PERICLES - maritime cultural heritage

 

PERICLES - PRESERVING AND SUSTAINABLY GOVERNING CULTURAL HERITAGE AND LANDSCAPES IN EUROPEAN COASTAL AND MARITIME REGIONS

PERICLES promotes sustainable, participatory governance of cultural heritage in European coastal and maritime regions through a unique interdisciplinary and geographically wide-ranging approach.

The overall aim of the project is to develop and demonstrate a comprehensive framework to understand, preserve and utilize maritime cultural heritage for societal good.

 

OUR SEA, OUR HERITAGE

Film about the PERICLES Stakeholder day in Texel April 2019

OUR SEA, OUR HERITAGE is filmed during the Pericles first stakeholder knowledge exchange workshop held in April 2019 in Texel, Den Helder, The Netherlands. The rationale for the workshop was to share experiences of management of Coastal and Maritime Cultural Heritage (CMCH) in the case regions of the Pericles projects. In total, 10 invited guest stakeholders participated in the workshop along with project partners and two members of the PERICLES Science-Impact Advisory Committee.

Link to the video from the stakeholder workshop: https://vimeo.com/343258326

Aknowledgement

This project has received funding from the European Commission Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 770504

Facts

Project budget: € 2,5 M.

Partners: 11

Start date: May 1, 2018

Duration: 36 months

Online Stakeholder Exchange Space on Maritime Cultural Heritage

www.Facebook.com/groups/2027676864205010/

Aim: to foster communication, dialogue and the sharing of ideas and experiences on current practices in the management and preservation of cultural heritage in different European countries.