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On October 22-23, 2018, at the Agricultural Advisory Center in Brwinów Branch in Krakow, the first meeting inaugurating the international project titled: YOUTH-EUROPEAN CULTURAL HERITAGE [MINERVA] co-financed under the Erasmus + Program Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices ( KA2): Strategic partnerships (KA205).

The project is carried out in cooperation with organizations from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Spain, Poland, Turkey and Italy.
The duration of the project is 24 months, from 01/09/2018 to 31/08/2020. This is another activity undertaken by CDR O / Kraków for cultural heritage.

The aim of the two-year project is to improve the quality of services related to support and counseling for young people in the field of cultural heritage within the framework of transnational associations. The project is in the context of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 and the social and educational value of the European cultural heritage, its contribution to job creation, economic growth and social cohesion.

It is based on the creation of a European platform with online tools for youth workers, employment agents and volunteers who work with young people on a daily basis. The need is determined by the lack of knowledge and specialist advice for young people about job opportunities in the field of cultural heritage.

Youth services, including youth non-governmental organizations, training companies, youth employment institutes and agencies, should be more active in developing youth activities to support young people as specialists in the field of cultural heritage. For this reason, the need to train youth workers, job brokers and even volunteers has been identified to provide them with the necessary tools to initiate and direct activities targeted at young people, such as employment workshops and individual advice. The project includes the exchange of good practices, the implementation of networks at European level to facilitate youth work with skills related to the field of culture, training of youth leaders and the development of a European online tool platform for youth workers and work intermediaries to inspire them and contribute to the dissemination of work on cultural heritage among young people.

Promoting work in the field of cultural heritage is important because it shows statistical data, where young people are very motivated to use their energy and creativity to develop work related to the European cultural heritage.

The project is included in the context of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 (and also in the context of Plovdiv in Bulgaria, which will be the European Capital of Culture in Bulgaria in 2019) and has the direct objective of increasing the employment of young people in the cultural sector. To this end, a platform with online tools will be created for employees, job agents and volunteers who work with young people on a daily basis.

For this reason, training will be organized to provide them with the necessary tools to initiate and manage activities dedicated to young people; such as work workshops and personalized advice. The project includes exchanging good practices, implementing networks at European level to facilitate finding youth work with cultural skills, training youth leaders and youth, and creating a European platform with online tools for youth workers and work agents to inspire them and contribute to the dissemination of work on cultural heritage among young people.

Promowanie pracy w dziedzinie dziedzictwa kulturowego jest istotne, ponieważ pokazują to dane statystyczne gdzie młodzi ludzie są bardzo zmotywowani, aby wykorzystać swoją energię i kreatywność do rozwijania pracy związanej z Europejskim dziedzictwem kulturowym.

The kick-off meeting Kick Off Meeting was planned at the beginning of the project implementation, during which the partners had the opportunity to become familiar with their previous activities, mainly regarding the support of cultural heritage. On behalf of CDR O / Kraków, the lecturer on Polish cultural heritage was delivered by the Director of the Department, Dr. Krzysztof Duda. On the second day of the meeting, the participants visited the Underground Museum of Krakow and the Agrotourism Farm Red Raj Relaksowisko in Młoszowa, where the owners of, among others, the mutual knowledge of cultural heritage. they are actively contributing to the theme village in Dulowa where both tangible and non-material heritage are cultivated.

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The project involves five partners: INNETICA from Spain; Edu Consulting, z.ú from Czech Republic; Regional Development Agency from the Business Support Center for Small and Medium-sized enterprises from Bulgaria; European Grants International Academy S.R.L. from Italy and GURSU BELEDIYESI from Turkey.

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MINERVA: YOUTH-EUROPEAN CULTURAL HERITAGE
Project no 2018-1-PL01-KA205-050057