Progetto di ricerca CHARTER | Report: “Who is not a stakeholder in cultural heritage?”

Dic 16, 2022 | news editoria, ricerca

Si segnala l’ultimo rapporto edito dal progetto di ricerca europeo CHARTER: Report: “Who is not a stakeholder in cultural heritage?
Deliverable D4.1 – Mapping dynamics of internal and external CH stakeholders.

Si allegano il documento di riferimento:


Progetto “CHARTER – European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance” (

Il progetto, finanziato dal programma Erasmus+, mira a creare una strategia globale e duratura per garantire che l’Europa disponga, in futuro, delle competenze settoriali e trasversali necessarie in materia di conoscenza, tutela, conservazione, restauro, gestione e valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale, nel più ampio senso possibile.

Il consorzio di ricerca riunisce 47 membri, di 14 Paesi europei, che rappresentano  in vario modo i sistemi di educazione, istruzione e formazione, gli enti pubblici, le organizzazioni professionali di settore, atttivi nel vasto campo del Cultural Heritage.

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