International Projects

The participation of HERITΛGE in international projects aims to enhance its global network and to facilitate opportunities for all professionals in Cultural Heritage Management to acquire skills necessary to succeed in their everyday work.


Collaborate, inspire and get inspired, assist, enable key heritage managers, through targeted training, to independently transform heritage assets from decaying objects of study to dynamic sources of learning, community identity and economic development. Since its founding, HERITΛGE has trained hundreds of individuals and organizations in more than 50 countries and is now on course to impact a quarter of global heritage hotspots by the year 2025. The Heritage Management Organization trains professionals in the management of heritage sites, independently of project specifics. Training practitioners in the essential skills and best practices, which define heritage management is at the heart of the HERITΛGE mission. 

HERITΛGE is privately funded and independent of any governmental authority.


“Heritage Management Project” (HerMaP) Concept was developed in recent years as a medium to respond to the requests we were receiving to implement our “executive leadership workshop” series internationally.

The HerMaP Concept is a series of work packages that include several actions from intensive workshops, online repositories, access to databases to a numerous of other parallel activities depending on the country of its implementation and the local partners working with us on the field. Any specific program is always designed (and in collaboration with local partners) to cover the special needs of the local practitioners who wish to advance the preservation and management of heritage sites. Aware of the fact that these individuals are most often too busy to attend any but the most focused and intensive programs, we have partnered with experts in each of the substantive fields, to provide quality focused workshops on a number of important aspects of heritage management:

  • Successful Fundraising for Heritage Managers
  • Interpretive Writing for Natural and Cultural Heritage
  • Strategy
  • Organizing Temporary Exhibitions from your Collections and Touring Strategies
  • Digital Tools for Heritage Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Communication Strategy and Strategic Marketing for Cultural Organizations
  • Personal Interpretation for Natural and Cultural Heritage
  • Brand New Thinking for Heritage
  • Community Engagement Practices


Parallel activities:

  • Mobility focused activities
  • Artistic interventions inspired by Cultural Heritage 
  • Raising awareness projects
  • Conferences, roundtable discussions, symposiums etc.
  • Exhibitions and online repositories
  • Online multilingual databases

Duration: Most of the programs are usually lasting 3-5 years and the activities in the form of workshops are delivered each year and they last 5 to 10 days in specific cities around the country where the program is implemented. The work continues remotely for the next 2 to three weeks. At the end of each circle of workshops an evaluation meeting is arranged in order to get feedback and get prepared for the next year.


If you are interested in bringing HerMaP in your country do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] & [email protected], or click on the button “I’m interested” below.


International Projects Team ID:

  • Evangelos Kyriakidis, fsa, Senior Lecturer in Aegean Prehistory, University of Kent, Canterbury, HERITΛGE Director
  • Ioannis Trohopoulos, M.Lib University of Wales, Director of Greek Operations HERITΛGE
  • Katerina Balamoti, MA (AUEB/University of Kent), HERITΛGE Senior Manager and Project Coordinator
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