Preserving cultural heritage represents an important opportunity for the development of innovative economic activities aimed at creating new professionals, goods and highly specialized services, offering opportunities for sustainable development and employment. The INFOBC project aimed to modernize the study program in Tunisia in the field of conservation/restoration by giving a new structure to training. The general aim was to introduce a new Euro-Mediterranean curriculum for the preservation and management of heritage with specific cultural, technical and scientific skills.

Full Name

L’innovation dans la formation pour les biens cultureles: un nouveau curriculum euro-méditerranéen pour la préservation de biens culturels



€ 1.133.506,64 EUR

Project Duration

Start Date: December 1, 2013
End Date: November 30, 2017

Project No.


Contact Person

Emilia Stoduto