Interact E-Book "Connecting Cultures, Connected Citizens"
Atlantic Area projects AYCH, MMIAH and ATLASWH presented as good examples of cultural heritage cooperation projects
The Interact E-Book Connecting Cultures, Connected Citizens presents inspiring examples of Interreg cultural heritage projects in the framework of the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage. The e-book has interactive links and features that will allow you to surf into its contents and further projects' information.
Three Atlantic Area projects are part of this e-book as exemples of good practices in the Atlantic Area region:
- ATLASWH ( Heritage in the Atlantic Area: Sustainability of the Urban World Heritage Sites) / p. 63
- AYCH (Atlantic Youth Creative Hubs) / p.64
- MMIAH (Recover and valorization of maritime, military and industial heritage of the Atlantic Area coast) / p. 65
A kick-off workshop will be organised during the @EURegionsWeek to officially launch this e-book:
10th October 2018 (09:30 to 11:00)
Coop Cult and Succeed, EYCH 2018
More info: European Week of Cities and Regions website
You're very welcomed to participate on this event!
Published on: 2018-08-29
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