Digital Heritage Network manifesto
Being part of the Digital Heritage Network means working according to certain principles and a shift from “institutional thinking” to “network thinking”. A growing number of organisations from the heritage sector support this approach and believe that we can only get the most out of digital heritage if we work together. They therefore sign the manifesto [PDF] of the Digital Heritage Network.
A growing movement
The manifesto was published on 1 October 2018. Ten provincial heritage institutions were the first to sign it that day. They were soon followed by dozens of other organisations from the heritage field.
On the map and in the list below you will find all of the organisations that have signed the manifesto up to now. Zoom in to see all affiliated organisations per town.
List of organisations
Does your organisation support the principles of the Digital Heritage Network and the National Digital Heritage Strategy? Show it by signing the manifesto and joining the growing number of participants.
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In addition to a large and strong national network, we also invest in good international contacts, collaboration and knowledge sharing. After all, digital heritage does not stop at the border. Read more on the International partners page.