Project ILUCIDARE is coming to an end


The three-year international research project ILUCIDARE is coming to an end. Its achievements will be discussed at a conference 'Turning a New Page for Heritage' that takes place on 22nd April in Brussels.

The following publications will be presented there: "Innovation Handbook", "International Relations Display", "Capacity Building Roadmap", and "Inspiration Kit", the latter prepared by the International Cultural Centre. Panel discussions on innovation and international relations based on heritage are also planned during the event. The panel on international relations will be hosted by ICC representative, Dr Joanna Sanetra-Szeliga.

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Over the past three years, researchers working on the ILUCIDARE project have analysed the relationship between cultural heritage and innovation on the one hand and between cultural heritage and international relations on the other. The initiative brings together examples of local endeavours related to heritage-based innovation and the use of heritage in international relations. The resulting publications are available to read on the project website. Additionally, two special editions of the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards were held, with the ILUCIDARE Special Prizes (see ILUCIDARE Special Prizes 2021  and ILUCIDARE Special Prizes 2020 ).

A representative from ICC served on the Special Awards jury. In the summer of 2021, ICC organised the ILUCIDARE Summer School. The project also included capacity building workshops in, e.g., Kosovo, Egypt, Iraq, and Ecuador.

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