2019
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First year of the project - most important activities and results

In March/April 2019 the project promoted the international seminar series “Cultural Mega-events and Urban Heritage: Threats and Opportunities for European Cities” at Politecnico di Milano. Full program available here.

In June 2019, thanks to the collaboration with the University of Basilicata at Matera and with the ISCR/MiBACT, the research partners completed the “EuropaMatera: Capitali culturali in dialogo” workshops with local experts and policy makers during the year of celebration of the Matera Basilicata 2019 European Capital of Culture. See the program here.

In September 2019, the HOMEE researchers presented the first-year outcomes the 5th Heritage Forum of Central Europe. Heritage Forum of Central Europe. One of the afternoon sessions of the Forum, entitled "Discussing the Opportunities and Threats of Organizing Mega-Events in Historic Cities" is entirely devoted to the issues of mega-events and their consequences for cities rich in cultural heritage resources. Then, together with the project partners and invited experts we will talk about the cities presented, aiming to create recommendations for future host cities.

In particular, this event served as the occasion to launch the first research outputs:

– Literature Review of Mega-events Addressing Cultural Heritage Issues (download here)

 National Case Studies: Report Briefs (download here).

In October 2019, at the start of the second year, the HOMEE research project and first-year outputs were presented at the ENCATC Annual Congress in Dijon in the poster session (download here).

In November 2019, the HOMEE Project was presented at the UNEeCC Conference on Cultural Resilience: physical artifactsintangible attributes, natural risks (download the paper here).

In December 2019, the HOMEE Project contributed a video clip (dowload here) describing the project and outputs to the JHEP2 Final Conference in Rome 11th December 2019.

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