Welcome to JPI on Cultural Heritage
The JPI CH participated to the European Culture Forum held in Brussels on 19-20 April 2016. The event organized by the European Commission was a relevant occasion for gathering diverse dimensions working in the wide field of culture. Key players and policy makers highlighted the great contribution of culture to… continue reading →
CHeriScape is a landscape-focussed network funded within the European Joint Programming Initiative for Cultural Heritage. Project members come from a wide range of landscape and heritage related disciplines and areas of practice. You can find more about it here – CheriScape. Following previous conferences in (Ghent, July 2014; Amersfoort, November 2014; Oslo, May 2015 and… continue reading →
HEURIGHT: Legal Process of Restitution of Artifacts to Home Countries, 26 April 2016, Kadir Has University, Istanbul
On 26 April 2016, Andrzej Jakubowski, HEURIGHT’s Project Leader, will participate in the seminar Legal Process of Restitution of Artifacts to Home Countries at the Kadir Has University in Instanbul (Turkey). He will give a paper entitled ‘EU Legal Avenues and Developments on Restitution of Artifacts’. Visit the Project website.
HEURIGHT14: Conference “The Return of Cultural Objects within the European Union. Implementing the Directive 2014/60/EU” On 21 and 22 March 2016, HEURIGHT14 ‘The Right to Cultural Heritage – Its Protection and Enforcement through Cooperation in the European Union” hosted its first research conference: ‘The Return of Cultural Objects within the… continue reading →
The European Commission is starting to prepare the next Horizon 2020 Work Programme for the period 2018-2019-2020, and it has launched a consultation of stakeholders on potential priorities for research and innovation. The JPI CH has been involved in the consultation process for Challenge 5 “Climate action, environment, resource efficiency… continue reading →
Heritage Plus is an Era-Net plus action started in 2013 that supports the JPI CH by proposing concrete solutions for pooling national expertise and resources and establishing closer and robust collaboration among the participating States in the field of Cultural Heritage. Project Partners met in Brussels on the 17th March… continue reading →