Collaborative Methodologies for Heritage Projects with a Critical Approach

Target audience:

Public service officials, heritage project managers, cultural managers, academics, museum officials and directors.


Have completed technical or professional studies in an area related to culture, heritage and/or community work.


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This diploma course is an innovative training programme that provides participants with the theoretical and practical tools necessary to approach the management and development of heritage projects from a critical and decolonial perspective. It also has the opportunity to develop a co-designed project with experts, with the aim of contributing to the regional growth of projects that seek the rescue and renovation of heritage.

Through collaborative and participatory approaches, participants will work closely with local communities, generating a tangible impact on the conservation and revitalisation of industrial heritage as a valuable asset for Biobío.

This programme is based on the premise that heritage management should be inclusive and participatory, where the voices and perspectives of the communities involved are valued and taken into account. The decolonial approach provides participants with the tools to question dominant narratives and promote an appreciation of local knowledge, experiences and traditions.

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