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The project

„Forgetting to remember, remembering to Forget” (Rodney Harrison). 

The Forget Heritage project is a three year long INTERREG Central Europe program, which started at 01.06.2016. 
The main objective of the project is promoting cooperation between CE cities in order to identify innovative, replicable and sustainable PPC management models of the historical sites by valorising them through setting up cultural and creative companies. 
The challenge jointly tackled by the project partners is to find an innovative and sustainable solution for the protection and valorisation of the Central Europe cultural heritage, increasing its economic value. 

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Within the Forget Heritage project, centred on the identification of new cultural heritage management models based on public-private cooperation that have innovative, replicable and sustainable character.
During 2017 February all partner held three focus group interview.
The purpose of the focus group was to develop content basic points for the preparation of the documents Analysis of citizens needs and Local stakeholders involvement plan as part of the project Forget Heritage. Various stakeholders - citizens, creative community and other interested public – have an important role in designing possible future uses of (underused) historical sites and bringing new contents to cultural heritage buildings.
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Forget Heritage Conference
on best practicies

Ljubljana, 21 March 2017 
City Museum, Gosposka 15
The Forget Heritage Conference on Best Practices These Old Houses Need New Stories will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on 21 March 2017. The main aim of the conference, organized by the Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region (RDA LUR) in cooperation with the Institute for Economic Research (IER), both Slovenian partners in the project, is to encourage (re) use of cultural heritage sites (1) for new community contents, (2) to present up to date examples of successful management of cultural heritage sites and (3) to encourage integration of different communities - from local to a variety of creative and life-style communities for new economic practices - with an emphasis on the fields of cultural and creative industries. 
The conference is aimed primarily to owners and operators of cultural heritage sites as well as decision and policy makers in this field.
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