Forum „Cultural Heritage for Everyone – Current Projects in the International Cultural Dialogue”

Summit 2018: event

20/06/2018, 18:00 – 20:00

Goethe Institut, Deutsches Nationalkomitee für Denkmalschutz

Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin
Wilhelmstraße 44
10117 Berlin

Active participation in the cultural heritage is a challenging task that the Goethe Institute meets globally with a variety of projects. How can we experience the value of cultural heritage? How can we convey a sense of cultural heritage today? What role does cultural heritage play in international cultural dialogue? As part of the event, innovative examples such as the project “Heirlooms. European Stories” organised in cooperation with Wikimedia Germany and the project “Parkour and Cultural Heritage”, which takes place in Morocco in collaboration with Institut français de Marrakech, will be presented and discussed.

The event language is English. Free entrance.

Registration is required.


Dr. Uwe Koch, Head of Office, German Cultural Heritage Committee (DNK), Berlin
Gitte Zschoch, Goethe-Institut, Director EUNIC global (EU National Institutes for Culture), Brussels
Augustin Favereau, Head of the Culture and Media Department at the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, President of EUNIC (EU National Institutes for Culture), Paris

“Heirlooms. European Stories”
Jakob Rondthaler, Online Editor, Goethe-Institut, Head Office, Munich
Dr. Dominik Scholl, Head of Education, Science & Culture at Wikimedia Deutschland, Berlin

“Parkour and Cultural Heritage”
Philipp Raasch, ParkourONE Köln
Martin Gessinger, ParkourONE Berlin, Managing Partner ParkourONE Berlin, Deputy Rector ParkourONE Academy

Augustin Favereau
Martin Gessinger
Dr. Uwe Koch
Philipp Raasch
Jakob Rondthaler
Dr. Dominik Scholl

Moderation: Gitte Zschoch

followed by a RECEPTION

Please find the complete programme here.

Goethe Institute in cooperation with German National Committee for Monument Preservation

The event takes place in cooperation with the MakeCity Festival .


Image: Czech Centre Berlin by Jörg Zägel – Eigenes Werk, CC BY-SA 3.0,