SoPHIA joins forces with two EU-funded projects on Cultural Heritage

SoPHIA – Social Platform for Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the REACH project. REACH – Re-designing Access to Cultural Heritage for a wider participation in preservation, (re-)use and management of European culture is also funded by the EU Horizon 2020 project and is led by Coventry University in the United Kingdom. SoPHIA and REACH commit thus to collaborate in terms of communicating and disseminating outputs and results of both projects. We thank the organization Promoter for facilitating this contact.

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SoPHIA also collaborates with the ForHeritage – Excellence in heritage management in central Europe project, funded by the Interreg Central Europe programme and led by the Province of West Pomerania in Poland. SoPHIA was invited to speak and contribute its approach on cultural heritage impact assessment at the Online Webinar held on 14 October 2020. ForHeritage capitalizes on knowledge from previous Interreg and Horizon2020 projects that tested integrated approaches for the effective management of cultural heritage, namely on participatory governance, financial instruments and schemes,  public-private partnership approaches, capacity building, transferability of experiences and impact assessment. We thank the organization Finpiemonte, in Italy, for having invited us to the Webinar.

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