In this context, and following the presentation of the National Railway Museum’s Sustainability Plan last May, the National Railway Museum Foundation is organising a Talk entitled Pathways to Sustainability, which aims to talk about sustainability in its different aspects and the contribution of museums to this issue.
European Heritage Days
The JEPs are a joint initiative of the Council of Europe and the European Commission and are the most widely celebrated and shared cultural event by Europe’s citizens.
More than 70,000 events are organized every year with the aim of raising awareness of Europe’s common heritage and the need for its continued protection, through the creation of experiences that promote inclusion and foster creativity and innovation.
The basic idea of the initiative is to promote access to heritage, inviting active participation in the discovery of a common cultural heritage, implying the involvement of European citizens with cultural heritage.
Reinforcing feelings of cultural identity, collective memory and the affirmation of a common heritage whose richness lies in its diversity are the main objectives of the JEPs, which therefore represent a celebration of international solidarity, dialogue and cultural diversity, constituting moments of reappropriation of the cultural remains of the past.