So called “Multiplier Events” take place from autumn 2020 in Germany, Spain, Sweden, Belgium and Austria in order to communicate the results of HERITAGE-PRO and to raise awareness for interdisciplinary cooperation.

The events will have different formats (online and face-to-face) according to the needs and interests of the heritage preservation communities in the respective countries. All the outcomes of HERITAGE-PRO will be presented and discussed.

If your institution is interested to host one of the events in Germany, Spain, Sweden, or Austria, please get in touch with the coordinator at heritage-pro(at)  or contact the representatives of the partner organisations.


9. November 2020:Heritage-PRO partner ENCATC starts the Multiplier Events online

The ENCATC Multiplier Event for HERITAGE-PRO will take place in an own session during the annual congress of ENCATC, the network of European cultural managers and policy makers. The Event will bring together experts in cultural and cultural heritage management, however, this year exclusively online. ENCATC is organising a presentation/training session for the HERITAGE-PRO project, whose training materials are now available. Title of the event: “The challenges of the interdisciplinarity in today’s cultural management: the case of cultural heritage as an example“. At

Monday, 9 November 2020, 14.30 h – 16.30 h

there is the possibility to get to know these materials by the developers themselves and to exchange ideas. Project coordinator Dr. Karin Drda-Kühn (Culture and Work) will introduce the project and its ambitions;  project partners will present the training modules (Jermina Stanojev from Swedish RESTRADE), guidelines (Dietmar Wiegand from Austrian Institute of Property Research-IPRE), the HERITAGE-PRO Training Kit (developed by Spanish  ASOCIACIÓN ESPAÑOLA DE GESTORES DE PATRIMONIO CULTURALAEGPC, presented by Isabel Verdet/ENCATC) and the organisation of a training camp for heritage managers and craftspeople (Sascha Kolhey from Entwicklungsagentur Rheinland-Pfalz), which will take place in April 2021.

All materials and activities are focused on interdisciplinary cooperation.

The detailed programme is published on the congress’s homepage. Registration is required.