ACTIVITIES OF THE ASSOCIATION IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 

In the area of international contacts, the Association has become a member of the pan-European organisations European Historic Houses (“EHH”).

The Association has all of the prerequisites for forming and nurturing mutual contacts with organisations abroad. Many of the Association’s members (most of whom lived abroad previous to 1989) have excellent business and social connections internationally. Furthermore, many of the Association’s pre-eminent members are conversant in several languages, which is an important asset for international relations.

In the area of international contacts, the Association has become a member of the pan-European organisations European Historic Houses (“EHH”).

The principal aim of international cooperation is to draw on the experience of individual national associations similar to the Czech Association in their home countries. Many European countries have well-honed systems for supporting the care of movable and immovable cultural, architectural and historic monuments, which have been in use and constantly improved and adapted to changing needs over a period of several decades. The Association hopes to bring these programmes to the attention of the appropriate Czech authorities and ensure that they are adopted here and adapted to local needs.

As part of its international cooperation remit, the Association has organised, and hopes to continue organising, both working and social meetings with representatives of foreign associations to make them aware of the situation concerning the care of cultural and historic monuments in this country, as well as to gain access to international charities and super-national programmes, whose aim it is to preserve the cultural heritage throughout the whole of Europe.

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