CHEERS

THE CHEERS NETWORK

The Cheers network is made up of experts and stakeholders for the protection of the Alpine cultural heritage. 
It involves people with know-how and in the field expertise in risk analysis, emergency planning, cultural heritage conservation and valorisation.

It is periodically involved in the activities of the Partners as a very relevant reference group for the sharing of problems and solutions, important for a more effective and useful design of the deliverables and the transfer of tools and knowledge into practice.

The meetings and the events that take place during the project are the basis for the establishment of the network. 

National forums for mutual sharing of experiences on relevant past disaster cases

These national events were dedicated to illustrating cases of natural disasters that caused damages to local cultural heritage and losses in terms of identity, cultural and economic values.
The meetings have been the basis for the establishment of the CHEERS network of experts and stakeholders for the protection of cultural heritage in the Alps, a network meant to be a reference for the CHEERS activities. 
The network is periodically involved in the activities of the partners as a very relevant reference group for the sharing of problems and solutions, important for a more effective and useful design of the deliverables and the transfer of tools and knowledge into practice. 
The following document provides a brief summary of the national exchange events organised by the Partners in their Countries and a list of the stakeholders involved.
 

Exchange events in the field of cultural heritage management and stock taking, hazard mapping and civil protection

The project Cheers pursues the innovation in the field of cultural heritage valorisation and protection also by a transnational exchange among experts on cultural assets cataloguing, hazard mapping and on-field protection activities. The network is stimulated to dialogue at national and transnational level on relevant technical aspects, and on the opportunity for an integration into an Alpine database of cultural assets.

 

Open Data and Open Maps for Heritage Protection, Bellinzona (CH), 21st February 2020
News – Report – Pictures - Interviews

Interactive National Stakeholder Workshop, AUSTRIA, Innsbruck , 11th November 2019
Report

Interactive National Stakeholder Workshop, FRANCE, Barcellonette, 11th September 2020
News - Report

Interactive National Stakeholder Workshop, ITALY, on-line meeting, 16th and 23rd September 2020
News - Agenda - Pictures
Trento case study: slides - video (ITA)
Report of the wildland-urban interface fire table (ITA)
Report of the hydraulic risk table (ITA)
Report of the hydrogeological risk table (ITA)