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Heritage Network


Following a hiatus, during Spring 2019 a group of network members are working together to restart network activity. Look out for a Network Newsletter before in June with further details.  

Led by RSA Fellows, this network will share and develop good practice in using the Heritage Index and Networked Heritage principles to engage communities and empower people to drive change locally. The network aims to foster action through new collaborations, promoting the exchange of ideas, practices, and insights in the UK and other countries. By showcasing and supporting the use of the Heritage Index as an advocacy and strategy tool, we aim to strengthen the understanding of its relevance to decision-making in shared societal agendas.

The network is for people volunteering or working in the sector as well as anyone with an interest or passion for heritage and culture. The network aims to connect people beyond the Fellowship to actively address major challenges in engagement and participation in the sector.

The RSA’s Heritage Network brings the sector together nationally, to explore, discuss and take positive action to address the challenges of engagement and participation in heritage and culture.

Isilda Almeida Harvey

Heritage Network Chair

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Network Champions

Network Champions

The Heritage Network is made up of a varied group of passionate heritage advocates, including sector professionals with decades of experience; community activists tirelessly preserving their local heritage assets; and people with a broad interest in how heritage shapes their community. This diversity is reflected in the Fellows leading the network, Chaired by Isilda Almeida Harvey FRSA and supported by a group of dedicated Heritage Champions who will be helping to connect and support members of the network across the UK. 

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