Working at an NGO: Karama & Europa Nostra (Round 1 & 2)

Europa Nostra is the pan-European federation of heritage NGOs, which is also supported by a wide network of public bodies, private companies and individuals. Covering more than 40 countries, it campaigns to save Europe's endangered monuments, sites and landscapes, in particular through the 7 Most Endangered programme. It celebrates excellence in the safeguarding of heritage through the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards. It also contributes to the formulation and implementation of European strategies and policies related to heritage, through a structured dialogue with European Institutions.

Audrey Hogan, Programme Officer

Audrey studied History of Art and French at University College Cork in Ireland before completing an MA in Museums and Collections at Leiden University in 2016, where she focused on museum and conservation ethics. In 2017, following an internship at Europa Nostra, she now primarily supports the running of the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards and 7 Most Endangered programmes.

Karama is founded in 2005 and dedicated to promoting women’s participation in the Arab region, and to ending violence against women. They work in 13 countries across the Middle East and Africa, supporting activists and women’s organisations to achieve their goals. Their priorities are set by their partners, so instead of working from a top-down approach, they are led by the grassroots. They strive to elevate the voices of women, helping local activists become international advocates, and community groups to become movements.

More information about Karama and the workshop will follow soon!

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