Author Archives: francesca.melani

Embedding engagement: participatory approaches to cultural heritage

The article, written by Prof. Neil Forbes and  Prof.  Silvana Colella (both from Coventry University,  REACH project coordinator and leader of the sustainability and resilience Work Package) went on-line last Saturday, in the Special Edition of the SCIRES-IT Journal titled … Continue reading


Workshop on Historical Irrigation Systems Management

The 28th of June, was held in the Castillejar (Granada) a full day workshop focus on the management of historical irrigation systems. The event was addressed to Municipalities, irrigator communities, Associations, water users and all these interested in technique of … Continue reading


“The Strategic Use of Heritage Representations: The Small Towns of Podlasie Province”

Last May the open-access peer-reviewed international academic journal  “Urbanities” published the result of the Polish case study carried on in the framework of the Small Towns Heritage Pilot of REACH Project. The article was written by Luďa Klusáková(Charles University, Czech … Continue reading


“The legal framework of cultural landscapes in Andalusia (Spain): limits and possibilities of public participation from an archaeological perspective”

The independent European journal of post classical archaeologies PCA recently published an article facing the theme of the participation on cultural landscape. The contribution was given by Dott. L. Delgado Anés and  Prof. J.M. Martín Civantos from the University of Granada, … Continue reading


RomArchive project winner of the Creative Europe Reasearch Award

The 21 May the European Commission and Europa Nostra, the leading European heritage network, announced the winners of the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2019, the Europe most prestigious honour in the field, funded by the Creative Europe … Continue reading


The charming Roma Cultural Heritage

The upcoming local encounter of the Minority Heritage Pilot f REACH Project will be focusing on Roma intangible cultural heritage. It is hosted by the Gandhi High School in Pécs, the first Romani high school which became a part of … Continue reading


Get Involved!

Next  September 2019 world leaders from industry, finance, academia and business will meet in Brussels in occasion of the European research & Innovation Days, the annual policy event which aims is to mobilise EU citizens, increase awareness and understanding of … Continue reading


REACH Project at “Museums for all people!”

Museums for all people! This was the title of the international conference held from 2 to 5 April 2019 at Complutense University in Madrid. Keynote lectures, short talks and posters discussed the diverse and multi-layered dimensions of art and cultural … Continue reading


Great participation and remarkable outcomes for CH Symposium!

The latest successful Symposium of REACH Social Platform was joined by a great number of international professionals engaged in the field of cultural heritage. The event titled “Horizons for Heritage Research – Towards a Cluster on Cultural Heritage“, took place … Continue reading