Partnerships

Europa Nostra has developed partnerships with different organisations to promote heritage-related initiatives in Europe.

European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH)

 

Set up during the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, ESACH is an interdisciplinary open network of university students and young professionals working in cultural heritage in Europe. Through their partnership, Europa Nostra and ESACH aim to provide students and emerging professionals with meaningful opportunities to build their network and heritage-related capacities, while contributing to the development of a young European movement for heritage through their talent, drive and creativity. An example is the European Heritage Youth Ambassadors programme launched in January 2021.


European Travel Commission (ETC)

 

The European Travel Commission (ETC) is a non-profit organisation established in 1948 to promote Europe as a tourist destination. ETC’s members are 32 National Tourist Organisations (NTOs) in Europe. Read more and explore its portal Visit Europe.


Exponatec Cologne

 

Exponatec Cologne is Europe’s leading communications platform of the museum, conservation and restoration segments. Every two years, it organises an international fair to present valuable information, solutions proven in practice, surprising visions and international exchange of experiences. Visit the Exponatec Cologne website.


Helena Vaz da Silva European Award

Fabiola Gianotti, European top particle physicist from Italy and CERN Director-General, won the Award in 2019

The Helena Vaz da Silva European Award is presented annually to a European citizen whose career has been distinguished by activities that disseminate, defend and promote Europe’s cultural heritage, in particular through literary or musical works, news items, articles, chronicles, photographs, cartoons, documentary features, films, and radio and/or television programmes. The Award is named after the distinguished Portuguese journalist, cultural activist and politician Helena Vaz da Silva. In partnership with the Centro Nacional de Cultura. Read more and discover all the winners since 2016.


Heritage in Motion Awards

The Lost Palace © Historic Royal Palaces – 1920

The Heritage in Motion Awards is an annual multimedia competition for the creators of films, games, apps and websites on themes related to Europe’s heritage, cultural and natural, tangible and intangible. In partnership with the European Museum Academy and Europeana. Submit your project for the Heritage in Motion Awards here.


The Best in Heritage

 

The Best in Heritage is an annual presentation of award-winning museum, heritage and conservation projects from around the world. Several winners of the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards are invited to present and discuss their remarkable heritage achievements during the Best in Heritage conference in Dubrovnik, Croatia. In partnership with the European Heritage Association and the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and with the support of the EU Creative Europe programme. Visit the Best in Heritage website and read the related news.


TheMayor.EU – The European Portal for Cities and Citizens

 

TheMayor.EU is an online portal, which puts the lens on the innovations, concerns and goals of small-scale Europe. Cities, towns, regions and citizens regularly consult it for fresh ideas and examples of good practices in anything from digitization to keeping local culture, heritage and tourism vibrant. Visit www.themayor.eu and become part of the conversation.


Wiki Loves Monuments

Photo: Iris Gonelli (CC BY-SA 4.0) Verrucole Castle, Tuscany. 5th Winner WLM 2017

Wiki Loves Monuments is an annual international global photo contest for registered monuments and sites. In partnership with the Wikimedia Foundation. Get involved here.


Google Arts & Culture

Europa Nostra creates online exhibitions on the Google Arts & Culture Platform on the EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards and the 7 Most Endangered programme. In Partnership with the Google Cultural Institute. Watch them here


ENtopia

Sikinos in Greece, a selected place for the ENtopia project

ENtopia is a meeting place on the web, a network for communities of small towns, villages, localities and landscape areas, for sharing their efforts towards a healthy and sustainable future. In partnership with Elliniki Etairia. Get involved here.