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“Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe: Towards a European Index for Cultural Heritage” (CHCFE) is a two-year project funded by the EU Culture Programme (2007-2013) that aims to raise greater awareness on the multiple benefits of cultural heritage and present policy recommendations for tapping into heritage’s full potential. As the CHCFE project gains momentum analysing existing evidence of the many impacts of cultural heritage in Europe, the project consortium would like to present you with the latest project news and updates.
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Mapping existing evidence on the impacts of cultural heritage
It is an ambitious and monumental task to gather existing evidence, research, case studies, publications, projects and other material that demonstrate heritage’s social, economic, cultural and environmental impacts in Europe. How do researchers go about collecting these resources on the multiple benefits of cultural heritage? What are some of the challenges encountered so far? CHCFE research teams in Poland and Belgium provide an update to readers and explain how heritage stakeholders can help. Read more…
Does Cultural Heritage Count for Europe?
On 19 September in Brno, Czech Republic, project partner, ENCATC organised the seminar “Does Cultural Heritage Count for Europe?” through its Thematic Area “Understanding Heritage”. Academics, researchers and heritage operators from Belgium, France, Italy, the Philippines, Poland, Serbia, Spain, and Switzerland shared information, research and examples responding to challenges in the heritage sector and having an important impact on cultural heritage in Europe. The CHCFE project was just one example presented to nourish the discussions. Read more…
International debate and lecture in Krakow “What is Heritage Worth?”
On the evening of 16 and 17 October in Krakow, Poland, the International Cultural Centre, a partner of the Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe project, will be organising an international expert debate and lecture on “What is heritage worth?” For the debate, invited experts from Western Europe and Poland will present the four pillars of impact of cultural heritage as part of the European project “Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe: Towards a European Index for Cultural Heritage”. Read more…
Save the Date: “Heritage Counts” International Conference // 3-6 Feb. 2015 in Leuven
This international conference on the economic, social, environmental and cultural impact of immovable heritage will take place from 3-6 February 2015 in Leuven, Belgium. Organised by the Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation (RLICC) at KU Leuven in collaboration with Europa Nostra, this event will bring together European policymakers and international researchers involved in cultural heritage. This edition of the RLICC’s yearly Thematic Week grew out of the valorisation actions implemented within the Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe project. Mark your calendars and join us next February!
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The project consortium is composed of six partners: Europa Nostra (project leader), ENCATC (The leading European Network on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education, Belgium), Heritage Europe-EAHTR (European Association of Historic Towns and Regions, UK), ENCATC member, The International Cultural Centre (Krakow, Poland), The Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation (RLICC, KU Leuven, Belgium), and The Heritage Alliance (as associate partner from England, UK).