ILUCIDARE was a three-year EU funded H2020 project aimed at establishing an international network promoting heritage as a resource for innovation and in international relations through a diversity of collaborative activities.
As a key project partner KEA was task leader on the drafting of policy recommendations resulting from the project’s activities. The document highlights the importance of developing a new understanding on the value of cultural heritage by acknowledging its contribution to social innovation, citizens’ engagement to a sustainable future, creative entrepreneurship and international cooperation promoting mutual understanding. It stresses the importance of building capacity to enable better cooperation between heritage stakeholders and policy makers. It proposes ways for heritage stakeholders to influence regulatory and policy frameworks for a more holistic and sustainable use of cultural resources.
Read ILUCIDARE policy recommendations here.
To discover more about the project and its deliverables, please consult the project website: https://ilucidare.eu/
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 The ILUCIDARE consortium consists of the international partnership between University of Leuven (Belgium), Europa Nostra, International Cultural Centre (Poland) , World Monuments Fund (Spain), Cultural Heritage without Borders – Kosovo, University of Cuenca (Ecuador), IMEC and KEA European Affairs.