Networked Heritage

Heritage is central to how places feel and function. Heritage can be a valuable tool for community engagement and cohesion, but different approaches are needed to ensure that heritage better reflects and includes those from less affluent and minority backgrounds. Jonathan Schifferes is an Associate Director at the RSA. His focus is on public services, communities, and the built environment.

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