The working world we inhabit today is rich and varied, and tells the story of technological and societal changes over time. Starting today, Europeana’s new season, ‘Europe at Work’, brings stories of our personal working lives together with archive material on industrial and labour-related heritage.
The Digital Europe Programme is a new funding programme from the European Union which will shape and support the digital transformation of Europe’s society and economy. Europeana will be co-financed by this programme when it begins in 2021. Take the EU's survey on the priorities of the programme now and show them that support and ambition for digital cultural heritage is vital.
Europeana Network Association members are eligible for reimbursement up to a maximum €400 for your stay (travel and accommodation costs) if you book your Europeana 2019 ticket before 12 October 2019. Read our reimbursement rules for full details.
Women's Season ran from January to March 2019. It's aim was to put a spotlight on women throughout history, highlight their contributions to society as well as discussing some historical and current challenges that women still face.