Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future
IFLA will be represented by Tanja Clausen, Research and Policy Officer, Policy and Advocacy
26 June 2018
To highlight the importance and diversity of European culture, the Parliament will hold a conference on 26 June called “Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future”.
An estimated 300,000 people work directly in the EU’s cultural sector and it is indirectly responsible for up to 7.8 million jobs. The Parliament conference aims to increase awareness of the social and economic importance of culture and heritage.
The conference takes place against the backdrop of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. To mark the year thousands of activities are taking place across Europe to involve people more closely with cultural heritage at local, regional, national and European levels.
The conference, organised at the initiative of Parliament President Antonio Tajani and in close cooperation with the culture committee, chaired by Petra Kammerevert, will bring together political leaders, policy makers and stakeholders, as well as some very well-known guests to debate the challenges of the sector in three panels:
- Cultural heritage and Europeanness
- Preserving and promoting cultural heritage
- Innovation and the economic potential of cultural heritage
Read more here.
Last update: 19 February 2020