SoPHIA Final Conference: Social Platform for Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment

Share

News from the UNCHARTED community!

The SoPHIA project (Social Platform for Holistic Impact Heritage Assessment ) is drawing to an end and has announced that its Final Conference, to discuss the results achieved, will be held on 16-17 December 2021 in hybrid format, in Rome and online.

The project, started in January 2020, aims to promote collective reflection within the European cultural and political sector on the impact assessment and the quality of interventions in the historical environment and in the cultural heritage at an urban level.

SoPHIA´s work was focus at creating a community of stakeholders from different fields and disciplines that work together towards the definition of an effective impact assessment model, quality standards and guidelines for future policies and programmes.

The agenda of the event includes two rich days of discussions and presentations:

  • the first day will focus on new scenarios for cultural heritage,
  • the second day will be about the SoPHIA Impact Assessment Model and and its concrete applicability, recommendations for cultural heritage policies.

The conference will facilitate discussions and exchange with relevant stakeholders and suggest recommendations for policy, action and research as well as prospects for the future.
Cultural heritage experts from European networks and organizations will be able to dialogue in view of the future deployment of the model in the cultural heritage sector.

Registration for online attendance is available here.
The programme is available here.

 

Leave a Reply


Related Articles

Cultural Heritage as a Source of Societal Well-being in European Regions, HERIWELL Workshop
The ESPON week will take place from 30 May to 3 June 2022, organized in collaboration with the French Presidency of the EU Council in the framework of ESPON Cooperation Programme, with the aim of supporting policy development for promoting territorial cohesion and harmonious development of the European territory. Through different presentations and interactive workshops participants will get an update on the latest ESPON evidence. During the week two new policy briefs summarizing ESPON EU-...
International Conference on Cultural Heritage and Spatial Planning
News from UNCHARTED community! HERILAND (Cultural Heritage and the Planning of European Landscapes), the EU Marie Curie Innovative Training Network, has opened registration for the international conference on Cultural Heritage and Spatial Planning, which will be held in Amsterdam from 11 to 14 October 2022. During the conference, the Heriland consortium will share its findings with an international audience of academic and societal partners, including EU officials, Unesco chairs, policymak...
MESOC meeting in Athens
These days, from 4 to 6 May 2022, MESOC project is holding a 3-day event in Athens, hosted by DAEM S.A. (City of Athens IT Company), organized in three workshops that explore different topics: a workshop on the Delphi consultation with invited experts exploring the survey's results a public workshop on the toolkit applications developed by MESOC and their objectives for cultural policies a working session on the results of policy dialogues. These three workshops allow MESOC to arti...
NEMO webinar on using cultural heritage to foster social cohesion: the MEMEX project
On April 27, NEMO (the Network of European Museum Organizations) organized a webinar focusing on the use of cultural heritage to promote social cohesion by strengthening historically under-represented communities. For the occasion, the experts of the MEMEX project will be present to provide a strong example of how cultural heritage and its reinterpretation and reuse through digital storytelling are a key means to shape a more inclusive society. MEMEX (MEMories and EXperiences for inclusive...