Support heritage promotion through intergenerational and intercultural projects based on dialogue and respect for the diversity to enhance social cohesion.

 Recommended courses of action for S9

  • Expand learning experiences where children and young people can learn from their elders and vice versa: site surveys, stone cutting, dry stone building and roofing, stained glass, photography, history workshops, digital reuse of heritage resources, etc.
  • Form clubs where people can exchange knowledge and know-how
  • Enable people who do not use new technologies to become familiar with their use
  • Support diversity in site restoration work, in terms of age, social background, country of origin, disability, etc.
  • Encourage exchanges of views on heritage sites or neighborhoods with mixed populations: different age groups, occupations, places of origin, etc.

 Good practices for S9