ROCK Open Knowledge Week

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After the annulation of the conference in Bologna, scheduled on 14-15 May, Rock project presents the ROCK Open Knowledge Week, an interactive online experience on the topic: Cultural Heritage as Oxygen in Times of Crisis.
The event is aimed at local administrations, businesses, policy makers and researchers, more generally to all those looking for new ways in which cultural heritage can contribute to the regeneration, sustainable development and economic growth of cities.

At the Open Knowledge Week, the ten ROCK cities – Athens, Bologna, Cluj-Napoca, Eindhoven, Lisbon, Liverpool, Lyon, Skopje, Turin, and Vilnius, will share their results, lessons learned, and best practices.
Over the three years of the project they had develop innovative solutions and tested numerous tools aimed at shaping sustainable, heritage-led urban futures.
They demonstrated the value of cultural heritage as the driving force behind urban sustainability.

The event will take place online and the participation is open for everyone and free of charge.

It will be possible to engage with other participants in chat rooms, answer surveys, leave ideas on a brainstorming whiteboard, and, in a dedicated Q&A space, ask questions.

For more information and to know when registration will open, please watch this page.

 

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