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Netcher Consortium invites you to their webinar

NETCHER webinars

About this webinar

The illicit trafficking of cultural goods is one of the topics that EHH is advocating for toward the EU institutions. Therefore we would like to offer the possibility to our members and partners to attend a webinar designed for private owners of historic houses

NETCHER project (NETwork and social platform for Cultural Heritage Enhancing and Rebuilding) aims at building an information network and a chart of good practices at european scale by gathering a maximum numbers of actors engaged in cultural preservation. It is an H2020 program funded by the 8th Framework Program of the European Union for Research and Innovation (Horizon 2020). This project brings together for a period of 2 years (2019-2020) a consortium of 7 European partners, each in charge of different themes and relationships with professional networks.

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Ghislain Dursel European Historic Houses

    Owner of Heks Castle in Belgium and former president of European Historic Houses, Ghislain will present the digital aspects of recording and identifying cultural objects

  • Guest speaker
    Sarah Durdin Robertson European Historic Houses

    Daughter of Huntington Castle in South East Ireland and TV producer, Sarah will present the European Heritage Weeks - Facebook Live Visits project and will talk about the participation of her home in this project

  • Guest speaker
    David Wigg-Wolf German Archaeological Institute | Member of the NETCHER consortium

    David will introduce the audience to the European Union research project for combatting illicit trafficking in antiquities and will present the digital tools as well as the legal framework

Netcher Consortium

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR)
The French National Police College (FR)
Absiskey (FR)
Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia (IT)
Interarts (ES)
Michael Culture Association (BE)
Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DE)