Dear ESACH members and subscribers, welcome back!
First of all, we would like to welcome the new members and subscribers that joined ESACH this month! Your interest in our activities makes us even more motivated to work on inspiring projects that we will share with you soon.
We are also proud to see that the ESACH family is growing: only last month five new members joined our team to work on different projects.
Speaking about ongoing projects... The Launch Ceremony of the European Heritage Youth Ambassadors was a success! In case you missed it, you can watch the recording of the ceremony here. Our 11 Ambassadors are ready to make the most of their collaboration with ESACH, and we cannot wait to share with you the latest updates on the Programme.
Also, we are happy to announce that this year the ESACH Meeting will take place in June at the Universidad Complutense Madrid. Read further for more information on the event.
Last but not least, this month's ESACH Talks! will take place on the 25th and will focus on Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Heritage.
If you want to be always updated on ESACH's activities, make sure to follow us on social media and to check out our website!
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ESACH Talks! February - Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Heritage
This month's ESACH Talks! will take place on February 25. Together with other students and young professionals, we will discuss about Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Heritage. For this month's event, we will be partnering with Our World Heritage.
Keynote speaker: Evinc Dogan, Our World Heritage.
ESACH Talks! March - Communicating Culture
Another month - another ESACH Talks! This time, the topic will be communicating culture. How can we effectively communicate the values of cultural heritage through the media? If you are doing research on this topic, submit your abstract and join us for another inspiring evening!
Keynote speaker: Sander Manse, Send/Receive.
SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT!
ESACH European Heritage Youth Ambassador Programme
The European Heritage Youth Ambassadors were announced during the Launch Ceremony held last month. Follow us, our partners and the EHY Ambassadors to keep up to date with the programme and the youth voices. The Ambassador Programme is a joint initiative between ESACH, Europa Nostra and European Heritage Tribune.
Detailed information on the Ambassadors can be found via the link below!
ESACH Blog ft. European Heritage Tribune
The first article of the ESACH blog is now live!
Kavya Iyer Ramalingam shares with us her interesting research on Indian Intangible Cultural Heritage, observed through the lens of an Heritage Project (HIPAMS).
READ THE BLOG!
A Conversation with John Darlington - 24 February
Europa Nostra Young Members organized an informal roundtable discussion with John Darlington, Executive Director of the World Monuments Fund UK. The goal of this event is to share ideas on the future of international heritage, heavily impacted by the Global Coronavirus Pandemic. During the evening, John will also provide useful tips for those interested in working in the heritage sector.
KU Leuven - Full-time Position: Cultural Heritage Studies
Leuven University is looking for a professor of Cultural Heritage Studies at the Faculty of Arts. If you already did academic research in the heritage field, this position can be a great opportunity for your future.
You have time until next Monday to apply!
Our World Heritage
Our World Heritage is a global network of citizens and professionals that strive to protect international heritage from the threats it is facing nowadays. This month's debate will focus on tourism and its impact on World Heritage sites.
Check out the activities of Our World Heritage via the button below.
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