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We are currently hosting 10 online peer-learning visits open to representatives from local and regional authorities and from cultural heritage organisations who were invited to attend through open calls.

 

Peer-learning visits are an opportunity for groups of experts, decision makers and stakeholders to discuss first-hand how host cities and regions successfully implemented cultural heritage policies and projects and how they locally support culture and cultural heritage. Participants are able to discuss challenges and barriers encountered along the way and how they were overcome with fellow participants. The visits provide an intimate and trusting setting to discuss experiences, provide feedback and build solutions together. During the visits, participants are introduced to the host city/region local context and successful practices related to cultural heritage. They get useful information and ideas for improving their existing local projects, initiating new ones or transferring some of the presented practices. Visits also include dynamic forms of peer learning designed to stimulate interaction, collaborative learning and solution-building.

 

You will find in this page thematic reports form the visits. These reports were designed to be as concrete as possible and to inspire you in your daily work.

 

Vantaa (Fi) : DEVELOPING A LOCAL CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME

Analytical Document
ONLINE PEER-LEARNING VISIT HOSTED BY THE CITY OF VANTAA
 

Click to view/download the document