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Euromed Heritage IV
Contributes to the exchange of experiences on cultural heritage, creates networks and promotes cooperation
Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syria, Tunisia
Budget: €17 million
It follows on from three Euromed Heritage II-III Programmes.The first aimed at the creation of inventories and networking among institutions, and the other two on increasing the capacities of the partner countries in managing and developing their cultural heritage.
Actions in brief
- Funds 12 projects dealing with diverse aspects of cultural heritage;
- Supports the improvement of the institutional and legislative cultural heritage frameworks of beneficiary countries;
- Facilitates cooperation and networking and promote education and access to culture;
- Encourages the appropriation of local populations to their cultural heritage.
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