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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 areas of historic built environment and cultural landscapes. More than 100 participants from 18 countries actively participated. The aim of the conference was to highlight the advantages (but also disadvantages) of participatory governance, to exchange experiences and to offer advice – including dos and don’ts – for the management of future participative heritage initiatives. New insights in cultural heritage governance strategies were presented, including the results of recent research projects.

You will find them in this report:

Report of the International Conference on Built Cultural Heritage