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We provide Committees of the AUTHOR DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR INTERNAL POLICIES

European Parliament in the area of Nicole Gesche-Koning POLICY DEPARTMENT


STRUCTURAL AND COHESION POLICIES
Structural & Cohesion Policies with a
dedicated research service.
As a Policy Department we do our own
research but also contract external
experts to deliver studies and briefings Education in Cultural
for the Committees.
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IP/B/CULT/IC/2018-003
Finding new ways to open structural
PE 617.486 July 2018
synergies between the education
and cultural heritage sectors
leading towards greater
sustainability

A study commissioned by the


Committee on Education
MAIN
ABSTRACT FOCUS ON
CONCLUSIONS

• Structurally incorporate education on This work aims at recommending how, in Cultural heritage and education should
heritage into school curricula. order to contribute to sustainable be integrated into an inclusive,
development, cultural heritage and horizontal and life-long learning
• Share good practice transferable education should be integrated into an approach.
examples and have useful documents inclusive, horizontal and life-long learning
on heritage education and schools approach. The role of heritage and education is to
translated and disseminated more discover how the two should be
widely. It is highly recommended to have cultural combined . It is important to high-light
heritage at the very core of education and that behind each museum object, each
• Efforts are being made towards not as a stop-gap; also to see education element of heritage, there is a human
bringing together functional and more deeply rooted in cultural heritage being with his/her own existence and
practical information which is easy to through adequate and efficient mutual story.
share. Wide-ranging interests when long-term partnership policies.
planning websites is still a crucial issue.

• There is a strong demand for adequate Comments on this study are welcome at:
training in cultural heritage matters and
poldep-cohesion@europarl.europa.eu
specific training courses are
recommended.
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available for cultural heritage education the above address mentioning which
which must be implemented in the committee area is of interest:
general budget of all education and AGRI
heritage bodies depending on the EU CULT
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The full study is available here:


http://bit.ly/2Kyb4V8