Cultural heritage is increasingly seen as a fundamental resource of the European Union since it improves not only the overall economic growth and employment but also social cohesion and environmental sustainability.
A better knowledge of the other cultures means an improved sense of understanding of what is different and an improved capacity to adapt and to deal with it. Moreover, the increased accessibility to cultural heritage contributes to build a sense of belonging and identity.
With this in mind, the Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership DigitalRoutes@Culture project aims to promote social entrepreneurship education, cultural awareness and digital competences in an attempt to address issues of rural development and urbanisation.
Społeczna Akademia Nauk Warszawa
Fundacja Mapa Pasji
Asserted Knowledge – AKNOW
TE IS Foundation
DigitalRoutes@Culture is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.