During the study visit and consortium meeting in Brussels, the ReInHerit project partners embarked on a journey of exploration, networking, and knowledge-sharing. Coordinated by the European Cultural Tourism Network (ECTN), the visit proved to be a fruitful experience for the consortium, strengthening their connections and paving the way for future collaborations.
Under the guidance of ECTN, the partners were immersed in a diverse range of activities designed to enhance the ReInHerit project’s network and foster synergies. The itinerary included visits to prominent cultural heritage organizations and museums, enabling the partners to gain firsthand insights into the preservation and promotion of cultural heritage in Brussels.
One of the highlights of the study visit was the attendance at the launch reception of the European Heritage Hub, held at the renowned Art & History Museum Brussels. Led by Europa Nostra, this ambitious project aims to mobilize and strengthen the cultural heritage movement throughout Europe. The ReInHerit consortium had the privilege of participating in this significant event, further expanding their connections and deepening their involvement in the cultural heritage landscape.
During their stay in Brussels, the project partners engaged in stimulating discussions with influential figures in the field of cultural heritage. Notably, they had the opportunity to exchange ideas and draw inspiration from Mr. Paul Dujardin, the CEO & Artistic-Science Director of Horizon 50/200 KMKG- MRAH | Jubelpark – Cinquantenaire.
As the consortium moves forward, more exciting news, activities, and collaborations are on the horizon for the ReInHerit project.