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Museums: a Central European proposal for accessibility

Caracciolo (CEI), Promoting culture

09 November, 18:40
(ANSA) - UDINE - The guidelines of a Central European model to increase museum accessibility has been started today from Udine. It's a base on which build social inclusion policies at national, transnational and local level.

''Come-In'', an italian project funded by the Central Europe Interreg program, started in July 2016, developed by 20 partners from Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Croatia, Germany and Poland, co-ordinated by Ince, was presented today in the Parliament Hall of the Castle of Udine. The aim is to experience paths that identify transnational standards for innovative approach and increasingly focus on people's daily needs. The renovation of the Museum of the Udine Castle, which will be open to the public on Saturday November 11 at 6.30 pm, is the first pilot investment in the project.

''Promoting culture and full social inclusion of citizens through initiatives like this, it helps to make concrete our political mandate. It helps to create wide and democratic societies and an European integration process through the highest european standards. Come-In! represents a first goal. It will follow the goal of exporting its values and good practices outside the borders of Central Europe'', said Ambassador Giovanni Caracciolo di Vietri of Ince's Executive Secretariat. (ANSA).

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