Find Partners for Cooperation

You may find it valuable to check this page from time to time.

Interpret Europe helps to find partners for cooperation in projects related to heritage interpretation independently from specific funding schemes.

  • You may find an interesting partner-search request
    funded by a programme you had not heard about.
  • You'll find here those who are taking the initiative for furthering heritage interpretation by collaborating with like-minded people.

Members who intend to cooperate with others informally, or in the context of joint projects, are invited to send a partner-search-request to the Management.

Most recent partner search requests:


Conference 2017 in Inverness: Registration now open

IE Conference Coordinator

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Pilot course for interpretive writers: Looking for a partner!

IE Training Coordinator

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IE-AHI Conference 2017 – Call for Papers

IE Management

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IE Spring Event 2017 in Prague: Call for Papers

IE Management

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Have you got another member on board?

IE Management

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Interpreting reused historic buildings – can you help?

Laila De Bruyne and Inge De Geyter, Belgium

Category news, Newsletter, Culture


IE Research Team: call for members

IE Research Coordinator


Focusing on natural heritage interpretation

IE Management

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Members from more countries?

Thorsten Ludwig and Sebastian Zoepp, Germany

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Interpret Europe on Wikipedia

Thorsten Ludwig and Willem Derde

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Call for Supervisory Committee nominations

Michael Glen, UK

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Facebook group

Besides the official IE Facebook page, members recently started a closed Facebook group for a more intense exchange about heritage interpretation. After one month, the group has more than 100 members and more are welcome. To...

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Greek-Bulgarian project

A project proposal to introduce heritage interpretation in a Greek-Bulgarian cross-border area is about to be submitted. Offers for an interpretive planning process are requested. If you are interested, get in touch with...


Global Alliance

A charter for a Global Alliance for Interpretation has now been drafted and can be consulted at You can also find a link there to send your comments on the text until 11 April.

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Conference proceedings

Please remember that the 2016 conference proceedings will be ready at the conference. Papers for accepted workshops and presentations must be sent by 31 March. Further information is available at...

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IE Conference 2016

More than 100 events are now waiting for you! Besides keynote speeches, plenary meetings and about 20 study visits, 81 parallel sessions have been confirmed by our review committee. You can find the updated conference programme...

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Mentoring in Russia

Would you like to support heritage interpretation in Russia? A member of the NGO 'Great Baikal Trail' is searching for a volunteer interpretive planner to mentor his work on trail-planning and particularly interpretation as tools...


Interpret Europe now on Facebook

If you want to post news, discuss events, or simply get new information from an IE perspective, visit our brand new Facebook page at Within just a few hours, it got lots of likes and if you like...

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Registration IE Conference 2016

Registration is now open. ...

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Newsletter Winter 2015/16

Now online

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IE summer courses 2016

12 - 20 August 2016 at Brno, CZ ...

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IE Conference 2016

21 - 24 May 2016 at Mechelen, Belgium ...

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New flyer

Interpret Europe is growing and becoming more and more recognised among interpreters. But how can we reach those who do a good job in interpretation of natural or cultural heritage but have never heard of 'heritage...

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