Europa Nostra at 60the future

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A look into the future

60 years ago, on 29 November 1963, Europa Nostra was founded at the Council of Europe premises in Paris. Starting out with 11 founding members, it has become the largest civil society network dedicated to cultural heritage in Europe. Today, it gives voice to over 300 organisations from across Europe and beyond. At this occasion Europa Nostra produced a series of podcasts presenting its history, current projects and plans for the future.

This remarkable milestone would not have been achieved without the unwavering support of countless committed individuals and valuable partners. In this podcast, we peer into the future, outlining priorities for both Europa Nostra and the broader heritage sector in the coming years.

Audio producer and journalist John Beauchamp from Free Range Productions followed events during the European Heritage Summit in Venice in September 2023 and gathered a mosaic of voices celebrating activities of Europa Nostra across decades. Europa Nostra Heritage Hub proudly assisted in production of these audio podcasts. Some of over twenty speakers can be seen on photographs below.

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The production and promotion of this podcast series received the generous financial support of Europa Nostra’s partner La Fondation Hippocrène. The podcast Europa Nostra at 60 is part of the Europa Nostra’s Network project European Cultural Heritage Agora co-funded by the European Union.