The European Cultural Heritage Agora facilitates interaction and in the age of social media interested individuals can easily cluster around topics, events and discussions. Europa Nostra has been active on social media for over a decade bringing together other organisations and individuals active in the wider field of cultural heritage. Below you can see the latest relevant open discussions on Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIN and Instagram where you will be able to follow us and join the discussions.
As delegates from around the world gather in Sharm el-Sheikh for #COP27 , cultural voices have a message of hope: culture from arts to heritage empowers people to imagine & realise low carbon, just, climate resilient futures — and we’re here to help unlock it.#CultureAtCOP27 pic.twitter.com/336Gtl7EWE
— Europa Nostra (@europanostra) November 7, 2022
♻️How can cultural heritage support Europe’s transition to become a green, resilient and climate-neutral continent?
Get insights from #Leeuwarden and #London at the #CulturalHeritageinAction #webinar
Read more & register: https://t.co/HaNMCEYxpU pic.twitter.com/LVcDaf4wfQ
— Europa Nostra (@europanostra) November 4, 2022