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EPALE - Plataforma electrónica dedicada a la enseñanza para adultos en Europa


GREECE Protect our culture heritage

por Eugénie B
Idioma: EN

For the #ErasmusDays2018, the EPALE teams wished to raise awareness about the European Union commitment in adult lifelong learning. They created a digital exhibition with 22 different projects, demonstrating the variety of practices across Europe.


Photo © InHerit project

InHerit is a joint interdisciplinary international Erasmus+ project aiming to increase public awareness on the economic value of built cultural heritage and its crucial role in generating regional and local development. The project aims to reach 2 200 people directly involved in four countries (R, UK, CY, IT) and expects to provide a paradigm at European level, affecting the related policies as well.

To achieve this goal, there were a specific creating process. First, a platform was set up in order to interact and enhance communication when sharing information. The current international good practices were evaluated and assessed. Materials were developed to train individuals in cultural heritage in general and then in related social entrepreneurship initiatives. By analysing the experiences gained, the pedagogical material were customised in order to fit with every different local contexts. Finally, seminars and hands-on workshop were organised, along with open lectures, online videos in order de disseminate the project outputs across the EU.

Read more about the exhibition process and find the table of contents with all the projects : EPALE blog post /en/blog/adult-learning-european-digital-exhibition.




Promoting Cultural Heritage as a Generator of Sustainable Development


General public



The Technical University of Crete School of Architecture (Greece), the University of Athens Department of Economics (Greece), the Maniatakeion Foundation (Greece), The Centre for Mediterranean Architecture of the Municipality of Chania, KEPPEDIH-CAM (Greece), The Middlesex University Business School (UK), The Neapolis University of Pafos School of Architecture, Land and Environmental Sciences (Cyprus) and The Fondazione Flaminia at Ravenna (Italia)


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