Participation of CLIC project in the “Cultural and creative cities for all” – Knowledge Exchange Platform workshop
The workshop was meant to emphasize how integrating immigrants can contribute to the revitalisation of historic […]
The HIPs meeting was held in Salerno on October 8th, 2018.
The second meeting on heritage Innovation Partnership process, HIP, in Rijeka was meant to use the perception mapping methodology with participating local stakeholders to assess the present situation in Rijeka in terms of ownership, knowledge of the site, perceived ongoing developments and potential desires.
Västra Götaland region held the first meeting in Gothenburg on the 19th of September, bringing together relevant stakeholders from three selected sites: Strömsfors, Forsvik and Gustavsfors.
High-Level Political Forum 2018 – CLIC feeding the ICOMOS statement for inclusion of Cultural and Natural Heritage with reference to SDG 11 and other Goals
Objective #11 of the CLIC project is “to contribute to the monitoring and implementation of SDGs and the New Urban Agenda”.CLIC collaboration with ICOMOS Sustainable Development Task Force was strengthened in the preparation of a new document stating how cultural heritage contributes to the achievement of the UN Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development and Sustainable Development Goals.
AESOP was established in 1987 in Belgium as an international association with scientific, artistic and educational purposes and operates. With over 150 members, AESOP is the only representation of planning schools of Europe.Every year AESOP holds its Annual Congress, hosted by one of member universities.
Participation of CLIC project in the High Level European Conference Cultural Heritage in Europe: Linking Past and Future
The conference took place against the backdrop of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. The Year’s objective was to encourage more people to discover and engage with Europe’s cultural heritage, and to reinforce a sense of belonging to a common European space. To this end, cultural heritage was conceptualised as being central linking past and future of the European integration project.
Participation of CLIC project in the BE-MAT 2018 Business Event on Materials Row Materials & Circular Economy
BE-Mat 2018 was organised by the National Research Council of Italy, member of EEN (Enterprise Europe Network), with the support of the EIT Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) Raw Material.
Participation of CLIC project in ROCK Exchange workshops joining forces towards the Urban Agenda for the EU
Focusing on creating synergies and promoting learning exchange among nine EU-funded projects on cultural heritage, two exchange workshops organized under the framework of H2020 ROCK project took place in 2018 to co-develop the White Paper addressed to the EU Urban Agenda Partnership on Culture and Cultural Heritage, where CLIC had a very active role.
Participation of CLIC project in the 1st International Academic Symposium organized by the University of Exeter “Circular Economy Disruptions”
The University of Exeter organized an international academic symposium on circular economy (CE) research and practice and its potential to realign global and local economic and business practice with creating economic, natural and social capital.The Symposium provided a necessary forum both for current CE research and practice and as well as probing discussion of future challenges and innovation. Empirical and theoretical contributions were accepted that explored how the adoption of CE will help business, government and civil society organisations address 21st Century challenges.