The first ESACH Talks series: people and heritage. In partnership with Europa Nostra

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Last call to participate in the first ESACH Talk series that will be held online tomorrow, October 6, in partnership with Europa Nostra.

The event is planned as an interactive, very fast event (about 45 minutes) during which young perspectives on the themes related to civic involvement and democratic participation in heritage matters will be explored:
the citizens’ roles in the preservation of heritage, youth participation, participatory management strategies and participative approaches to heritage.

This first ESACH Talk series will be inspired by the work of Europa Nostra and it will include presentations by ESACH students and young professionals, and there will be time for discussions and comments.

About ESACH
The European Student’s Association for Cultural Heritage is an international network of European students and young professionals working within cultural heritage. It was established in 2017, on the occasion of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, to highlight the perspective of the younger generations regarding cultural issues of European and national importance.
ESACH aims to establish enhance interdisciplinary collaboration amongst cultural heritage students, young professionals and cultural institutions through a mutual exchange of knowledge and experience beyond geopolitical boundaries.

About Europa Nostra
Europa Nostra, “The European Voice of Civil Society committed to Cultural Heritage”, was founded in 1963 to protect and celebrate Europe’s cultural and natural heritage and to promote the value of cultural heritage for society, culture,environment, economy, well-being and for the future of Europe.
Today it is today recognised as the most representative heritage organisation in Europe with members from over 40 countries.

More information about the event here.
To register for the event here.

 

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