Month: September 2014
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An intercultural tool for museums BY DBPSite
“Although it was initially developed for a comparative study of city museums, the grid can be used by all types of museums and heritage institutions wishing to reflect upon their engagement with diverse communities. Museums may find it useful for initiating brainstorming sessions and self-assessment exercises, supporting planning processes, conducting intercultural project evaluations, or facilitating benchmarking and the exchange of strategic information.

Researchers in the heritage and cultural management fields may also find it useful for collecting, analyzing, and comparing data on issues related todiversity and intercultural dialogue in the museum sector.” Learn more here.