On May 28th 2020, the wrap-up conference of the project “Cultural heritage Linking diversities in Europe – CLINK” took place to mark the end of its implementation. This final event was organised as a virtual gathering by LDA Mostar.

The event was attended by representatives of the project partners, cultural workers, representatives of cultural institutions and associations. Nearly 100 participants discussed the results of the project implementation and exchanged their views on the topic “Regenerating heritage: new life for abandoned industrial, religious, military and public buildings".

Through a number of different presentations and discussions, prominent international speakers from academia and cultural and historical institutions as well as experts in the field of cultural heritage presented the challenges in giving a new life of the cultural heritage. The panelists showcased different aspects of the abandoned cultural heritage and its regeneration. Furthermore, this conference presented the results and outcomes of implementation of the project activities.

In addition to the Conference presentations, the participants were also able to download the materials produced within the project, namely:

The event was concluded with a common statement acknowledging that heritage is a potent driver for community action.

The CLINK project is financially supported by the Europe for Citizens programme, and implemented by LDA Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) as lead partner and LDA سوبوتيكا (Serbia); Association des Agences de la Democratie Locale (France); LDA Knjaževac (Serbia); LDA بريدور (Bosnia and Herzegovina); LDA Sisak (Croatia); LDA Nikšić (Montenegro); Omma Studio (Greece); LDA Zavidovići (Bosnia and Herzegovina); LDA Albanija (Albania) as partners.

On May 28th 2020, the wrap-up conference of the project “Cultural heritage Linking diversities in Europe – CLINK” took place to mark the end of its implementation. This final event was organised as a virtual gathering by LDA Mostar.

The event was attended by representatives of the project partners, cultural workers, representatives of cultural institutions and associations. Nearly 100 participants discussed the results of the project implementation and exchanged their views on the topic “Regenerating heritage: new life for abandoned industrial, religious, military and public buildings".

Through a number of different presentations and discussions, prominent international speakers from academia and cultural and historical institutions as well as experts in the field of cultural heritage presented the challenges in giving a new life of the cultural heritage. The panelists showcased different aspects of the abandoned cultural heritage and its regeneration. Furthermore, this conference presented the results and outcomes of implementation of the project activities.

In addition to the Conference presentations, the participants were also able to download the materials produced within the project, namely:

The event was concluded with a common statement acknowledging that heritage is a potent driver for community action.

The CLINK project is financially supported by the Europe for Citizens programme, and implemented by LDA Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) as lead partner and LDA سوبوتيكا (Serbia); Association des Agences de la Democratie Locale (France); LDA Knjaževac (Serbia); LDA بريدور (Bosnia and Herzegovina); LDA Sisak (Croatia); LDA Nikšić (Montenegro); Omma Studio (Greece); LDA Zavidovići (Bosnia and Herzegovina); LDA Albanija (Albania) as partners.