Participant countries and organisations

The following countries and organisations are full participatory members of the JPI on Cultural Heritage and Global Change (JPICH) and are therefore very much involved in the management of the Heritage Portal. The Heritage Portal community is, of course, open to everyone, regardless of whether they come from a participating country or not... our aim, and the aim of all our Heritage Partners, is to have as wide and diverse a membership as possible. We hope you'll join us!

Italy (coordinator)

Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities

Ministry of Education, University and Research

Belgium

Belgian Science Policy Office

Belgian Federal Science Policy (BELSPO)

Cyprus

Planning Bureau

Research Promotion Foundation

Cyprus Institute (CYI)

Czech Republic

Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic

Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Academy of Sciences (ITAM)

Denmark 

Danish Agency for Science Technology and Innovation

Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation

The Danish Council for Indipendent Research Humanities (DCIRH)

France

Ministry of Culture and Communication

Ministry of Higher Education and Research

Ireland

Heritage Council of Ireland

Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht

The Netherlands

Ministry of Education, Culture and Science

Cultural Heritage Agency

Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

Lithuania 

Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania

Research Council of Lithuania (RCL)

Norway

The Research Council of Norway

Poland

Ministry Of Science and Higher Education

Romania

National Authority for Scientific Research (ANCS)

Slovakia

Ministry of Education of The Slovak Republik

Matej Bei University (MBU)

Slovenia

Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology

Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia (IPCHS)

Spain

Ministry of Science and Innovation

Ministry of Culture

Spanish Cultural Heritage Institute  (IPCE)

Sweden

Swedish National Heritage Board

United Kingdom

Department for Business Innovation and Skills

Arts and Humanities Research Council

 

In addition, the following eight countries have joined the project in an observatory capacity:

Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Israel, Latvia, Portugal

 
SUBMITTED BY: admin admin AUTHOR:  ORIGINAL PUBLISHED DATE: 12/20/2012

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