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The IE Freelancers’ Team is creating a network of freelancers and consultants who earn at least some of their income through contract work. You may be...

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‘Recreating tourism through heritage interpretation’ is the theme for our next conference to be held 1-4 October 2021 in Sigüenza, Spain.

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NEMO, the Network of European Museum Organisations, launched a survey to help work out how to adapt to the new normal.

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This project is about a journey to the beginnings of smuggling interpretive evaluation into archaeological heritage projects.

 

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Nature interpretation in the Nordic countries – experiences, learning, reflection and participation when people and nature meet.

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This project for school pupils in a rural area of Croatia provided a basis in cultural heritage tourism throughout the school year.

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The rich legacy of the peasant-painter, Ivan Večenaj, lives on today through his family – my family.

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The National Interpretation Conference in Israel was held in February this year for the third time bringing 150 participants together.

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Bellaterra, Barcelona province, was ideal for a CIG course and participants had fun whilst learning original ways to guide in nature.

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On 14 July, an online party celebrated our history and successes and looked to the future of IE, with cake and singing.

 

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If you can give your son or daughter only one gift,
let it be enthusiasm.

Bruce Barton