Co-funded by the PBU Programme, the project Invisible heritage: exchange and implementation of good practice in access to culture for persons with a visual impairment (acronym TouchingThePast), is one of the five finalists in the 'Social and Inclusive Europe' category of the prestigious Regiostars competition organised by the European Commission. In the competition, the project goes under the name Invisible heritage.
The winners of the competition will be selected as a result of a public vote, which began on 14th September and will run until 14th November. Together we have the opportunity to support Invisible heritage project, which works for equal access to cultural heritage for blind and visually impaired people. It is an initiative of The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (PL) and The Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (UA) and aims to create opportunities for people with a visual impairement to participate in cultural life. Through a number of activities, such as the adaptation of cultural resources, education and the exchange of experiences, this project is turning our cultural heritage into a more accessible heritage.
Your vote is extremely important! By voting for Invisible heritage project, you are supporting the mission to create a more open culture.
1. Visit the Regiostars competition page.
2. Find "Invisible heritage" project in the category A social and inclusive Europe.
3. Click 'Submit my vote' and follow the instructions sent to the email address provided.
You can only vote once.
You can vote for up to three projects by ticking the box next to the project description. Each vote must be cast for a different project. Once you have ticked the boxes next to the projects you want to vote for, don't forget to click "Submit my vote" at the end of the page. Your vote will only be taken into account if you click this option.
Vote now and be part of this inspiring work! Together we can make our regions even more welcoming and accessible for everyone.
Thank you for your support!
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