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3 January 2023

Last November, the Fondazione Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali organised the CHARTER General Meeting and the open conference Present and Future Digital Strategies for Cultural Heritage, that recorded the incredible figure of more than 250 attendees. Following these two events, CHARTER – The European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance – the four year project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union – released two new reports.

Published last December, Who is not a cultural stakeholder in cultural heritage? is the result of a European mapping of internal and external cultural heritage stakeholders, conducted by Work Package 4 (Sector Integrated Dynamics). In particular, the report explores the roles and dynamics of heritage stakeholders, their interests and influence on education and training systems.

To stress even further that 2022 was a particulraly fruitful year for the CHARTER Alliance, another report followed the just released publication by WP4: Benchmarking analysis of innovative/emerging curricula by Work Package 3 (Vocational Education and Training and beyond), a group that also counts among its members our Head of Education and learning Martina De Luca, and our Cultural heritage policies and management expert Marzia Piccininno.

This report aims to highlight curricula leading to innovative and/or emerging professions. What does make curricula innovative/emerging? How can we identify the elements that constitute innovation in cultural heritage education as well as elements that can be used to describe curricula in emerging cultural heritage contexts? These were the questions tackeld by WP3 to start off their Benchmarking analysis of innovative/emerging curricula report, that unfolds in an analysis that is both quantitative and qualitative, and ends up in a benchmarking investigation of the elements that make curricula innovative and that highlight the rising of new professions in the cultural heritage field.

Both the newly released reports – Who is not a stakeholder in cultural heritage and Benchmarking analysis of innovative/emerging curricula – are available for consultation in the ‘Results’ section of the CHARTER website: www.charter-alliance.eu.