Charter Alliance (2021-2024)

CHARTER - The European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance

CHARTER – Cultural Heritage Actions to Refine Training, Education and Roles, is an Erasmus+ funded project, starting from January 2021 until December 2024.

CHARTER brings together and represents the whole range of the cultural heritage sector in Europe, striving towards making apparent the value of cultural heritage and creating a resilient and responsive sector. CHARTER seeks to create a lasting, comprehensive strategy that will guarantee Europe has the necessary cultural heritage skills to support sustainable societies and economies, including transversal competences such as digital/technological and green/blue economy skills.  

The project will bridge the gaps and mismatches between educational and occupational systems and the employer needs. CHARTER will mainstream the methodologies, outputs and outcomes, impacting at European, national and regional levels in order to enable Europe to sustainably protect, promote and enhance its tangible and intangible cultural heritage.

47 partners consortium

CHARTER has a wide consortium of 28 full and affiliate members, and 19 associate members, including top European cultural heritage actors. The consortium combines diverse fields of expertise: education and training; industry and employers; European and international networks; regions.

ENCATC is leading the Working Package 6, dedicated to the communication, dissemination and exploitation of the project.

Latest CHARTER news!

The CHARTER Alliance is now fully focused on the preparation of the next official workshop, “The Diversity of the Cultural Heritage landscape(s)”, to take place on June 21st, 22nd and 23rd. The event will reunite the whole consortium to explore the diversity of our cultural heritage professions, approaches, understanding and terminology through a series of online workshops and interactions between the project partners and external experts. In this occasion, the workshop will be virtually hosted from Timisoara by the National Institute of Heritage of Romania.