultural heritage also the Staszic Palace, the seat of contemporary Polish Academy of Sciences, where in 1924 the French institute was founded.

Read more about the celebration at http://www.okf.uw.edu.pl/fr/multimedia/item/729-60-urodziny-okfisf-uw.html 

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