European Heritage Youth Ambassadors 2023 Launch Ceremony

On 13 February, representatives from Europa Nostra, the European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH) and the European Heritage Tribune (EHT) will meet online to launch the 3rd edition of the European Heritage Youth Ambassadors (EHYA) Programme and unveil the new young heritage students/professionals selected to take part in this year’s edition. You are invited to follow the launch ceremony live online between 16:00 and 17:00 CET.

Launched in 2021, the EHYA Programme is a growing network of young students and professionals living in Europe who share their stories, experiences and passion for heritage on online platforms. The Ambassadors act as bridges between students and young professionals and European heritage organisations for the realisation of youth-led initiatives related to heritage!

To follow the launch ceremony live online, please register by 10 February at 12:00 CET.



About the Partners of the EHYA Programme


Europa Nostra
Europa Nostra is the European voice of civil society committed to safeguarding and promoting cultural and natural heritage. It is a pan-European federation of heritage NGOs, supported by a wide network of public bodies, private companies and individuals, covering more than 40 countries. Founded in 1963, it is today recognised as the largest and the most representative heritage network in Europe, maintaining close relations with the European Union, the Council of Europe, UNESCO and other international bodies.
Europa Nostra campaigns to save Europe’s endangered monuments, sites and landscapes, in particular through the 7 Most Endangered Programme. It celebrates excellence through the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards. Europa Nostra actively contributes to the definition and implementation of European strategies and policies related to heritage through a participatory dialogue with European Institutions and the coordination of the European Heritage Alliance.
Europa Nostra is among the official partners of the New European Bauhaus initiative developed by the European Commission and is the Regional Co-Chair of the Climate Heritage Network for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH)
The European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH) is an international network of European students and young professionals working within the cultural heritage field. They are volunteers working towards enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration amongst cultural heritage students and young professionals through networking and sharing knowledge.

European Heritage Tribune
The European Heritage Tribune (EHT) is an independent digital news platform for the European heritage community. The EHT strengthens the European network by sharing the news and distributing knowledge by and for the heritage sector. The EHT is a legacy of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. The EHT answered the need for an overview of who is doing what, where and how. The ultimate goal of the EHT is to build bridges of understanding and to create new collaborations.