Tag: REACH project

Participatory activity of Rural Heritage pilot

Saturday 15 February 2020 in Sorbas, Almería (Spain), MEMOLab, REACH project and local associations had collaborate in the cleanliness of Fuente de los Caños. This monumental fountain, abandoned decades ago, gave water to the town and was used as a … Continue reading


Roma Heritage:the case study of the REACH project

Last 19 February, Dr György Eszter, interviewed by the “HALLGATOI MAGAZINE” reported her direct experience in carrying on the case study of the minority heritage pilot within the REACH project. Dr György, presented a global overview of the objectives, initiatives … Continue reading


CALL for POSTERS and VIDEOS is now open for the REACH project Final Conference

This call is addressed to researchers, practitioners, professionals, citizens and in general to the representatives from the cultural heritage sector who are interested in promoting the value of cultural heritage and in supporting its public recognition.  REACH Final Conference “Designing … Continue reading


REACH at “Citizen participation and the changing meaning & value of cultural heritage across Europe” Workshop

The 29th November, in Brussels, KIK-IRPA and FARO held a workshop titled “Citizen participation and the changing meaning & value of cultural heritage across Europe”. The event was one of the outcomes of the Action Programme 2016-2019 related to the … Continue reading


Participatory approaches for territorial cohesion – REACH International Workshop

The third REACH international workshop will take place on the 26th November at the Oficina de Proyectos Internacionales (OFPI) in Granada.   It will be organized by University of Granada, REACH Partner and Leader of REACH Rural Heritage Pilot.   … Continue reading


REACH Project Best Practices on Social Participation In Cultural Heritage

The Faro Convention on the Value of Cultural Heritage for Society (Council of Europe, 2005) promotes a broader understanding of heritage in relation to communities and society, placing much emphasis on citizen participation. How can participation be done most effectively? … Continue reading


REACH project presented to the informative meeting of H2020 programme

Last Tuesday, Prof.José María Martín Civantos of the University of Granada, Task Leader of the REACH Rural Heritage Pilot, has participated in a briefing of the H2020 program entitled “Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies” organized by the Office of International … Continue reading


Platforms On The Future Of Cultural Heritage: the contribute of the REACH Project

After the remarkable experiences and results reached in the framework  of the European Year of CH 2018, the European Commission proposes new challenges and opportunities of cohesion. In this general context the event of Prague comes up in the form … Continue reading


Open-Heritage, the new Cultural Heritage platform of REACH Project is online

Open-Heritage.eu is an independent online space open to the contribution of the whole community of Heritage Research, aiming to offer a set of multidisciplinary and multimedia conduits for the exchange of expertise and experience between people and institutions. It is … Continue reading


Embedding engagement: participatory approaches to cultural heritage

The article, written by Prof. Neil Forbes and  Prof.  Silvana Colella (both from Coventry University,  REACH project coordinator and leader of the sustainability and resilience Work Package) went on-line last Saturday, in the Special Edition of the SCIRES-IT Journal titled … Continue reading