CulturalBase project concludes with new publication
News, Intercultural Dialogue, Museums as Social Agents, Audience Development | 01.09.2017
"Roadmap for Cultural Heritage and European Identities through Cltural Memory, Cultural Inclusion and Cultural Creativity" was the publication presented as the final result of the project which seeked to analyse and identify some of the main debates and controversies around culture.
With the publication of the “Roadmap for Cultural Heritage and European Identities through Cultural Memory, Cultural Inclusion and Cultural Creativity” the Consortium finalises the CulturalBase project which has run from May 2015 to May 2017. The Roadmap documents the different steps of the project, highlights the main points debated and the main conclusions reached through a participative process. Indeed, while initial topics for reflection were proposed by the consortium partners, non-academic stakeholders took centre stage in the second phase through both online and on-site consultations at the Platform’s workshops and conferences. Thus, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers have collaborated in developing a new research and policy agenda on culture’s role in Europe today as proposed in the present Roadmap.
This text was taken from the Cultural Base website where the latest publication is also avialable for download.