The invitation letter was accompanied with results from a recent impact analysis of the Austrian museum sector to further showcase the importance of museums and why adequate funding is necessary. The politicians are invited to a behind the scenes experience to gain a deeper understanding of the many layers of a museum and the many different tasks that are found within the museum.
NEMO is offering resources on how to orgnaise a political internship in museums on its website.
Learn more about the NEMO Political Internships in Museums here. Next to particpate in the iniative is the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) President Luca Jahier who will join the staff at the Royal Museums of Turin, Italy, on 24 May 2019.