The ICC is an institution of culture active in the fields of research, education, publishing and exhibitions. It facilities international cultural dialogue, taking Central Europe as the point of departure for its action and thought on heritage.
Promoting the scholarly study of Jewish history and culture
The European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS) is the sole umbrella organisation for Europe representing this field of university studies. Its aims are the encouragement and support of the research and teaching of Jewish studies at university level in Europe, and other places of higher education and learning.
JHE aims to aggregate information, shed light on Jewish heritage issues, and stimulate discussion and exchanges among professionals and the interested public.
ICCROM is an intergovernmental organization working in service to its Member States to promote the conservation of all forms of cultural heritage, in every region of the world.
The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance unites governments and experts to strengthen, advance and promote Holocaust education, research and remembrance and to uphold the commitments to the 2000 Stockholm Declaration.
The Association of European Jewish Museums (AEJM) is a major force in the preservation of Jewish heritage in Europe. Representing more than fifty Jewish museums from all over Europe, the Association is actively promoting professional standards and educational activities that help our members to fulfil their task: to preserve the material and intangible Jewish heritage and to create a productive and meaningful discourse about Jewish culture, tradition and history.
The Holocaust Research Institute at Royal Holloway is one of the leading academic centres of its kind in Europe, internationally recognised for its research, teaching, public advocacy and creative work.
The official website for European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 events and activities in Germany
European Association for Heritage Interpretation. Interpret Europe encourages dialogue and partnership between associations and universities, providers and professionals. More than 500 members from 45 countries share their expertise in making natural and cultural heritage more meaningful to people.
Center for Urban History explores urban society and culture of East Central Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth century. Its activities include Urban Image Database, Lviv Interactive, Library, Video archive, research grants support and language courses.
URBACT’s mission is to enable cities to work together and develop integrated solutions to common urban challenges, by networking, learning from one another’s experiences, drawing lessons and identifying good practices to improve urban policies.
Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (IIICH) is a focal point for cross-disciplinary research, postgraduate teaching and policy engagement at the University of Birmingham, UK.
The Foundation for Jewish Heritage is dedicated exclusively to the preservation of Jewish architectural sites, working internationally to ensure a future for historic synagogues, Jewish monuments and places of cultural significance.