For the second year, we want to share with you the most relevant experiences that our network has had during this 2019. Therefore we invite you to see the next special and relive these special moments.
Within the framework of the Erasmus + youth exchange project 'Angels of the Cultural Heritage', which took place between 3 and 12 of November of 2019 in the town of Rajcza (Poland), an ESACH Day led by Daryna Kupriianova (member of the DC)
On Saturday, November 16, Olesa de Montserrat Town Council organized an outing for the cultural inclusion of people with functional diversity. This was done thanks to the group of volunteers called "Volunteers of Joelette d'Olesa de Montserrat" and to the guide of the exit @ JuanSoler. The "excursion with Joëlette" activity organized by the City Council is an inclusive trip that takes place every third Saturday of the month so that people with functional diversity can take a path through the...
At Girona's University has been realized the Seminary theoric-practical: Landscapes saved-landscapes to save, civil society, mobilizations and defense of the territory at the regions of Girona. Organized by the Department of Geography, Department of Ambient Sciences, Unit of Social Commitment of Girona's University and Girona's Naturalistic Association.
ESACH wants to commemorate the anniversary of the signing of the Convention Concerning the Protection of World Cultural and Natural Heritage (Paris, November 16, 1972) with a week dedicated to World Heritage knowledge highlighting seven "places that connect" Europe.
The purpose of the agreement is to manage and diffuse the HN Blog, an online resource of this association that wants to comment, inform or reflect on Spanish society about issues related to Cultural and Natural Heritage.
During a week (from 12-15 march 2019), students of the master’s degree in Heritage of the University of Girona have received a very interesting museologist of the Natural History Museum of Paris, the Dr. Fabienne Galangau-Quérat.
The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 came to an end last December, but its momentum and spirit must endure. Having this idea in mind ESACH starts its third year of existence facing the great challenge of continuing to reach young Europeans as a meeting point for students and young professionals of cultural heritage in the European Union.
Welcome to this special through which you can know at a glance all the activities we have done throughout this 2018, European Year of Cultural Heritage.
From the European Students' Association for Cultural Heritage we have much to celebrate because during this year we have seen how our network has grown to be present in universities in six countries of the European Union.
We take parto of the ICOMOS Germany International Conference “Palace – City – Garden. The Royal Residence as Historic Cultural Landscape”, 5th-7th November 2017, Schwerin/Landtag von Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.