UREHERIT. Architects for heritage in Ukraine: recreating identity and memory
«UREHERIT. Architects for heritage in Ukraine: recreating identity and memory» -- is a three-year project international European cultural project with the aim to build competence on the heritage protection, regeneration of culturally meaningful plans and projects and empowering of local communities as a tool for building the new, democratic, and sustainable Ukraine with a unique yet European cultural DNA.
European and Ukrainian heritage specialists, architects, planners, engineers, other professionals, officers of local authorities and communities of Ukrainian cities will will share their knowledge and experience and analyze topics of protection and restoration of Ukrainian cultural heritage.
The project will address heritage as a resource for sustainable cultural, social, environmental, and economic recovery, while solving challenges of preservation, re-definition and highlighting the national and local cultural identity and reflect the memory in the rebuilding.
Project duration -- 3 years (August 2023 -- April 2026 року)
The project will initiate a platform for long-term cooperation between architects, urbanists, landscape architects and antiquarians from Ukraine and other European countries to protect and develop the natural and heritage as a resource for the recovery of Ukraine
Two–way knowledge -- Ukrainians learning from Europeans, Europeans learning from Ukrainians
The program will contain:
The project will result in a set of recommendations on:
The first public event – public conference “UREHERIT: architects for heritage in Ukraine” will take place on 13th of October 2023, in Lviv, Ukraine
The project is being implemented by the Consortium of 11 organizations with the Architects’ Council of Europe as associated partner:
UREHERIT project is funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author (s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or EACEA. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.