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EVENT: JHEP2 Final Conference, Rome 11th December 2019

The Joint Programming Initiative on  Cultural Heritage is pleased to invite you to the JHEP2 project final Conference. The event will be held in Rome at the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism on next 11th of December.  The aims of this conference are to share the research… continue reading →

JPI CH and Time Machine Joint Statement for a research and innovation partnership promoting the future of our Cultural Heritage

The 9th Septembre 2019, The JPI CH and the Time Machine Initiative have signed a joint statement in view to join forces for a research and innovation partnership promoting the future of our Cultural Heritage:« The Joint Programming Initiative Cultural Héritage and Global Change (JPl-CH] is an established stratégie Member-State driven alliance of… continue reading →

JPI CH REPORT: Heritage Research Matters – Case studies of research impact contributing to sustainable development

This report by the Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change (JPI CH) focusses on how the impact of cultural heritage research can enrich sustainable development. It aims to advance the ways that impact can be articulated in the design, implementation and assessment of research. It also promotes a holistic approach to… continue reading →

MEETING : Heritage Management in Dynamic Environments, 9th October 2019

In context of the JPI CH action program, the Dutch JPI CH team will organise an expert meeting on Heritage Management in Dynamic Environments on 9th October 2019. This meeting is designed to bring a selected number of heritage/landscape professionals together in an informal setting, in order to identify common… continue reading →

WORKSHOP: JPI CH Strategy research and Innovation Agenda Workshop, LONDON, 2nd October 2019

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK) have been leading on the review of the JPI CH Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) since May 2019. Over the summer, they have been coordinating the consultation of the SRA which was published in 2014. The first stage of the consultation has involved gathering… continue reading →