CHARTER Cultural Heritage Sector Dynamics’ survey

As part of the CHARTER Consortium, ERRIN would like to invite you to participate in the CHARTER Cultural Heritage Sector Dynamics’ survey, which will give us a picture of how stakeholders in cultural heritage engage and interact with each other in an effort to map and analyse the dynamic networks that exist and those that can develop further. 

We also invite you to support CHARTER research by disseminating the invitation to your networks, colleagues and affiliated institutions. There is no limit in how many can take the survey. Every answer we receive helps us to have a truly representative sample of our professional and extended ecosystem.

We would appreciate if you could also publish the survey via your digital platforms. 

Cultural Heritage Actions to Refine Training, Education and Roles (CHARTER) seeks to create a lasting, comprehensive sectoral skills strategy to guarantee that Europe has the necessary cultural heritage skills to support sustainable societies and economies, including transversal competences such as digital/technological and green/blue economy skills.

The survey you are asked to undertake aims to:

  • Investigate the views of stakeholders’ on challenges, constraints and gaps regarding skills and competences, needs and education and training supply. 
  • Examine different stakeholders’ wider challenges such as climate change, mobility, continuous professional development, digital shift and sectoral integration. 

There are no identifiers in the survey, so the survey is anonymous and confidential. Your participation is always entirely voluntary. It will take you approximately 10 minutes to complete a questionnaire on your personal or institutional views. 

Only the researchers from the University of Gothenburg will have access to the data. After publication of the results, these data will be destroyed. The survey involves no risks associated with this study. If you have any questions or queries about the survey, please contact the University of Gothenburg research team through  

The survey is multilingual, please choose the appropriate language. 


Scan the QR code or use the direct link to access the survey: