People. Places. Potential.

The OpenHeritage project identifies and tests the best practices of adaptive heritage re-use in Europe. Drawing on the observations and results, the project will develop inclusive governance and management models for marginalized heritage sites and a supportive toolbox to ensure their transferability.

About the project

OpenHeritage identifies and analyses good practices of adaptive heritage re-use, and tests them in selected Cooperative Heritage Labs over Europe. It works with communities and local businesses, tries out new forms of engagement and uses crowdfunding and crowd sourcing mechanisms to create active heritage communities. It develops inclusive governance and management models applicable for non-touristic, neglected cultural heritage sites as well. It also creates a supporting toolbox to ease their use.
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For interested parties it offers:

An online Database of current practices and policies – listing national regulations, connecting them with diverse local initiatives, documenting the work in the local initiatives with pictures, videos and a short analysis

Heritage Points – online platforms to create/strengthen communities around the Cooperative Heritage Labs, inviting interested parties to observe and participate

National networking events and dialogues – to facilitate the exchange of views between practitioners, policy makers and public administration officials

International conferences – to exchange views

Training programs – for local administrations and practitioners

OpenHeritage Kick-off in Budapest

OpenHeritage Kick-off in Budapest

OpenHeritage, the H2020 project coordinated by MRI is now on track: the first Consortium meeting took place between 24-26 June 2018

The Heritage Points

Pomáz-Nagykovácsi-Puszta ,

Hof Prädikow,

Centocelle Archaeological Park, Rome

Marquês de Abrantes, Lisbon

High Street, Sunderland
Great Britain

Praga District,