Berlin Call to Action
We invite all those who care for Europe’s past, present and future to sign, support and widely share the Berlin Call to Action “Cultural Heritage for the Future of Europe”. Join the discussion on Twitter using the #BerlinCallToAction hashtag.
You can sign the Berlin Call to Action by filling this simple form below. Please fill it now and click submit. If you do not see the form below please click here
Plácido Domingo, President of Europa Nostra, Martina Münch, President of the German Cultural Heritage Committee (DNK) and Hermann Parzinger, Executive President of Europa Nostra, signed the call after the European Policy Debate in Berlin on 22 June 2018
The Berlin Call to Action was presented at the European Cultural Heritage Summit on 22 June 2018 in Berlin by the 3 co-hosting organisations, namely Europa Nostra – the Voice of Cultural Heritage in Europe, the German Cultural Heritage Committee (DNK) acting as national coordinator of the European Year of Cultural Heritage in Germany, and the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation (SPK) based in Berlin.
The “Berlin Call to Action” also builds on the input and support of the EYCH national coordinators, members of the EYCH Stakeholders Committee, as well as of members of the European Heritage Alliance 3.3.
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Personal data provided to us will be collected and processed by Europa Nostra, DNK and SPK (the co-hosts of the European Cultural Heritage Summit held on 18-24 June 2018 in Berlin) for the purpose of communicating the “Berlin Call to Action” with the list of signatories to:
– the relevant decision-makers in the EU institutions [the European Commission, the European Parliament, the European Council, the Council of the European Union, the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) and the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC);
– to the relevant-decision makers at the Council of Europe and UNESCO;
– the as relevant-decision makers in all Member States of the Council of Europe, at local, regional and national level of governance; as well as
– to the national coordinators of the European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH); members of the EYCH Stakeholders Committee and other members of the European Heritage Alliance 3.3