SHARE partners are currently conducting research with those responsible for cultural heritage sites and events. Using a case study questionnaire designed by the advisory partner, University of Greenwich, we will collect observations and experiences from those who have opened sites and events with measures to protect visitors and staff.

By gathering responses to the same questions in each partner country, the case studies will be comparable in terms of their content, while showcasing the specific solutions implemented to address local challenges.

Experts from the University of Greenwich will prepare an analytical report of the case studies, for a panorama of how the cultural heritage supply-side reacted to the pandemic. This study of what worked, and especially what didn’t, will provide valuable guidance to those responsible for tangible and intangible cultural heritage assets, and to policymakers, to be more effective and resilient going forward.