Now online: NEMO webinar on museums' role in supporting community wellbeing

On 29 April 2021, Dr. John Falk and Judith Koke, Institute for Learning Innovation, invited to a conversation about the museum's role in supporting the community in terms of four types of wellbeing: physical, intellectual, social...

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Step-by-step guides on implementing...

Ki Culture has released three guides that promise simple step-by-step guidance to implementing sustainable changes within cultural heritage institutions. Each guide focus on different themes, which include Waste and Material,...

 
NEMO discussed community engagement at the Interpret Israeli National Museum Conference

On 25 January 2020, NEMO Secretary General Julia Pagel delivered an online presentation and Q&A at the fourth Interpret IL Israeli...

MEPs call for a durable policy to mitigate pandemic’s effects on cultural heritage

On Wednesday 20 January 2021, the Members of Parliament (MEPs) voted in favour of adopting a resolution on achieving an effective...

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Danish museums welcomed 3 million less...

A survey by the Danish Museums Association indicates that visitor numbers in 2020 dropped by a third compared to 2019.

 
Kick-off of project that will improve skills...

From 11-14 January 2021, NEMO attended virtual kick-off meetings of the Erasmus+ funded project CHARTER – the European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance. 27 organisations from across the cultural heritage sector will collaborate...

 
NEMO follow-up report on the continued impact...

In a new report NEMO analyses how museums have been affected by the pandemic. The findings and recommendations follow up on the main themes that emerged in the first report, namely consequences of losses, digital offers and...

 
Portugal hosts the Presidency of the Council of the European Union

From 1 January-30 June 2021, Portugal will preside the Council of the European Union for the fourth time.

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The Finnish Heritage Agency publishes a...

The Finnish Heritage Agency has made more than 200,000 high-resolution pictures freely accessible through the Finna Service. The Agency wants to make cultural heritage as accessible, open and usable as possible.

 
NEMO Publication on the social responsibility...

To reach as many people as possible with the main messages of the conference Museums and Social Responsibility - Values revisited, NEMO and the German Museums Association are proud to present a publication with texts based on the...