Create a multimedia database of the intangible heritage of the Mediterranean’s changing urban spaces, leading to collaborative links and sustainable tourism initiatives across the network of cities.
A network of NGOs, Universities, museums and public authorities across the 14 project partners. Funded by the EU (EuromedHeritage II) with a budget of € 3.5 million.
We were responsible for the design, co-ordination and implementation of the research and its outputs, taking a leading role in this substantial project. The project had a strong foundation in multi-sited ethnographic research. Its output of books, films, recordings, maps and exhibitions were used in education, tourism and heritage activities by schools, museums and NGOs in the network cities.
Judged an outstanding project by EU programme evaluators.