CultHera aims to increase university staff skills to facilitate civic engagement of cultural and historical heritage in urban and sub-urban environments, as a path to raise understanding of, and to better comprehend, the common EU values, principles, and its concept of a common & shared future.
Partner institutions: Transilvania University of Brasov (Romania), University of Madeira (Portugal), University of Zagreb (Croatia), Universita Politecnica delle Marche (Italy), Foundation for the Development of International and Educational Activity (Poland) and Pax Rhodopica Foundation (Bulgaria).
Researcher(s): Soraia Garcês (member of the research team and UMa coordinator between 2022-2023), Margarida Pocinho, CinTurs and University of Madeira (UMa), Eduardo Leite and António Silva, University of Madeira.
Budget UAlg: n/a
Funding institution(s): Erasmus+ Programme – Cooperation Partnerships
Project No.: 20 21-1-ROO 1-KA220-000031987
Period: 2022 -2024