NEMO Museums' 4 Values - Values 4 Museums

As the voice of museums in Europe, the Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO) focuses on four strategic areas that are important for museums and the museum sector to position and to develop themselves in order to contribute and remain relevant for society: the Collection Value, the Educational Value, the Social Value and the Economic Value.

To highlight these values NEMO conducted a European-wide study among its members on how these values are implemented in the every day work of museums. The result is the publication "Museums' 4 Values - Values 4 Museums". Herein the important role museums have for the creation of knowledge and lifelong learning, their impact on communities and their substantial contribution to the economic sector, all of which are stemmed from their vast collections, is represented through 22 exemplary museum projects from 22 European countries.

The presented examples vary in terms of geography, structure and theme and are not necessarily the most publicised, largest or best-supported, but they all emphasise how museums serve their visitors, in particular, and society in general.

The publication is available to download from www.ne-mo.org and hard copies can be sent upon request.

SUBMITTED BY: Anne Gutsche AUTHOR: NEMO - Network of European Museum Organisations ORIGINAL PUBLISHED DATE: 8/10/2015

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