Since 1990 the European Forum of Heritage Associations promotes the summer camps and other cultural initiatives organized by the members and from 2003 organizes in the month of July a “FORUM international camp” in Italy, open to all members.

For the summer camps, interested applicants should contact directly the associations and institutions given in the list below.


FORUM INTERNATIONAL CAMP

Each summer, in the second half of the month of July, the  “FORUM international camp” will present a different activity, in support to museums or public authorities who need the participation of volunteers and students to carry on specific initiatives focusing to preservation and valorisation of cultural heritage.




OTHER FORUM CAMPS

BELGIUM – WALLOON
ARCHEOLO-J

Who are we? Founded in 1969, archeolo-J (Belgian archaeological youth) is an association for active leisure. Our purpose is to promote public understanding of archaeology and encourage young people to participate in discovering and safeguarding our past's traces


Website:www.archeolo-j.be


BELGIUM – FLANDERS
JCW


JCW stands for 'Jeugd, Cultuur en Wetenschap', translated in English as 'Youth, Culture and Science'.  Founder member of our FORUM, they involve young people in cultural and scientific activities, and stimulates their interest for cultural inheritance and sciences by realising day activities, weekends, summer camps and workshops. 
Website: www.jcweb.be


ITALY
GRUPPI ARCHEOLOGICI D’ITALIA


The Association was founded in December 1965 by Ludovico Magrini by merging some already existing Archaeological Groups. Over the years the Association has consistently pursued its efforts through the pages of its magazine "Nuova Archeologia" and the active involvement of its volunteers with the aim of contributing to the protection, safeguarding and enhancement of Italian cultural heritage.


Website:www.gruppiarcheologici.org


ITALY
ARCHEOCLUB OF VENICE


From 1988 the Archeoclub of Venice is organising summer camps in the Island of Lazzaretto Nuovo in the northern part of the Lagoon of Venice with the aim to recuperate for cultural purposes the medieval and renaissance buildings and to create an open air museum on the history of underwater archaeology in the lagoon).
Website: www.archeove.com



GERMANY
OPEN HOUSES NETWORK


Our FORUM member Arbeitskreis Denkmalpflege e. V is participating to the Offene Häuser (The Open Houses Network) which dates back to the mid-eighties, when a group of young people voluntarily undertook to restore village churches in danger of decay.
Website:www.openhouses.de


 

FORUM CAMPS PROSPECT