An EU-funded project has helped expand the practice of 'preventive archaeology' in Eastern Europe, contributing to the preservation of important heritage sites.
Saving our landscapes saves our planet
Results of four years of complex transdisciplinary research into agricultural landscapes, cultural heritage and sustainable development are explained by cartoons of the MEMOLA project.
For further results please check out the project website
Innovation and Cultural Heritage
20 March, Brussels, Belgium
The high-level Horizon 2020 conference – organised by the European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, in close cooperation with Directorates General for Education and Culture and for Communications Networks, Content and Technology – will showcase the dialogue between contemporary European society and the most promising innovations in the field of Cultural Heritage that European policies and funds have supported.
Do you share, access or use cultural heritage materials online?
The Commission has launched a public consultation on Europeana, the European online platform, to hear the opinions from citizens and organisations with a personal or professional interest in digital culture available online. We wish to know how citizens, professionals and organisations use the platform that gives access to over 53 million items including image, text, sound, video and 3D material from the collections of over 3,700 libraries, archives, museums, galleries and audio-visual collections across Europe.
- Public consultation on Europeana (Europe's digital platform for cultural heritage)
(The public consultation will be open until 14 January 2018)
Re-framing the EU’s commitment to human rights
EU-funded researchers reframe the EU’s commitment to human rights to better address today’s multiple global challenges.