Following Liverpool’s hosting of Eurovision 2023, Liverpool City Council and its partners commissioned a wide-ranging evaluation comprising a set of studies of the economic, cultural and wellbeing impacts of the event. The University of Liverpool and Heseltine Institute were commissioned to publish a synthesis of these different evaluation strands to enable the collective findings to reach a wider audience.
The winners of the 2022 European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards, Europe’s top honour in the field, were celebrated this evening with a prestigious ceremony held at the iconic State Opera of Prague.
The European Commission and Europa Nostra announced the 2022 winners of the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards, funded by the EU Creative Europe programme. This year, which marks the 20th anniversary of Europe's most prestigious Awards in the heritage field, 30 outstanding heritage achievements from 18 European countries have been awarded in five categories. These categories are in line with the latest developments and priorities related to heritage policy and practice in Europe.
The ten DISCE (Developing Inclusive and Sustainable Creative Economies) Regional Case studies are available online! The studies present key facts about each location, with a particular attention to how the ‘creative economy’ has previously been understood, based on a review of existing academic literature, publicly available data, and policy documents.