Findings begin to emerge from the CHCFE project

chcfe-reportCHCFE project partners, the International Cultural Centre (ICC) from Poland and the Raymond Lemaire International Center for Conservation (RLICC) in Belgium, presented a progress report of their work to map and analyse the multiple benefits of Europe’s cultural heritage. Among the main findings so-far by the two teams is an indication of an important geographical imbalance in the studies and research collected. The country that has produced the most extensive research in the field of cultural heritage impact is the United Kingdom. There is also a clear difference in the interest and number of studies undertaken between Western and Central Europe with more research analysis found in the West of Europe. Read more