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Embedding engagement: participatory approaches to cultural heritage


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This article presents the work of the REACH project and its contribution to the EYCH Initiative #9 ‘Heritage for All’. It reflects on the issue of participatory approaches to cultural heritage, focusing in particular on: 1) the REACH repository of good practices, a dataset comprising over 100 examples, European and extra European, of social participation in cultural heritage; 2) the REACH Participatory Framework, developed to provide a protocol of participatory procedures and to support the organisation of local encounters; 3) the future of heritage research, in the light of current discussions about the constitution of a new coordination structure for European heritage research.

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Participation; good practice; cultural heritage; heritage research

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2423/i22394303v9n1p69

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