The project took place from 2014-2016 and the complete results can be approached through www.interpretingheritage.eu.
InHerit aimed to build heritage staff capacity for competence oriented non-formal learning at heritage sites through professional development of managers and educators at these sites.
The project partners stated that through more professional heritage interpretation museums and heritage sites can serve as a low-threshold gateway to lifelong learning in non-vocational contexts, and that people with negative feelings towards education will gradually appreciate learning and overcome stereotypes by broadening their horizon.
InHerit project partners
Landcommanderij Alden Biesen, Lead Partner (Belgium)
Interpret Europe (registered in Germany)
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Museology Sub-Department (Croatia)
Istituto Pangea Onlus (Italy)
Malopolski Instytut Kultury (Poland)
Leiden University, Platform Opleiding, Onderwijs en Organisatie (Netherlands)
Association for Heritage Interpretation (UK)
English Heritage (UK)
Swedish Centre for Nature Interpretation (Sweden)
ICOMOS-ICIP, International Council on Monuments and Sites – International Committee on Interpretation and Presentation
International Association of World Heritage Individuals
Association of Cultural Centres in Historic Sites, ACCR
ICOM-ICTP, International Council of Museums – International Committee for the Training of Personnel
InHerit project results
Individual development in heritage interpretation (Manual)
Intro to professional development in heritage interpretation
Competence-driven training for heritage interpretation
Exploring the philosophical roots of heritage interpretation