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Care for heritage = Care for future

Cultural heritage is a common good passed from previous generations as a legacy
for those to come. Local cultural heritage can be the foundation on which flourishing local communities are built. We help you professionalize your work in the area of local heritage by providing you with a learning path in these areas:
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Take a sustainable approach in your heritage-focus activities and  improve human welfare in your community through the protection of natural capital (e.g. land, air, water, etc.). The needs of today's communities should be met without the risk of compromising the needs of future generations. Besides environmental and economic aspects we invite you to focus on social sustainability: improving social cohesion, reciprocity, honesty and facilitate cooperations amongst local people.
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Cross-cultural communication
Local cultural heritage can be an important social and economic asset. It can help people of various cultures to understand and respect each other more. It can also be a key touristic service, but only if it is communicated properly for people belonging to other cultures and sharing other values.
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Inter-generational approach
Living cultural heritage implies that young people feel an active part of it, they can identify their own values within it and can feel responsible for it. The future of local cultural heritage depends on the success of cross-generational communication.
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Gamification and co-creation
Gamification is the use of game elements and techniques in a non-gaming context, such as a cultural or touristic services. The goal of gamification is to make an activity more engaging by using techniques that make sports games, board games, computer games etc. so much fun. The best way to ensure that your target audience will enjoy tha gamified activity is to include people belonging to this audience in the creation of the game itself.
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Digital skills
Digital skills are necessary to people working in local heritage not only to make their work more efficient and their programmes more engaging (e.g. by applying emerging technologies, such as virtual and augmented reality), but also to communicate efficiently though digital channels and networks and increase remote cooperation with various stakeholders.
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Recognizing local values
Exploring the components of our local culture and re-interpreting them in the context of the local cultural heritage. We'll help you improve the ability to discover, learn about and explore our cultural values, and to pass this approach to the future generations.


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