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Cultural Heritage for Social Innovation: Policy and Practice

This one-day online workshop on 7th July 2021 will explore the role that cultural heritage can play in strengthening social inclusion and particularly the inclusion of migrants and refugees.  The workshop will approach the subject from practice and policy perspectives by presenting the results of the case studies and the policy recommendations produced as part […]

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So Distant. Incredibly Close is on site: stories from other worlds!

The stories emerged during the CultureLabs pilot project organised in Pisa, “So Distant. Incredibly Close“, were converted in web-comics and finally they found an appropriate web space thanks to the Sistema Musale di Ateneo of Pisa and Fondazione Sistema Toscana, after a two-year long creative and co-participation process. The pilot involved people of different ages, […]

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CultureLabs Symposium: videos now available!

In February, CultureLabs hosted a free one-day symposium entitled: “Cultural heritage and social impact: Digital technologies for social inclusion and participation.” The free event took place online and attracted over 100 attendees from across the globe.  Organised by consortium partners Danilo Giglitto, Eleanor Lockley (Sheffield Hallam University); Eirini Kaldeli (ICCS, National Technical University of Athens), […]

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“Cultural heritage and social impact: Digital technologies for social inclusion and participation”

A one-day online symposium Registration is open!   Date: 24 February 2021 Venue: Online Organisers: Danilo Giglitto, Eleanor Lockley (Sheffield Hallam University); Eirini Kaldeli (ICCS, National Technical University of Athens); Luigina Ciolfi (University College Cork and Sheffield Hallam University) Registration is open and free: Link to register   Themes and Background Cultural heritage is no […]

Cultural heritage and social impact: Digital technologies for social inclusion and participation

A one-day online symposium Date: 24 February 2021 Venue: Online Organisers: Danilo Giglitto, Eleanor Lockley (Sheffield Hallam University); Eirini Kaldeli (ICCS, National Technical University of Athens); Luigina Ciolfi (University College Cork and Sheffield Hallam University) Themes and Background Cultural heritage is no longer seen solely as a safeguarding effort or an educational outlet but also […]