Nemo EU Museum Trio Conference: Museums and Social Responsibility, Values revisited

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What social responsibility means for museums?
This is the main question explored in this multiple initiative of online meetings promoted by Nemo, the Network of European Museum Organizations.
The conference is co-hosted with the German Museums Association and is organised within the framework of Germany’s presidency of the Council of the European Union.
NEMO is opening the stage for projects connected to the conference theme. Posters and video presentations  are very welcome and must be submitted by 13 September 2020.
Presentations, panel discussions and workshops will be focused on the following topics:

  • Community involvement
  • Education and culture
  • Employment creation and skills development
  • Social investment
  • Technology development and access issue

On 18 September, attendees have to choose one of the three inspiring webinars running in parallel:
-Bettina Kurz will teach how museums can make their work visible and measurable.
-Fabian Schnedler will speak about the pressing need for systematic change to improve social inclusion.
-Małgorzata Zając will explain why modern technology is becoming increasingly important to attract visitors.
To participate in the free conference, it is required the registration via an account on Hopin.
Register here
Participate! And share the hashtag: #EUMuseumTrio
Download the Flyer and the Programme
Speakers Webpage:https://www.ne-mo.org/about-us/eu-presidency-museum-conference/speakers.html
Conference Webpage: www.ne-mo.org/museumtrio
More information on video presentation and posters submission here
Workshops information here
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