Access Survey 2019

The first round of Access Survey was conducted in 2018 in four member museums: The National Museum of Leskovac, NI Institute and Museum Bitola, Museum of Secret Surveillance: House of Leaves in Tirana and Museum of Vojvodina in Novi Sad. The pilot process was supported with the grant from the Headley

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National Museum of Leskovac improves inclusion thanks to access surveying process

“Thanks to taking part in the Access Survey process the National Museum of Leskovac was able to fulfill the basic human rights of disabled people who are now actively involved in the social and cultural life of the city, as creators and individuals that also realize the museums’ programme.” Suzana

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Small grants 2018

APPLICATIONS FOR SMALL GRANTS 2018 ARE OPEN! If you have developed a projects proposal dealing with either access and inclusion of Deaf and disabled people in museums or interpretation of cultural heritage, apply to CHwB B&H and BMN grant. Maximum total amount requested can be up to 4.000 EUR. A

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Inclusive workshops and the digitisation process

Zenica City Museum finalized the implementation of the project “3D MUSE” which produced new museum services, developed educational activities and material, as well as improved the museum infrastructure and established new partnership, involving around 200 persons in total. The results of the project are a good basis for the continuation

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Funds for Compelling and Innovative Museum Projects

For the fourth year in a row, Balkan Museum Network (BMN) and Cultural Heritage without Borders in BiH (CHwB BiH) are organizing small grants scheme. ✓ If your museum is member of the Balkan Museum Network, ✓ If you want to cooperate with partners (another museum or non-museum organisation), ✓

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Crafting Access

Cultural Heritage without Borders Bosnia and Herzegovina is happy to announce that the beginning of the project “Crafting Access ‐ capacity building for heritage and craft-based inclusion across the western Balkans” is scheduled for 1st of September 2015. Together with Balkan Museum Network (BMN), Deaf and disabled people’s organizations across

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