ENGAGEMENT: SHARING THE STRATEGY AND METHODOLOGY
In the third and final part of the project, it's time to share the strategy and engage with the complex network of actors and stakeholders, both public and private, which can make a difference towards a sustainable management of the Historic Built Area.
To raise awareness on the integrated approach promoted by BhENEFIT, we identified three different targets, for which we propose three different kind of activities, following the framework traced within the partnership.
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CIVIL SOCIETY and NGO
Who is the Civil Society?
NGO and citizens involved in the protection of cultural heritage, protection of the environment with social welfare or promoting sustainability in matters of efficient use of resources, economic means and energy efficiency.
Bhenefit Urban Walks are local events where people gather together to enjoy a walk through Historic Build Areas, guided by our partners and experts. The walks follow a thematic path that touches several points in town, focusing on the ones involved in cultural heritage management, to increase awareness about ongoing projects.
Who are the Decision Makers?
Local public authority (Municipalities, Civil Protection), Regional public authority (Regional Administration departments, Regional Agencies, Preservation Boards, Association of Municipalities at regional level), National public authority (National Preservation Boards), Sectoral agency (Energy Agencies, Development Agencies)
TRAININGS and INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS
Interactive workshops and roleplays aim to develop awareness about the HBA management strategy, about the potential of the HBA strategy in in planning and management of HBA sustainable development and to develop the knowledge about common international institutional frameworks of the HBA management in decision makers.
TECHNICIANS AND ENTERPRENEURS
Who are technicians and enterpreneurs?
Professionals and organizations working in the field of HBA management, business owners and private sector managers who need to understand the impact of HBA management on their organizations
SPOT SEMINAR, WORKSHOPS AND INFORMAL EVENTS
Spot seminars are types of meetings between subjects with different perspectives aimed to share information and increase knowledge on specific topic in a very quick way, covering the topics of energy efficiency, technical intervention and heritage valorization.
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