The ROCK EU webinar programme showcases the leading cultural heritage projects which are driving sustainable urban regeneration across Europe. The webinar programme has been designed to share case studies and insights from ROCK partners on a range of topics relevant to cities, including cultural policy, circular economy, citizen engagement, adaptive reuse, new technologies, and urban biodiversity.
1. Bologna, a front-runner in regulating the urban commons
2. A Living Lab Way of Governing the City : Examples from Eindhoven
3. Introducing the Circular Economy, Environmental Opportunities for Cultural Heritage
4. Improving Biodiversity: Opportunities for Cultural Heritage Venues and Sites
5. Cultural Policy Driving Environmental Change – Case Studies and Recommendations
6. Participatory approaches and social inclusion in cultural heritage
7. Culture as a rocket fuel for urban regeneration: a critical look
ROCK is a European Union Horizon 2020-funded project focusing on historic city centres as extraordinary laboratories to demonstrate how Cultural Heritage can be a unique and powerful engine of regeneration, sustainable development and economic growth for the whole city. Find out more here and visit their website here.
ROCK ran from May 2017 to April 2020. This project received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, under grant agreement No 730280.
Featured image: A competition exhibition as part of the ROCK programme in Skopje, Macedonia.