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FRH Newsletter

March 2017

Go Walkeez
Dear Friends,
 
Welcome to our March newsletter which presents you the latest news on religious heritage in Europe and beyond.
Our monthly featured article
This month our feature article is about Go Walkeez, a child-centered engagement tool for culture and heritage, and is written by Jennie Hawks and Kazz Morohashi. Continue reading
News from Brussels
Cultural heritage will be one of the priorities when Bulgaria takes over the presidency of the European Union from January to June 2018. The Bulgarian Deputy Minister of Culture Boriana Hristova recently pointed out that the role of culture needs to be strengthened for the sake of sustainable development and that the relationship between cultural heritage, cultural identity and citizens was of great importance for promoting tolerance in Europe. Continue reading
The St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia
The Rila Monastery, Bulgaria
FRH is hiring: Communication Manager and Intern position
I would like to let you know that I am leaving my position at FRH. I sincerely appreciate having had the chance to work with all of you and I hope we can stay in touch in the future.

FRH has now an opening for a Communication Manager (starting as soon as possible) and for an Internship (starting in May) to strengthen the team in Brussels. Please find details about the offered posts
here.


With best wishes and regards,
Alessandra Flora
FRH Communication Officer


 
Featured article: Sniffing for Culture

by Jennie Hawks and Kazz Morohashi

 
 Cantabria's best museum
This article (in Spanish) by José María Gutiérrez tells about religious heritage in Cantabria, Spain. New FRH Council member Pilar G. Bahamonde was asked to contribute to it. Continue reading
 
FRH: Check out our Annual report
The Report looks back on 2016 and highlights FRH's achievements protecting Europe's religious heritage. Continue reading

 
 UK: MaintenanceBooker, prevention is better than cure
A new website which makes it easy for churches to look after their architectural heritage has been launched by the National Churches Trust. 
Continue reading

 
 Belgium: Conference “Patrimoines en mouvement”
The conference will look at the tension between preserving religious heritage and the realities of religious worship. It will take place on 27-28 April 2017 in Brussels, Belgium.
Continue reading

 
 Spain: European Award for Architectural Heritage intervention
Only one month left to enter the 2017 AADIPA Awards.
Continue reading

 
 Call for Papers: Heritage Communities
The International Conference of Young Researchers in Heritage is inviting proposals for 20-minute papers that focus on the notion of heritage communities.
Continue reading

 

 
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