How to approach cultural heritage content which can cause offence, or is no longer in line with contemporary standards, is a question which faces professionals across the sector. Europeana interns Sofia Guido and Aida Fadioui explore possible approaches to contentious cultural heritage data and tell us about how Europeana is exploring the issue.
Find out how a series of LabDays organised by the WEAVE project brought people from diverse backgrounds together to explore how the heritage of minority communities is often misunderstood or misrepresented in digital collections; and what can be done to improve representation.
To work towards better, more inclusive spaces for Europeana's community to engage in, we've collaboratively developed Europeana Guidelines for Inclusive Engagement, and we need your help to test them. Find out how you can use the Guidelines and get involved.
The Europeana Foundation’s Business Plan 2021, ‘Towards a digital public space for cultural heritage’, highlights five themes that run through all aspects of our work. Here, Julia Fallon, Community and Partner Engagement Manager at the Europeana Foundation, talks about the work around diversity and inclusion.