CH Symposium and Policy debate

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SYMPOSIUM_POLICY-DEBATE-00One year after the Brussels launch of the European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH), REACH Social Platform for participatory approaches and social innovation in culture was presented a two-day event in Brussels on the 20th and the 21st of March 2019.

 

On the first day a Symposium entitled “Horizons for Heritage Research – Towards a Cluster on Cultural Heritage” took place in Covent Garden Building A 1210 Sint-Joost-ten-Node; the aim was to agree on the content of a Manifesto that will provide the basis for the creation and the sustainability of a research stakeholder cluster on Cultural Heritage.

 

In the morning of the second day a high-level policy debate on Cultural Heritage and the Cultural and Creative Industries in Horizon Europe was organized. This debate brought together research stakeholders and top European policy-makers to reflect on the results achieved and perspectives for European funded research and innovation on cultural heritage and the cultural and creative industries.
The debate took place in the House of European History.

 

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For further information and contacts: info@reach-culture.eu

 

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