Mapping the Central and Eastern European NGO heritage sector – survey invitation

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Mapping the Central and Eastern European non-governmental heritage sector – survey invitation

Welcome to the first survey collecting data on the non-governmental heritage sector in Central and Eastern Europe. Our goal is to learn about its size, activities, challenges and opportunities faced. Later on, the survey’s results will translate into the content for individual and group interviews with representatives of the sector in the region within our Mapping of Central Eastern European Non-Governmental Heritage Sector project. The final results will be presented in the form of a report, which will be ready in spring 2025. You can stay with us and learn all about it by leaving your email at the end of the survey.

Without your kind help we will not be able to complete the task. Only you can provide us with reliable information on the heritage NGO sector in your country. Completing the survey takes only about 15 minutes. Please, help us understand and analyse the non-governmental heritage sector of our region!

For your convenience the survey has been translated in many Central and Eastern European languages. Please, go to the survey and find your language options in the upper right-hand corner of the survey. If your chosen language is Belarussian, please, click here.

We are waiting for your responses until the end of April.

Please, do not hesitate to share the link to the survey with other heritage NGOs of the region. The mapping project is conducted by Europa Nostra Heritage Hub in Krakow, a partner of the European Heritage Hub, which is an EU-funded pilot project bringing together heritage stakeholders and initiatives across Europe to support the transition towards a more sustainable, digital, and inclusive society. The project runs for an initial two-year period from May 2023 to April 2025.