This Heritage Plus call, part of the JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change, is designed to generate new, research-based knowledge to promote the sustainable use and management of cultural heritage and so to meet societal challenges and contribute to the development on the society. The call aims to fund excellent collaborative, transnational, interdisciplinary, innovative R&D projects focused mainly on tangible cultural heritage research, while not excluding the interlinked aspects of intangible and digital heritage.
We are happy to announce that NIMOZ joined the European Group on Museum Statistics (EGMUS). This expert group was established in 2002. The main objective of EGMUS is collection and publication of comparable statistical data. Available data from national museum statistics and surveys are compiled and updated and stored in the Abridged List of Key Museum Indicators (ALOKMI) table. The ALOKMI is the first step towards the harmonisation of museum statistics in Europe. To find out more visit the EGMUS website at www.egmus.eu
NIMOZ has just become an associate member of NEMO (Network of European Museum Organisations). The Network of European Museum Organisations was founded in 1992 as an independent network of national museum organisations representing the museum community of the member states of the Council of Europe.
There are 519 museums in Poland (818 including branch museums) with a statute or rules and regulations approved by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.