FRH Biennial Conference 2023 | European Sustainable Religious Heritage
The FRH Biennial Conference 2023 will address the sustainability of European religious heritage from an interdisciplinary perspective.
The FRH Biennial Conference is a high-level event that brings together members of academia, policymakers, heritage practitioners and other relevant actors to analyse the current state of religious heritage in Europe, discuss the latest developments and engage in a dialogue about the most pressing issues facing heritage.
As UNESCO and ICOMOS have stated, sustainability is of the utmost importance to guarantee the survival of our cultural heritage for future generations. This theme is also at the centre of the European Union’s political and cultural agenda as reflected in the recent report “Strengthening Cultural Heritage Resilience for Climate Change”.
The conference will address the overarching theme of sustainability through four sub-themes:
- Economic sustainability
- Ecological sustainability
- Social sustainability
- Cultural/Spiritual sustainability
The conference will examine these sub-themes not just from within the specific field of religious heritage, but also from an interdisciplinary perspective as they are common to many disciplines in the cultural heritage sector.
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