The Steering Committee for Culture, Heritage and Landscape (CDCPP) will be holding Part II of its 10th Plenary meeting in an online format from 8 to 9 December 2021.
Participants from among the fifty States signatory to the European Cultural Convention, and observers to the CDCPP, will exchange on the progress made in the three main areas of the CDCPP’s work (culture, heritage and landscape) and their contribution to new Council of Europe instruments, strategic documents and initiatives, including the drafting of a Recommendation on the role of culture, cultural heritage and landscape in helping to address global challenges and Policy guidelines for an integrated culture, nature and landscape management.
A thematic session is scheduled for the first day on the topic of archaeology and digital technologies, with particular reference to the implementation of the European Convention on the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage (revised, Valletta, 1992). Three specialists will present the theme, not only through related successes, prospects and opportunities, but also obstacles and challenges, with particular attention given to democracy and human rights implications.
New tools derived from CDCPP projects will be highlighted during the second meeting day, including the “ST21 MooC” and the “Find your Faro Way Serious Game”, and recent developments around the “Free to Create, Create to be Free” digital exhibition discussed.