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2017 09 20  Workshop on the role of JPI Cultural Heritage funded research projects on heritage practice will be held on 28th-29th September 2017 in Vilnius

Research Council of Lithuania, Lithuanian national committee for UNESCO, JPI Cultural Heritage, ICCROM and Institute of Architecture and Construction (Kaunas University of Technology) invites you to the workshop on the role of JPI Cultural Heritage funded research projects on heritage practice.

The seminar will take place on 28th-29th September 2017, at Lithuanian National Commission for UNESCO in Vilnius (Šv. Jono g. 11).

One of the important functions of JPI Cultural Heritage is to act as a node for research based heritage practice in Europe. The workshop aims at discussing how to improve this aspect by encouraging wider and more targeted communication between research projects financed by JPI Cultural Heritage and different stakeholders in the field of heritage practice.

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