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CeiED Science Managers and the Museology Department take part in HIGHRES Project meeting

On June 17 and 18, CeiED and the Museology Department were represented by science managers Maria Clara Leal and Nathália Pamio Luiz at the meeting of the HIGHRES Project - Helping IntanGible Heritage REsilience through Storytelling (2023-1-LV01-KA220-ADU-000160743).

The meeting, which took place in Baeza, Spain - headquarters of the Universidad Internacional de Andalucía -, presented the results of work package 2, dedicated to case studies, of the project which aims to promote storytelling as a tool for preserving and promoting intangible cultural heritage, fostering new opportunities and combating inequalities in rural areas.

At the meeting, the ULusófona team presented the panorama of the subject in Portugal and the University's expertise to contribute to this development.

The project, which was approved with 93 points in the Erasmu+ KA220-ADU call - Cooperation partnerships in adult education, with a total value of €250,000.00, had the participation of the managers and team of researchers from the Department of Museology in its prior research and preparation of the consortium for submission.

HIGHRES runs until December 2025 and news of the next steps will be released soon. Get involved too!


More information about the projects under development can be found on the Department's educational page and on Facebook.