Three panels will be organized during the conference; “Non-European perspectives on colonialism in Museums”,” Diversity in curatorship”, and “Creating Networks – Learning from experiences”. Sani will participate in the later and share her expertise gained from being part of the NEMO network.
The project SWICH - Sharing a World of Inclusion, Creativity and Heritage, gathers 10 European museums who reflect on current issues concerning the role of ethnographic museums within an increasingly differentiated European society. The project started in November 2014 and will end in September 2018.
Access the website of the SWICH project here.