The Dissonant Heritage in European Towns
The presence of a significant dissonant heritage is what characterizes all the towns involved in the project. Transforming this heritage in an asset for democratic and sustainable development of their communities is a major challenge. The aim of the Faro project is to stimulate new management solutions based on the “active engagement of local citizens in the creation of narratives of their dissonant heritage”.
The FARO project is funded by funded by Europe for Citizens Program.
The project's duration is 24 months, rom 2 March 2020 to 1 March 2022.
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