The European Commission’s New European Bauhaus initiative wants to put sustainability, inclusivity and beauty at the heart of Europe’s future. We interview Susan Hazan about the key role which cultural heritage and networks can play in the intiative.
Each year, 9 May marks Europe Day and the anniversary of the 'Schuman Declaration', which, in 1950, saw the beginning of the process of building the European Union. That was a huge moment of change for Europe. And today, the European Union is facing another great time of change, a time in which it wishes to use the richness and the lessons of its history and heritage to shape a future that makes Europe better for everyone. Here’s how you can get involved.
During the German Presidency of the Council of the European Union, Europeana held a conference to explore the copyright challenges the cultural heritage sector faces as it embraces its digital transformation. Read the report.
This joint position paper from Europeana Foundation, Europeana Network Association and Europeana Aggregator Forum supports the consultation of the European Commission and underlines elements critical to executing the Europeana Strategy 2020-2025 and to realising the potential of digital cultural heritage for the recovery of Europe.
The European Commission is now consulting on the opportunities offered to the cultural heritage sector by digital technologies. The results of this consultation will help shape related policy, priorities and funding at national and EU level for years to come. Your voice is critical.
A new strategy for the Europeana Initiative covering the next five years imagines a cultural heritage sector powered by digital and empowered to make that digital change by Europeana. In this series, we look at the strategy and talk to some of the people who will drive it.