Culture and cultural heritage at the Council of Europe
Art exhibitions of the Council of Europe
The Council of Europe series of art exhibitions began in 1954 with the aim to increase knowledge and appreciation of European art as one of the highest expressions of Europe's culture and common values.
The Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes seeks to reinforce the potential of Cultural Routes for cultural co-operation, sustainable territorial development and social cohesion
Understanding the Impact of Digitisation on Culture
Digitisation is profoundly changing our cultural experience, not only in terms of new technology-based access, production and dissemination, but also in terms of participation and creation, and learning and partaking in a knowledge society.
Indicator Framework on Culture and Democracy (IFCD)
The nature of cultural policy is changing with a greater focus on citizen involvement and bottom-up approaches, backed by the profound premise of culture’s role in democracy.
The Intercultural cities programme (ICC)
The Intercultural cities programme (ICC) supports cities in reviewing their policies through an intercultural lens and developing comprehensive intercultural strategies to help them manage diversity positively and realise the diversity advantage.
HEREIN: Heritage Network
The HEREIN System is a tool to collect data and information related to financing mechanisms, legislations, documentation systems, integrated conservation strategies and awareness-raising actions among others.
Strategy 21: European Cultural Heritage Strategy for the 21st century
This “Strategy 21” will redefine the place and role of cultural heritage in Europe and provide guidelines to promote good governance and participation in heritage identification and management.
Technical Co-operation and Consultancy Programme
The Technical Co-operation and Consultancy Programme is related to the integrated conservation of the cultural heritage.
Community-Led Urban Strategies in Historic Towns
The COMUS ("Community-Led Urban Strategies in Historic Towns") project seeks to stimulate social and economic development by enhancing cultural heritage in 9 historic towns.