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Património e Território

Patrimonio e territorio

The present study is to comprise an analysis and assessment of the state of Portuguese Heritage assets, from national level in Portugal, based on inventories and data produced by the entities that oversee them. The study is commissioned by the Office of Strategy, Planning and Cultural Evaluation (GEPAC), with the higher coordination of the Office of the Secretary of State for Culture – under the ERDF Operational Programme of Technical Assistance – priority axis « Strategic Coordination and Monitoring of the NSRF « – Heritage and Territory.

This study aims to « underlie and monitor the measures which came to be outlined for investment in projects with cultural component in the programming of the Structural Funds 2014-2020 », and respecting two basic assumptions that, directly, shape the work to develop and encompass their scope. Primlarily, it tries to give an answer to the questions contained in the specifications: a) identify the lack of intervention in Portuguese Heritage assets under public management; b) Diagnose and appraise the state of Conservation of Portuguese Heritage assets; c) Prioritize the needs for intervention, signalling and valorization; d) Evaluate the importance of the Heritage in job creation and in structuring the Portuguese tourism demand; e) Formulate recommendations of strategic and operational nature intervention on the Patrimony, to implement in the new programming cycle of Structural Funds. Secondly, it is inscribed in the research and the lines of work carried out in Portugal over the last two decades, which has been reflected on the sector of culture and heritage to contribute for monitoring of public policy in this sphere. The proposal invests, thereby, in the mobilization of research experiences and in the capitalization of the heap of knowledge produced upon the cultural sector with a view to better understand their dynamics, mutations and possibilities. To this framework of knowledge, joins the existence of a diverse experience at European level that will serve as a counterpoint and touchstone for the construction of conceptual proposals.

Thanks to our member Ricardo Moreira*, the abstract of this study will be published on very shortly. 

*Ricardo Moreira is an economist, with an innovation masters and doing a PhD crossing arts and business, that from an early stage in his career has focus his work in the cultural sector. He has done consultant work for small to big cultural entities, from art associations to national museums, creative industries companies and cultural heritage institutions and has done master classes in the major Portuguese universities regarding arts and business. Simultaneous he has taking part in research projects in the same field studying the impact of management in the cultural sector and the impact of art mind cognition in business. At a national level Ricardo Moreira has coordinate three national studies, two for the national government and one for the Portuguese dance network, in the fields of contemporary art and cultural heritage.

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