DELPHI Final Conference

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  • 14/10/2020
    10:00 - 14:30

The DELPHI final conference took place online with more than sixty participants. Here you find all presentations and videos to get an impression of the conference.


We want to invite you to the final conference of the Erasmus+ Project DELPHI taking place online on Wednesday, 14th October 2020 from 10:00 am to 02:30 pm (CET). Please save the date!

The aim of the conference is to present the most important results of the project dealing with the professionalisation of Heritage Interpreters and Adult Educators in conveying European Values and promoting European Cohesion. Moreover the conference will show what added value the integration of the approach in different projects in different contexts can represent. The concepts are introduced and further developed by presentations and workshops.


DELPHI Final Conference – online

14th October 2020 from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm (CET)

10:00 – 10:35     Welcome and Introduction to the DELPHI Project

10:35 – 11:45    Presentation and Discussion of Projects in 3 Workshops (3    Perspectives of Application: Heritage Interpretation / Adult Education / Community Work)

11:45 – 12:15     Lunch Break

12:15 – 12:45    Digital Walk & Talk (Social Event)

12:45 – 14:15    How to Apply the DELPHI Approach and Results

14:15 – 14:30   Utilization and Future

14:30                  End of the Conference


About the project:

How can Heritage Interpreters and Adult Educators strengthen European core values and European identity? For many of its citizens Europe is still an abstract construction that is mostly identified with burocracy and limitation of national interests. When dealing with regional or local characteristics – for example cultural or natural monuments – people don’t merely link them to European identity or European values. DELPHI wants to professionalize Heritage Interpreters to strengthen European values and European identity locally and in its regions. Target groups are Heritage Interpreters, Adult Educators and Community workers.