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Digital Historic Urban Landscape Methodology for Heritage Impact Assessment of Singapore

This research aims to show and explain the evolution of the architectural heritage of Singapore through the use of digital technologies that favour a participatory, dynamic and sharing approach. The research carries out an inventory of the information technology currently … Continue reading


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Brtnice town, Czech Republic, struck by flash flood after torrential rain

Czech Republic, 1st June 2018 – Brtnice, one of the Associated Partners of the REACH project (Small Towns Heritage Pilot), was severely hit by rain and flood on Friday 31st May afternoon. Water and mud damaged about 20 buildings, carried … Continue reading


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REACH Project at the European Cultural Heritage Summit

In the framework of the European Cultural Heritage Summit, the REACH Project was presented at two conferences: 20 June, ROCK session “Cultural Heritage connects!”. An event dedicated to ROCK (Regeneration and Optimisation of Cultural Heritage in creative and Knowledge cities), … Continue reading


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Upcoming workshop: “Diversity and Local Contexts: Adaptation and Heritage”

The Faculty of Social Sciences (Institute of Sociological Studies)  and the Faculty of Arts  (Institute of World History) of Charles University in cooperation with  the Czech division of the UNESCO–MOST Program, organized a 2 days workshop on”Diversity and Local Contexts: … Continue reading


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MEMOLab: May initiatives for the recovery of historical irrigation systems in Sierra Nevada

MEMOLab laboratory of the University of Granada continues the planning and implementation of events dedicated to the recovery and use of historical irrigation systems in the territory of Sierra Nevada. The 5th of May in cooperation with the Town Hall … Continue reading


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Upcoming Europeana Collection Day at #ReachYourCulture Conference: let’s share your own story!

In the framework of the REACH Opening Conference “Resilient Cultural Heritage and Communities in Europe“, Europeana will hold a parallel event in which all attendees and citizens are invited to contribute by sharing their family’s stories on travels, migrations, origins … Continue reading


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Cultural Heritage Mission in Japan

Between 7 and 15 April 2018, Gábor Sonkoly, the academic coordinator of Minority Heritage Pilot of REACH project, visited eight Japanese universities (Buddhist Postgraduate College, Josai University, Meiji University, Nishogakusha University in Tokyo, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Otani University, … Continue reading


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REACH Conference in GUIDE@HAND Budapest smartphone application!

The e-Learning department of  the institute for computer science and control,  Hungarian Academy of Sciences, MTA SZTAKI has contributed to get closer to REACH opening conference by charging the upcoming event on its new software for  smart phones, tablets,iOS and … Continue reading


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Get involved! REACH opening conference “Resilient Cultural Heritage and Communities in Europe”

Everything’s ready for the upcoming REACH project Opening Conference, and the banner is already displayed on the facade of the Hungarian National Museum: from 10th to 11th of May, high-level experts will meet in Budapest to discuss and compare successful … Continue reading


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3rd General Assembly of “Iniciativa Comunales”

From 27 to 29 of April, the MEMOLab Laboratory, from the University of Granada, collaborated in the organization of the General Assembly of Communal Initiatives. Different stakeholders met at the workshop sharing their own experiences about communal management of the … Continue reading