Vi utmanar och förändrar människors sätt att tänka kring och använda kulturarv

 
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NCK is a Nordic-Baltic research and development centre, owned by museums and archives in the Nordic and Baltic countries. NCK aims to approach, better understand and enhance learning through heritage. We perceive cultural heritage as a valuable resource that can facilitate, among other things, the development of new competences and contribute towards a sustainable and inclusive society where learning is a lifelong process.

At NCK, we connect practice, policy, and research through securing successful funding of numerous national and international projects. We work with lifelong learning and conduct research, method and policy development in cooperation with cultural heritage institutions, universities and regions in the Nordic and Baltic countries and Europe. In addition to this, we arrange courses, conferences and workshops on a regular basis. We provide these services because we think that cultural heritage is fantastic!

NCK is a place where the whole heritage sector can meet. Welcome to NCK!

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Latest News 

> You can register now for our 2017 spring course on “Museipedagogikens ramar och möjligheter” (in Swedish) following this link.

>  Nominate persons or institutions from the Nordic-Baltic area for NCKs educational award! Find more information here.

> The Pride, Joy and Surplus Value project came to an end in late November 2015. You can read more about the project and watch our animated video here.

> NCK and Jamtli work with culture, health and well-being. You may read our contribution to the Museums Association, UK and Sara Grut and Tine Fristrup’s contribution to the Caring Museum, published in September 2015.

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