“Support to the implementation of the Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) of the Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change (JPI CH)” is a 4 year-project within the Horizon 2020 framework involving 16 JPI Cultural Heritage Partners. It started in January 2016 and will run until 2019.
One of the project’s participants is the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage on behalf of which the National Institute for Museums and Public Collections acts as an implementing institution.
After in-depth evaluation procedures, it was decided that one of the programmes, namely the Follow-up Activities Action Programme, will involve conducting thirteen tasks over the period 2017–2019. In 2018 Polish institutions were assigned the mission of coordinating the task titled Research on the role of cultural heritage in the building of (national) identity in post-conflict situations.
Poland organised the international scholarly conference which took place on 10–12 September 2018 at the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw.
The publication which we are now recommending arises from the conference and study visits completed within the framework of this activity.
For more information http://jpi-ch.eu/ec-projects/jhep2/
For more information about JPI CH Digital Heritage and JPICH Heritage in Changing Environments
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