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7th annual meeting
23-25 May 2012

“Public Engagement with Cultural Heritage”

The 7th EHHF Annual Meeting was jointly held in Postdam by the German Cultural Heritage Committee, the Association of State Archaeologists and the Federal Association of Conservators.





Petr PAVELEC (Czech Republic)
“Development and actual status of measures in the field of protected areas in the Czech Republic”

Barbara NEUBAUER (Austria)
“Cultural heritage protection in Austria. The path to the future”

Rainer WENRICH (Germany)
“Annotations to cultural education as a culture of knowledge”

Alfredas JOMANTAS (Lithuania)
“Monitoring Group – a regional approach for cultural heritage”

Anne Mette RAHBAEK (Denmark)
“How to get a European perspective on Danish heritage using digital platforms”

Thomas DRACHENBERG (Germany)
“With angels and on location – new formats of public relations in Brandenburg”

Paulina FLORJANOWICZ (Poland)
“Communicating Heritage. What for and for Whom?”

Patrick SANAVIA (Luxembourg)
“Inherit, recognize and protect; a common process in Luxembourg”

Marilyn LEWIS (UK Wales)
“Creativity is the key”

Katalin WOLLAK (Hungary)
“Europae Archaeologiae Consilium”

Wolfgang Karl GOHNER (Germany)
“The interest or the impact of the European cultural heritage and its protection supported on the EU level”

Vasco FASSINA (Italy)
“European Technical Committee – CEN TC 346 – Conservation of Cultural Heritage”

Johanna LEISSNER (Germany)
“European cultural heritage research at stake?”

Brigitte MYLE (Belgium), Paulina FLORJANOWICZ (Poland)
“The Reflection Group “EU and cultural heritage”, report and proposed actions”

Terje NYPAN (Norway)
“On the mission and experience of the EHLF. What are the challenges for the future?”


Final Conclusions 2012

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A little bit of history

A European Heritage Summit was first organized in London on 26–28 April 2006 by Dr. Simon Thurley, former Chief Executive Officer of English Heritage. The mission of the Summit was to gather for the first time the European cultural heritage leaders who had the opportunity to exchange their experience and initiate common actions. It was attended by 23 European states which agreed in the Final Statement to continue to meet annually as a forum of European heritage heads, known as the “European Heritage Heads Forum”. Future hosting countries are chosen by general agreement at the annual meeting.

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