A major player in inclusion through heritage

ACTA VISTA IN THE WORLD

Making the renovation of the European legacy a lever for professional, social and civic inclusion

ACTA VISTA in Europe and the Mediterranean

ACTA VISTA opens up to Europe with the conviction that the issues of inclusion in the actual market, professional training and heritage preservation are challenges faced by many countries in Europe and around the Mediterranean basin.

Co-building projects with European and Mediterranean actors: the HERO project

The Eramus+ project – HERO – Heritage Ecological Renovation for inclusion Opportunities – is the result of a transnational cooperation between Pour la Solidarité (Belgium), Dragodid (Croatia), Boulouki (Greece), BAO Formation (France) and ACTA VISTA (France, lead partner), within the framework of a European Erasmus+ funding from December 2021 to September 2024.

This project aims to improve the training of trainers in the built heritage restoration sector, specifically around the inclusion of vulnerable people and more environmentally friendly restoration. The HERO project will help to:

  • Map innovative European initiatives working on the heritage-training-environment alliance
  • Offer a pedagogical toolkit around the inclusion of vulnerable people in professional training.
  • Propose an educational toolkit for environmentally friendly heritage restoration.
  • Promote the alliance between heritage, inclusion and training and these new tools to civil society and political actors in Europe.

Discovering new practices and promoting European mobility

ACTA VISTA has obtained the accreditation for Erasmus+ mobility 2021-2027. This support from the European Union allows us to carry out European mobility of staff and employees in integration every year. These trips are unique opportunities to create links with European and Mediterranean organisations, discover new good practices and enrich our model.

Creating a European and Mediterranean dynamic around the heritage-inclusion-training alliance

ACTA VISTA wishes to develop a network of actors in Europe and in the Mediterranean basin interested in integration, training and heritage restoration because we are convinced of the relevance of this alliance.

We are supported by many partners including Europa Nostra, CoPam (Co-developing Heritage in the Mediterranean), Med-NC Réseau Méditerrannée Nouvelle Chance and the European Union.