Policy suggestions from ECHE project

One of the final outputs of the ECHE project that has recently been finalised is the Policy paper. It unites various perspectives generated during the run of the project and, based on that, synthetizes policy suggestions. The paper includes accounts and insights generated during a project training (conducted in Estonia), gives outlines of the other

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Developments in the course of the project During the run of the ECHE project, Estonia received a piece of good news directly related to the topic of cultural heritage. Tartu, a city in Southern Estonia where the national University of Tartu, a project partner, is based, won the privilege to become the European Capital of

Culture Than Inspires

“Culture night” is a one-night cultural festival in Vilnius, which is the capital of Lithuania. This festival occurs annually in June or July. Nevertheless in 2020, due to global pandemic situation it is planned to be moved to autumn. Festival will welcome guests with slogan “Culture that inspires”. The Culture Night in Vilnius has been

Lithuania and Cultural Heritage

The largest part of Lithuania’s cultural heritage consists of archaeological, urban and architectural items. Archaeological and mythological heritage sites are situated all over the country by a great diversity: mounds, ancient ramparts and defensive fortifications, ruins and remains of buildings, places of religious worship, etc. Urban values ​​include historic old towns, historic parts of cities,

DIGITAL COMMUNICATION In the service of Cultural Heritage

In every day life, does innovation seem distant? New skills linked to Cultural Heritage support the ways of living and help developping the local communities. ECHE project supports the Cultural Heritage and promotes the innovation by bringing together local actors and youth for new entrepreneurial friendly solutions and capacity development of cultural players. Young persons

ENTERPRENEURIAL Skills related to Cultural Heritage In the service of Cultural Heritage

The GAME “Be the Architect of your Life” reinforces Cultural Heritage enterprise management and local sustainable development. The built scenarios develop business routes related to CH. The gamers stimulate job potentials, develop skills, competences and know-how. The gamers can self assessed through playing. The developped game is bridging the gap between creativity, culture, enterpreneurial culture

Cultural heritage workshop

The goal of meeting is to share knowledge about cultural heritage and cultural diversity with youngsters and to help them to develop their content knowledge within this topic area. Workshop starts with the introduction of what is cultural heritage and why is it important to preserve it. Participants are introduced into tangible and non tangible

Google Arts & Culture (https://artsandculture.google.com/)

With Google Arts & Culture you can visit top exhibits, enlarge artwork in detail and browse thousands of photos, videos, and manuscripts. Create your own collections and share them with your friends. Travel anywhere by sightseeing, famous buildings, and wonders, on your screen or VR. Learn something new every day. The purpose of Google Arts

European Cultural Heritage Entrepreneurship (E.C.H.E.)

Το έργο European Cultural Heritage Entrepreneurship (ECHE) συμβάλλει στην ανάπτυξη και αξιολόγηση των επιχειρηματικών δεξιοτήτων για την επιχειρηματικότητα πολιτιστικής κληρονομιάς και στη βελτίωση των ψηφιακών ικανοτήτων στους νέους, υποστηρίζοντας εξατομικευμένες μαθησιακές προσεγγίσεις, συνεργατική μάθηση και στρατηγική χρήση των ΤΠΕ. Κύριες ομάδες στόχου είναι : άνεργοι νέοι με περιορισμένες ευκαιρίες, καθώς και νέοι εργαζόμενοι καθώς και


Cultural heritage is not only monuments and collections of objects but also all living traditions transmitted by our ancestors: oral expressions, including language, performing arts, social practices, rites and parties, knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe , traditional crafts. This intangible cultural heritage is fundamental in maintaining cultural diversity in the face of