The SOPHIA Social Platform launched its first Newsletter

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This first edition of the SOPHIA project Newsletter “Cultural Heritage and Impact Assessment” provides a general overview of the mission and challenges of the social platform. It invites to reflect on the importance to assess and evaluate projects dealing with cultural heritage by adopting an holistic point of view.
It also introduces the first outputs of the projects presenting the outcomes of the first workshop, the first scientific production and new collaborations.
The full title of SOPHIA is “Social Platform for Holistic Impact Heritage Assessment” and it aims to promote collective reflection within the cultural and political sector in Europe on the impact assessment and quality of interventions in European historical environment and cultural heritage at urban level.
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