You are invited to send us new inspirational best project examples/practices in the framework of our ST21 work.
This year, special attention is being given to:
- projects, initiatives or practices that illustrate integrated approaches, showcasing one of the three main components of ST21;
- AI/digital projects or initiatives that introduce innovative approaches and practices into their management;
- Ukraine related projects or initiatives, still operating (even in very difficult circumstances) either in Ukraine or in other European countries;
- projects or initiatives from the established European Heritage Days and Faro Convention networks that raise awareness on sustainable and living heritage, education, migration, climate change, and/or any other relevant past or new themes.
And even if your projects or initiatives are not dedicated specifically to the above-mentioned practices, other relevant activities could still be considered and published on our dedicated ST21 website.
About ST21 MooC usage
As the European Heritage Strategy for the 21st century aims to promote a unifying approach to cultural heritage as a resource for democracy, the ST21 MooC (Massive Open Online Course) helps to address some of the challenges related to social cohesion, economic and territorial development, as well as education and knowledge. It provides heritage managers at local, regional and national levels with the knowledge and skills to implement the Strategy’s recommendations. The MooC also guides participants in the analysis of their heritage related projects and activities and could therefore be particularly useful when applying to the Strategy 21 good practices database.