Friday June 10, 14h-15h30 CET
A webinar on cultural heritage protection and preservation in challenging times through active citizenship mobilisations inside and outside universities. The webinar will share examples of how individuals, physical and online communities have engaged with universities as well as with cultural organisations in times of Ukrainian cultural heritage threat.
In this context, citizen engagement will be the key to understanding how social participation can be a game changer in community-based actions for cultural heritage.
- Julia Pagel, Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO)
- Andreas Segerberg, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
- Vasyl Rozhko, heritage rescue expert, Ukraine
- Katerina Zourou and Stefania Oikonomou, Web2Learn.
Moderator: Michael Peter Edson, Cultural Strategist, Europeana Adviser
Convenor: Katerina Zourou, Web2Learn
Who is it for?
The webinar is open to amateurs and experts interested in cultural heritage protection and preservation under extreme conditions and how citizen engagement can be enhanced through cooperation between citizen communities and Higher Education Institutions. Moreover, the webinar will also deal with the work carried out by cultural organisations within and outside of Ukraine. You don’t have to be an expert in the field or a specialised researcher in the cultural sector to follow our webinar. Everyone is welcome to join! Registration link
What is the INOS project?
The Erasmus+ project, INOS (Integrating Open and Citizen Science into Active Learning Approaches in Higher Education), aims to foster the social impact of universities as knowledge creation, sharing and (re-) use ecosystems in the digital economy and to better situate their role in current demands for civic engagement, societal impact and learning opportunities for all.
INOS is funded under the Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships program. Project Number: 2019-1-DK01-KA203-06026