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Abstract. What is the social value of culture? While culture is increasingly being viewed from an economic perspective, there is much more at stake. Focusing on the valuation practices developed by different actors involved in the cultural sector, the EU-funded UNCHARTED project will identify Europe’s plurality of cultural values attached to specific cultural products, productions, services, activities and sites. It will consider the multiplicity of agents and the diversity of evaluation practices. Led by the University of Barcelona and involving 10 research partners based in France, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom, the project will focus on the valuation practices of the various actors involved in cultural life, from the audience and visitors to the artists to experts and politicians.
. Open-Heritage is the independent online platform of the REACH project designed to link research andinnovation projects in the field of Cultural Heritage.It is freely accessible to the entire heritage research community and offers different types of resourcesand mechanisms of interaction for sharing knowledge and experiences:
•a database of Good Practices (participatory approaches in culture, social innovation andresilience);
•links to Researches documents and policies;
•links to innovation projects.
REACH GOOD PRACTICES FOR PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES IN CULTURE
The REACH’s good practices collection comprises over 100 cases in 30 countries, covering a variety of participatory approaches in the field of CH, with an emphasis on small-scale, localised examples, but including also larger collaborative projects and global or distributed online initiatives.
This collection helps professionals, researchers and citizens with the planning of participatory actions.