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REACH D6.4- Resilience and social innovation in cultural heritage: a collection of best practices

The deliverable reflects on the intertwined concepts of resilience and social innovation, as they are debated in academic literature, and presents a focused collection of seven best practice cases illustrating projects and activities that have contributed to enhancing resilience or have experimented with socially innovative ideas in the cultural heritage field, in different European countries.

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REACH D3.1- Participatory Models

In many respects, this deliverable is one of the most significant within the REACH project, as it builds upon the assessment of prior projects and sets the scene for much of the remaining activity. Following this assessment, a wealth of information was discovered and evaluated, to consider how a participatory model or set of models for management, preservation and (re-)use of cultural heritage (CH) could be defined and recommendations made.

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The legal framework of cultural landscapes in Andalusia (Spain): limits and possibilities of public participation from an archaeological perspective

The legal framework of cultural landscapes in Andalusia (Spain): limits and possibilities of public participation from an archaeological perspective. 2019, May. Intention of the article is to ascertain how the management and participation in cultural landscapes are conducted and to identify in which conceptual and normative contexts archaeologists should act in their approach to putting into practice a participatory model.

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Selection of Projects and Mapping of Clustered Research Findings

This is a deliverable of REACH Project and covers an important area of work for the REACH project, as it identifies aspect of prior projects, which will subsequently be used to build participatory models (which can then be tested within the project’s four pilots) and define the concept of resilience, both of which are important planks of the project’s work…

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