Heritage interpretation is a well-tested way of connecting people and places. At the conference of Interpret Europe, organised by Herita, we want to stimulate thinking on how heritage interpretation can help to experience and take action on important European subjects such as sustainability, lifelong learning, human rights, active citizenship and peace.
The Interpret Europe Conference 2016 is an international meeting and network event for professionals in heritage interpretation and for people who would like to know more about the subject. The topic of the conference organised by Herita, Flanders Heritage Association, is how heritage interpretation can contribute in making Europe’s identity more tangible to its citizens, how its citizens can take ownership of their own past and how they can contribute to develop Europe’s core values for the future. The conference will be held in Mechelen, Belgium on 21-24 May 2016.
How heritage interpretation can contribute to making Europe’s identity more tangible to its citizens, how its citizens can take ownership of their own past and how they can contribute to develop Europe’s core values will be the topic of the 6th Interpret Europe conference that is being organised by Herita: Flanders Heritage Association. We welcome presentations that are theoretical or describe case studies or good practices as well as proposals for practical workshops.
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