European Heritage Alliance
The European Heritage Alliance is an informal platform of 51 European and international networks active in the wider field of heritage. It brings together civil society, historic cities and villages, educational institutions, museums and similar organisations. The Alliance meets at least twice a year to allow for a regular and structured dialogue between the members and with EU institutions.
The #EuropeanHeritageAlliance Spring meeting is starting now in the very heart of Brussels, with EU support of @europe_creative 🇪🇺 🌱 It’s the first time we can gather in person since 2019! Busy agenda ahead, covering key initiatives & policy developments in #CulturalHeritage ▶️ pic.twitter.com/FKe5Hx4Nh7
— Europa Nostra (@europanostra) March 20, 2023
The Alliance was created in Amsterdam during the 2011 European Heritage Congress organised by Europa Nostra. As initiator and founding member, Europa Nostra has been acting as coordinator of the Alliance since the beginning.
The meetings and activities of the European Heritage Alliance are organised in the frame of Europa Nostra’s Network project European Cultural Heritage Agora “Empowering Europe’s Civil Society Movement for Heritage” (2022-2024), which is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.
Find out more about the Alliance on its dedicated website.