How museums can use the SDGs

Watch Henry McGhie's Webinar from 27 November 2019 to learn how museums can use the SDGs. The webinar explores the background of the SDGs and what they aim to achieve; why all museums should connect with them; the benefits of doing so; and the main ways they can incorporate the SDGs into their planning, activity and reporting, across all areas of their activity.


NEMO Political Internship

Luca Jahier, President of the European Economic and Social Committee, participated in NEMO's museum advocacy initiative Political Internships in Museums in May 2019. The initiative intends to create direct contact between museums and European politicians and decision-makers. Watch the video to join the experience that left Luca Jahier with a greater awareness of museums and museum work that stretches beyond the exhibition halls.


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Join a NEMO study visit to learn about...

NEMO Working Group Museums and Creative Industries will meet in Belgrade and Novi Sad, Serbia, from 13-15 May 2020 for its yearly study visit. The group has a fully packed programme with museum visits and presentations in regard...

NEMO webinar on how museums can use the...

Henry McGhie’s webinar Using the Sustainable Development Goals in Museums from 27 November 2019 has been added to NEMO’s library of webinars.

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Guidelines on how to implement the DSM...

Communia has released guidelines for the implementation of the DSM Directive. The guidelines are helpful to museums as well as other cultural organisations to understand the implications of the EU Digital Single Market Strategy....

Museums association directors met to learn how to navigate the EU policy and...

On 7 November 2019, right before NEMO’s European Museum Conference 2019, the first NEMO Directors' Meeting took place at the...

Museums show their support for climate action

On 29 November 2019, the Global Climate Strike took place. The NEMO office walked as #MuseumsForFuture together with members and other museum professionals in Berlin, Germany, and museums from across the world joined in.


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