The EU peer-learning programme Cultural Heritage in Action, of which ERRIN is a partner, has launched a collection of good practices from EU cities, regions, urban and non-urban and rural areas. The practices will allow the project to empower cities and regions to strengthen their cultural heritage policies and initiatives as well as to develop innovative solutions to preserve cultural heritage assets.
With an introduction from Commissioner Mariya Gabriel, the catalogue contains practices from dozens of European regions, cities and areas, focussed on three themes:
- Participatory governance of cultural heritage
- Adaptive reuse of built heritage
- Quality of interventions on cultural heritage.
Learn more in the attached catalogue of good practices.