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Heritage IV newsletter: project seeks to achieve public awareness and appropriation

8 janvier 2010

The third issue of the EU-funded project EuroMed Heritage IV newsletter focuses on the project’s aim of achieving public awareness and appropriation as well as the involvement of wide sections of the populations around the Mediterranean in heritage initiatives.

The 12-page newsletter, ‘Connecting 3’, includes two features, one on “Engaging the Participation of the Elders” and the other one “A Perspective on Cultural Heritage”, an interview with Dahlia El Khoury Sader, coordinator of the project “Foundations for a strong future”, implemented under the Euromed Heritage IV programme, and a second one with the Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation (CCHP) in Bethlehem.  The newsletter also contains a selection of programme news, events and photographs.

Euromed Heritage IV is an EU-funded project, with €17 million over four years, which contributes to the exchange of experiences on cultural heritage, creates networks and promotes cooperation. It focuses on the appropriation by the local populations of their cultural heritage and favours access to education and knowledge of cultural heritage. It supports a framework for the exchange of experiences, channels for the dissemination of best practices and new perspectives aimed at the development of an institutional cultural environment.

Euromed Heritage IV – Connecting Issue 3

Euromed Heritage IV – fiche and news

Euromed Heritage IV – website

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