Reframing Heritage Education in Egypt [Re-HeED]

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Reframing Heritage Education in Egypt [Re-HeED]

The main aim of the project is to redevelop heritage education in Egypt by creating a generation of qualified Egyptian specialists in heritage education in different aspects of heritage studies; a discipline which is of extreme importance in Egypt. Moreover, it aims to develop research in the field of heritage education by introducing new technologies in documenting, preserving, presenting, and interpreting heritage collections.

Re-HeEd is an international educational and scientific project funded by the Erasmus+  program of the European Union and carried out by seven partner Universities from Egypt, France, Italy and Greece. The project aims at reframing heritage education in Egypt, which fits extremely well within the governmental strategic plans and national priorities. Moreover, the project fits well with the great emphasis the country puts now on the preservation of cultural heritage after the negative effects of the revolution period on the cultural heritage of Egypt

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