Yesterday, Tuesday 4th december, in the framework of the conference #Heritage for Future, organized by the European Desk of Creative Europe of Luxembourg and the European Institute of Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe, Victor Sorenssen, director of the AEPJ, and Stefanie Thomas, Project Manager of CUMEDIAE, presented the Parallel Traces Project: A new lens on Jewish Heritage.
The presentation that can be seen on the Parallel Traces Facebook page was part of a round table that highlighted the potential European networking and funding as well as the legacy of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, exploring three major topics:
- Sustainable investment: funding Cultural Heritage in Europe's regions.
- Anticipating needs and issues: towards a sustainable management of Cultural Heritage projects.
- How to combine efforts for sustainable support: fostering European synergies.
The presentation of our project raised a lot of interest among the participating public, and encouraged a very suggestive debate on new models of approach to heritage and the key role played by this type of projects in today's Europe.
Two other European projects, as well as representatives of the European Commission, the Council of Europe and Europa Nostra, participated in the conference.
We also want to highlight the conference "Discovering the Jewish heritage of Luxembourg", held by the president of the AEPJ, François Moyse, on Monday in the framework of this conference and the rendez-vous of UNESCO.
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