1. General information

Thank you for registering for our Peer Learning Visit in Budapest.


What are peer learning visits?

Peer learning visits are an opportunity for groups of experts, decision-makers and stakeholders to discuss first-hand how cities and regions successfully implement cultural heritage policies and projects and how to locally support culture and cultural heritage, based on the experience of the host and the participants.

Participants (around 24 per visit) will discuss challenges and barriers encountered along the way and how they were overcome. The online visits consist of a series of engagements taking place at the same time over 3 to 5 consecutive days (between 1.5 and 2 hours a day, depending on the number of days scheduled for the visit).

During the visits, you will be introduced to the host city local context and successful practices related to culture and cultural heritage. You will get useful information and ideas for improving their existing local projects, initiating new ones or transferring some key elements of the presented practices. Our peer learning methodology is designed to stimulate interaction, collaborative learning and solution-building!

 

Our visits are part of Cultural Heritage in Action, the European peer-learning programme on cultural heritage for cities and regions. It is funded by the European Union’s Creative Europe programme and it is implemented by a consortium led by Eurocities with KEA, ERRIN, Europa Nostra and Architects’ Council of Europe. Cultural Heritage in Action shall empower cities and regions to strengthen their cultural heritage policies and initiatives as well as develop innovative solutions to preserve cultural heritage assets.

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* 1. Name and Surname

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* 2. Email address

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* 3. Phone number

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* 4. Please, write here the city, region and/or stakeholder that you work for. Feel free to add any kind of link.

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* 5. What is your position?

Budapest:
Social inclusion, cohesion, volunteering and engagement through heritage and culture: focus on Budapest100 festival

From 25/05/2021 to 28/05/2021


Budapest focuses on social inclusion and cohesion through heritage and culture, including the festival Budapest100, which sees communities all over the city open their doors to the public annually. The visit will touch upon volunteering, local engagement and communication.

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* 6. You are applying to Budapest. How do you think your participation in this online peer-learning visit can be useful to help tackle your local issues at home? (please, elaborate, max. 300 words)

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* 7. What can you bring to the visit, both in terms of concrete policies and projects from your city/region and personal experience? (Please, elaborate, max. 300 words)

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* 8. What do you expect from your participation in the online peer-learning visit for your city/region? What are the desired outcomes and results? (Please, elaborate, max. 300 words)

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* 9. By responding to this call for participants, I understand that I commit to take part in all the sessions of the online peer-learning visit.

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* 10. I understand that my attendance must be complete to receive the certificate from the European Commission (Directorate-General for Culture &Education) and the Cultural Heritage in Action partners.

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* 11. I agree that the online peer-learning visits will be recorded and that recordings maybe be used for further learning or dissemination purposes.

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* 12. I agree that my contact details can be shared with the other selected participants of the peer learning visit

Thank you for completing the registration process to Budapest.


The Cultural Heritage in Action team will inform you of the result of your application shortly.

Do not hesitate to contact us at culturalheritageinaction@eurocities.eu if you would have further questions
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