Cultural Heritage Professions in Europe



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Sciacchitano, Erminia (2018) Cultural Heritage Professions in Europe. In Las Profesiones del Patrimonio Cultural. Competencias, formación y transferencia del conocimiento: reflexiones y retos en el Año Europeo del Patrimonio Cultural 2018. Grupo Español de Conservación del International Institute for Conservation, Asociación de Conservadores Restauradores de España, pp. 15-16. ISBN 978-84-09-04731-4

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This year we are celebrating Europe’s cultural heritage. A major factor in deining Europe’s place in the world and its attractiveness as a place to live, work, and visit. A precious resource, which brings added value to our society, the economy and the environment. Moreover, cultural heritage is at the very heart of the collective memory and identity of Europeans. A recent survey shows that the vast majority of Europeans (84%) feel that cultural heritage is important to them personally, and 90% believe that it is important to their country. There is also a strong feeling that cultural heritage is a crucial part of European identity, with 80% believing that it is important to the EU as a whole. Moreover, 79% of Europeans (84% in Spain), think that Europe’s cultural heritage or cultural heritage-related activities create jobs in the EU.

Item Type:Book Section
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Cultural Heritage, Professions, Europe
Subjects:Social sciences > Law > European Union
Humanities > History > Archaeology
ID Code:68791
Deposited On:17 Nov 2021 16:33
Last Modified:22 Nov 2021 15:33

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