Welcome to JPI on Cultural Heritage


International Conference on Built Cultural Heritage ( report)

The conference Citizens Involved offered an international exchange of best practices of participatory governance of cultural heritage. It presented real-life projects by speakers with first-hand experiences and coming from different backgrounds. The focus was mainly on built heritage, taking into account successful examples of participation in archaeology and the larger… continue reading →

Heritage at Risk: EU research and innovation for a more resilient Cultural Heritage

European Commission has included in the issue “*Heritage at Risk: EU research and innovation for a more resilient cultural heritage*” (below attached), within the publication RESEARCH*EU, the results archived by HERITAGE PLUS funded projects. The article *Cooperation key to tackling cultural heritage threats *recognizes the role played by the JPI… continue reading →


The ten JPIs has signed a joint declaration, *Driving research and innovation to address global challenges*, that summarises the JPIs’ views and ambitions for their future development and impact. The declaration was presented at the conference *10 Years Joint Programming– Achievements and the Way Forward*, that took place in Vienna… continue reading →

PROJECTS ON ACTION – A collection of news from the research projects granted within the JPI CH joint calls.

ArCo: Project closure and participation to WOAM Conference In April, the JPI Pilot project Ageing Study of Treated Composite Archaeological Waterlogged Artefacts (ArCo) finished. For two years, scientists and conservators from Denmark, France, Italy and Norway worked together to improve the conservation of wooden objects containing unstable salts, especially iron… continue reading →

GPC meetings, Brussels

The last GPC meetings held in Brussels on 29 April and 14 June were very important for understanding what the future of JPIs will be. In particular in the second one, the new Working Group (WG) of the GPC “GPC Working Group on the Long Term Strategy of Joint Programming”… continue reading →

JPI CH institutional meetings, June 7th-8th, Rome

The GB and JHEP2 Steering Committee meetings took place at MiBACT headquarters in Rome last June (7th-8th). The meetings were the occasion to discuss about the future developments of the JPI CH also in relation to the last GPC meetings and the Evaluation Report on JPIs. This document represents an… continue reading →