Working Group The Learning Museum (LEM)

What is NEMO?

NEMO (Network of European Museum Organizations) has a group that explores topics relating to the fields of museum education, audience development, intercultural dialogue and lifelong learning. We organise exchanges and learning through regular study visits to different museums, as well as producing studies and reports.

When Nutrition Meets SDGs with Europeana

In the webinar When Nutrition Meets SDGs with EUROPEANA, the group explored how Europeana can support new educational activities in a digital framework. Margherita Sani, who introduced the session, works at the Institute of Cultural Heritage of the Region Emilia Romagna and is an active member of many professional museum associations and networks such as NEMO and ICOM. Isabel Crespo, Business Development Coordinator in Education in the Europeana Foundation, develops partnerships with relevant players on the educational market, including ministries of education, commercial and noncommercial educational organisations. Patricia Barciela is Director of Domus, the science museum dedicated to the human being in Spain. Specialised in science communication and science education, she participates in numerous national and international projects.

From Zero Hunger to Education with Europeana Resources

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the UN and nutrition can meet in an educational activity by means of Europeana. Good nutrition is the basis for guaranteeing well-being and human potential. For this reason, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the UN commit us to act in favour of global and integrated changes that will put an end to hunger and malnutrition by 2030. The SDGs are 17 objectives that are directly or indirectly related to nutrition. With this Europeana Learning Scenario you can address issues from zero hunger and the end of poverty up to education. The Learning Scenario could be implemented in the museum and online.

If you want to know more, watch the webinar.

Public Domain Mark 1.0: the featured image used to illustrate this article has been found on Europeana and has been provided by the Nationalmuseum, Sweden.

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