Europa Nostra Heritage Hub in Krakow undertakes survey on Central and Eastern European NGO Heritage Sector

The Europa Nostra Heritage Hub for Central and Eastern Europe in Krakow is conducting a survey focusing on the non-governmental heritage sector in Central and Eastern Europe.

The survey aims to understand the size and nature of this sector, as well as the challenges and opportunities it faces. Its findings will be integrated into the Mapping of Central Eastern European Non-Governmental Heritage Sector project, developed in the framework of the EU-funded project European Heritage Hub.

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This project encompasses various research methodologies including statistical analysis, group discussions, and individual interviews. The final report synthesising these insights is anticipated to be available in Spring 2025.

The deadline to complete the survey is 31 March 2024. It is accessible in 11 languages and typically takes around 15 minutes to complete. Access the survey links for each language option below:

  • English, Čeština, Eesti, Lietuvių, Magyar, Polski, Română, Slovenčina, Български, Українська – available here
  • Belarusian – available here

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