The last two years, marked by COVID-19, have had anegative impact on all spheres of economic and social life but the physical accessto the natural and cultural heritage objects has been hit the hardest, at the earliest andperhaps most visibly due to the restrictions imposed.

One possible solution to tackle this unprecedented situation canbe ensured by the digital technologies that provide new ways to manage and access the cultural and natural heritage objects. The topic of digitalization of natural andcultural heritage is becoming increasingly relevant in the times affected by COVID-19 and in this context Project CD-ETA, during the next one year will continuethe exchange of experience process on the topic between partners' regions from Bulgaria,Romania, Greece, Spain, Italy, Slovenia and Estonia.

On November 9th, 2021 Project CD-ETA organizes an Interregional Online Workshop to relaunch the exchange of experiences activities and to outline the state-of-art in the partners' regions after facing the challenges of COVID-19 pandemic in the fields of natural and cultural heritage digitization policies.

If you are interested in the digitalization of naturaland cultural heritage and want to know how the European institutions arecoping with the challenges of the pandemic, you are welcome to take part in our interregional event.

Registration is open and you can register for the event here:

During the online event on November 9th (10:00-14:00 CET), you will have the opportunity to:

  • get familiar with the current situation in the fields of natural and cultural heritage digitization in 7 European regions  - Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Spain, Italy, Slovenia and Estonia;
  • get information how to take advantage of the opportunities provided by Project CD-ETA through the exchange of experience process;
  • ask your questions to the presentators.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The event is fully online, so you can take part in it from the place you are at the moment. The working language at the event is English. We are looking forward to see you online!