The project is the result of a cooperation between five European cultural organisations with the aim to:
Implementation period: 01/04/2023 - 31/03/2025
Project budget: € 200.000,00
The project 'SDGCultheritage. Let’s create an SDGs heritage' is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Creative Europe 2021-2027 programme.
The main objective of the InterRevita project is to improve policy instruments for the integrated territorial development of small and medium-sized cities. The project activities will focus on introducing improvements to policy instruments in the following thematic areas:
The implementation of the project will contribute to the improvement of comfort and quality of life in small and medium-sized towns based on 3 pillars: social, economic and environmental.
Implementation period: 01/03/2023 - 28/02/2027
Project budget: € 1.417.930,00
The project “InterRevita: A better life in small and mid-sized cities: from Interregional actions to improved Revitalisation strategies” is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg Europe 2021-2027 programme.
The Central Mountains project addresses the challenge of building long-term and stable cooperation across borders in mountain areas. Many of these areas suffer from a low level of territorial cohesion, a lack of shared vision and effective cooperation, a lack of funding and insufficient involvement of citizens.
For these reasons, the project aims to improve governance structures and processes, which are key to strengthening regional development and achieving cohesion across borders.
Implementation period: 01/03/2023 - 28/02/2026
Project budget: € 2.334.902,00
The project "Central Mountains: From the Alps to the Carpathians – strengthening governance models for sustainable development of mountain areas in Central Europe" is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg Central Europe 2021-2027 programme.
The main objective of the ThisPLACED project “Rediscovering landscapes and identity of peripheral cultural regions across the EU” is to define a favourable and authentic image for peripheral cultural regions in the EU and to further exploit it to promote these regions to a wider public. Based on cultural heritage elements such as collections, architecture, cultural or archaeological sites, as well as traditions, legends, music and dance, the project intends to create an attractive identity for the 4 pilot areas. The use of valuable cultural assets will contribute to the revitalisation of the areas involved.
Implementation period: 01/09/2022 - 31/08/2024
Project budget: € 199 921,60
The project 'ThisPLACED. Rediscovering landscapes and identities of peripheral cultural regions in the EU' is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Creative Europe 2021-2027 programme.
The ForHeritage project aims to collect and analyze the results of previous projects implemented with EU funds and - on their basis - to develop, verify and disseminate best practices regarding the cultural heritage management. The lead partner of the project is the Marshal's Office of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship. Previous projects implemented with EU funds, the results of which will be the reference point for the ForHeritage project, are:
The implementation of the project is justified by the need to provide local stakeholders with good management practices for cultural heritage taken from the best practices of international projects implemented with EU funds.
Implementation period: 01/03/2020 - 28/02/2022
Project budget: € 867 925,00
The ForHeritage project „Excellence for integrated heritage management in cental Europe" is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg Central Europe 2014-2020 programme.
"The Polish-German Beer Route" is a tourism enhancement-oriented project that tries to revive brewing traditions in the Polish-Saxon cross-border region where they date back to the 13th century. Thanks to the creation of the beer route addressed to the tourists, new jobs in tourism and related industries can appear in the region.
The Foundation for Landscape Protection is the lead partner of the project implemented together with the association Tourismusverein Bautzen from Germany.
Project duration: 01/04/2017 - 31/12/2017
Project total budget: € 21.783,30
ERDF co-financing: € 18.515,80
The project "Joint Concept and Promotion of the Polish-German Beer Route" is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Small Projects Fund of the Interreg Poland-Saxony 2014-2022 programme as well as from the state budget resources.
The "RESTAURA" project is aiming at identifying, testing, evaluating and promoting good practices on public-private partnership (PPP) approach in revitalisation of the objects of historical value.
"RESTAURA" brings together 10 partners from 4 countries: Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Croatia. The Foundation for Landscape Protection is responsible for one of the project's thematic packages.
Project duration: 1/06/2016 - 31/05/2019
Project total budget: € 2.086.281,50
ERDF co-financing: € 1.773.339,27
The project "RESTAURA. Revitalising historic buildings through public-private partnership schemes" is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg Central Europe 2014-2020 programme as well as from the state budget resources.