The European Heritage Hub project is looking for good practices
The European Heritage Hub is collecting good practices to share throughout Europe and beyond! Administrations of a city or region are asked to submit highlights of their work in heritage in the context of the ‘triple transformation ’ – green, digital and social – of our society.
To do so, please fill out this online form with a description of a practice in your area. Ten practices will be selected for publication and promotion through the European Heritage Hub. Cities whose good practices are selected also get the opportunity to host a peer learning visit with a delegation of 20 participants funded by the project (3 peer learning visits will take place between Q2 2024 and Q1 2025).
The European Heritage Hub offers this training and capacity-building programme aimed at city representatives and heritage professionals to share good practices and equip them with the skills to tackle environmental, digital, and social challenges related to heritage in their local contexts.
This will be done through:
Collecting and showcasing ten inspirational practices from across Europe, emphasising impacts and transferability from one local context to others; these practices will be selected through this open call.
Organising two onsite peer-learning visits in the European cities/regions and one onsite peer-learning visit dedicated to the city/region in the Caucasus (in Armenia, Azerbaijan, or Georgia) taking place in 2024-2025, allowing participants to learn from each other and from experts.
Organising four thematic ‘sharing local stories’ online workshops exploring the identified good practices.
Peer-learning visits and online workshops are aimed at policymakers and city practitioners (at political/decision-making and technical levels from city or regional administrations), cultural heritage professionals, civil society organisations, NGOs, cultural initiatives/projects, local/regional organisations, thematic associations.
The deadline for applications has been extended to 10 January 2024.