Museums as Places for Intercultural Dialogue
Start date: Dec 1, 2007,
Recognising the potential of museums as places for intercultural dialogue, partners from 6 countries worked together to map existing practice, to experiment (pilot) and to actively promote the project findings within the museum and cultural heritage sector. Centred round the implementation of 30 pilot educational activities, involving often very different museums and organisations and addressing a range of target audiences, the focus of the project was upon the identification of good or interesting European practices able to be used in the future to promote intercultural dialogue and intercultural education within a museum environment.
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