SCH - Report on the live video discussions on 23, 25, 26 June 2020
On 23, 25 and 26 June, three themes that surfaced during this round of brainstorming were discussed in greater depth in three live video meetings, each involving a different group of participants and covering a specific theme: Heritage and Sustainable Development Goals, Heritage and the Political- Historical Dimension, and Finding Common Ground. This report provides a brief summary of the outcomes of each session.
Download "Shared Cultural Heritage Programme 2021- 2024: Report on the live video discussions on 23, 25, 26 June 2020"
In the first week of June, a four-day online brainstorming session took place to provide input for the Shared Cultural Heritage Programme of the Cultural Heritage Agency (RCE) for the policy period 2021-2024. Colleagues from current and future partner countries shared their insights and suggestions via a digital forum on Societal Challenges, Opportunities and Risks for the programme and lessons learned from our altered working practices in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. The report is available on this website.