Supporting Institutions and Partners

The Swedish National Heritage Board, under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, serves since the 17th century as Sweden’s central administrative agency in the area of cultural heritage and cultural or historic environment. Cultural heritage protection and management in Sweden aims to preserve and manage sites of historical, architectural or archaeological significance and to empower cultural heritage as a force in the evolution of a democratic, sustainable society.

Within the German Cultural Heritage Committee (Deutsches Nationalkomitee für Denkmalschutz) the most important German organisations in the field of monument protection and conservation are assembled. It is furthermore the coordinating institution of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 in Germany.

Mazu Press is a publishing company newly established in Portugal. Publisher of ESACH Volume dedicated to papers of students and young researchers in the field of culture & heritage:  "New Perspectives in Interdisciplinary Cultural Heritage Studies. Contributions of the European Students' Association for Cultural Heritage in the European Year for Cultural Heritage 2018"

Collections: Arts & Humanities | Cultural Heritage | Architecture | Social Sciences 



EUROPA NOSTRA represents a rapidly growing citizens’ movement for the safeguarding of Europe’s cultural and natural heritage. Our pan-European network is composed of 250 member organisations (heritage associations and foundations with a combined membership of more than 5 million people), 150 associated organisations (governmental bodies, local authorities and corporations) and also 1500 individual members who directly support our mission.

The German National Committee of ICOMOS is a international non-governmental heritage organisation. In accordance with the World Heritage Convention of 1972 ICOMOS is advisory body to UNESCO.


ICOMOS Germany advocates the preservation of monuments, ensembles and cultural landscapes on a national and international level. In cooperation with various partners including ESACH, the committee will play an active role in the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 in Germany, which follows the motto “Sharing Heritage”.


The Santander Art and Culture Law Review is a bi-annual journal. Its primary objective is to offer both Polish and foreign authors the opportunity to present their research, and offer readers the opportunity to read papers by both groups of authors. The project Creating and managing an interdisciplinary legal journal dealing with culture- related issues is implemented within individual grants offered by Santander Universidades.


The Santander Art and Culture Law Review conforms with the pro-cultural policy of both the Santander Group as well as the Santander Universidades Programme. The journal, as well as its panel of experts on cultural property law, are committed to promote the international transfer of expertise and actively contribute to the promotion of culture in the academic sphere in line with the aims of Santander Group. 

AEGEE (Association des États Généraux des Étudiants de l’Europe) is one of Europe’s biggest interdisciplinary student organisations and ESACH partner during the EYCH 2018. It's a non-governmental, politically independent, and non-profit organisation, founded in 1985 in Paris, which has grown to a Network of 13000 friends, present in 200 cities in 40 countries all over Europe. AEGEE puts the idea of a unified Europe into practice by operating without a national level. AEGEE empowers students and young people in Europe to take an active role in society. It creates a space for dialogue and learning opportunities as well as acts as their representative towards decision-makers. Moreover, AEGEE strengthens mutual understanding and brings Europe closer to young people.