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Museums for sustainability

Our commitment to contribute to a better and more sustainable future does not end with NEMO's European Museum Conference 2019.

Learn how to use the Sustainable Development Goals in Henry McGhie's free NEMO Webinar on 27 November at 11:00 CET.

In Tartu, NEMO launched #MuseumsforFuture. Will you join us in your city for the Global Climate Strike on 29 November? Check out 10 Simple Actions your museum can do to support the strike and the environment in general.

Happy reading,
the NEMO office


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Two Horizon 2020 calls suitable for museums

H2020 has various open calls at the moment, among them are two that are tailored for museum participation. Both calls are open until 12 March 2020.  Read more


New Erasmus+ call especially dedicated to cultural heritage

Cultural heritage is listed as one of the sectors eligible for the Sector Skills Alliances Lot 2: Sector Skills Alliances for... Read more


NEMO welcomes a new member to the board

At NEMO’s Annual General Meeting on 9 November 2019, Aleksandra Berberih-Slana, President of the Slovenian Museums Association, was elected to join the NEMO Executive... Read more


Overview of implementation of Digital Single Market Strategy in the EU member states
Two women use a tablet to engage with an interactive art piece.

A recently released summary gives an update of the state of play of the EU’s Digital Single Market Strategy on national level.  Read more


On the agenda


NEMO Webinar - Using the Sustainable Development Goals in Museums


  Henry McGhie

  Training | NEMO event


27 - 31

FARO Winter School Cultural Heritage & Outreach, a wellbeing perspective

  Newcastle, the UK


  Events | Training


17 - 21

2021 World Conference of Public History

  Berlin, Germany

  International Federation for Public History (IFPH)

  Events | Conferences



Thinking into the future, preserving the past: Information and knowledge transfer for creative artists and preservation experts

The International trade fair for museums, preservation and cultural heritage takes place right now 20 to 22 November 2019 in Cologne, Germany. Companies from relevant disciplines will present new products, solutions and concepts. In addition, the European Heritage Association, the German Museums Association (DMB), Europa Nostra, the Association of Restorers (VDR), the Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO) and the Cologne Institute of Conservation Sciences (CICS) of the Technical University of Cologne will participate. The first German Museum Congress took place on 20 November. With its successful combination of trade fair and event programme, EXPONATEC COLOGNE provides ideal conditions for networking and knowledge transfer. 

From our members

Austrian museums in the digital age

The Austrian Museums Association has carried out a survey on the status quo of Austrian museums in the digital world. The results are now available in a publication.... Read more

Austrian Museums Association


News from our members


General Conference of The Blue Shield International

Join a conference for associations and professionals in the field of cultural heritage. The thematic areas will be care and protection in crisis situations and the... Read more

Czech Association of Museums and Galleries

Prague, Czech Republic

News from our members


View of Ireland: Collecting Photography

On display in the first photography exhibition in the history of the Gallery are works from our growing photography collection. This includes both vintage and modern... Read more

National Gallery of Ireland

Dublin, Ireland

News from our members | Exhibition

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