Report on policy related aspects of the demonstrations

Laura Ferguson, Wesley Flannery, Katia Frangoudes, Elaine Azzopardi, Irene Beguier, Carsten Jahn Hansen, Simone Martino, Lisa Sousa, Ana Margarida Ferreira da Silva, Cristina Pita, Jordi Vegas Macias, Maili Rolo, Sybill Henry, Marloes Kraan

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Abstract

PERICLES is an EU-funded research and innovation project running from 2018-2021. PERICLES promotes sustainable, participatory governance of cultural heritage in European coastal and maritime regions, intending to develop and demonstrate a comprehensive framework to understand, preserve and utilise maritime cultural heritage for societal good.

PERICLES is exploring the integration of cultural heritage into maritime and coastal policies. In doing so, PERICLES seeks to understand how cultural heritage is understood by policymakers and practitioners, and what institutional, cultural, knowledge or professional obstacles prevent more integrated policies and practices. PERICLES aims to use this information to determine how policymaking might be improved for more effective preservation and sustainable exploitation of cultural heritage.

Activities in PERICLES case regions are operationalized through region-wide activities and local and regional demonstrators (‘demos’) that focus on specific themes or issues, linking research and innovation. This report summarises the policy-related aspects of PERICLES demos in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Portugal, Denmark, Estonia, Malta, France and the Netherlands. Each contributing case region has reported on policy themes, policy implementation and the recommendations that have resulted from one or more of their demos. The report also outlines planned work in the demos that will further contribute to our understanding of coastal and marine cultural heritage policy issues and the development and transfer of good practice across the PERICLES regions.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
ForlagPERICLES
Antal sider60
StatusUdgivet - 2020

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