World Platform for
and community museums
We aim at connecting all national Ecomuseum and Community Museum networks, existing or to be established, and all other heritage and landscape NGOs, in a virtual and interactive space.
Our purpose is the production of a multilingual documentary and a bibliographic pool of resources on ecomuseology and its best practices.
It is the metaphore used by Gerard Corsane at the 2016 ICOM General Conference.
This platform resembles drops of water which join into rivers and, through rivers, meet the sea and reach the world.
“Network drop” can also indicate the hub of a computer network.
What can you do?
Perhaps there are other ways to imagine the range of tasks needed to create change within the museum world, that will translate into positive cultural change within communities and human systems. Write us your suggestions and share your projects!
Networks who joined us:
- Piedmont ecomuseums network (Italy)
- Lombardy ecomuseums network (Italy)
- Portuguese Network of Ecomuseums, Comunitary and Local Museums
- Saskatchewan Ecomuseum Network Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/saskecomusems
- Nubia Museum
- UPAMI - Universidad Nacional del Sur- Bahía Blanca- Argentina
- Turkish Network of Ecomuseums
Let fill the world of drops...
We are working on the 17th sustainable development goal: revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development
The UN Sustainable Development Goals represent the largest and most 'global' effort to effect change capable of setting humanity and the biosphere on a path towards a sustainable future. (more on this page)
The Steering Committee of the Milan Cooperation Charter:
Raul Dal Santo (Italia)
Hugues de Varine (France)
Óscar Navajas Corral (España)
Karen Brown (Scotland)
Heloisa Helena Costa (Brasil)
Douglas Worts (Canada)
Kazuoki Ohara (Japan)
Francesca Pandolfi (Italia)
Filedelfja Musteqja (Italia)
Gordana Milanović (Serbia)
Mustafa Dogan (Turkey)