Who is Behind the UNESCO Project?

In 2018, The Workers Museum was inscribed on the Danish UNESCO World Heritage tentative list. The remaining buildings are working on this. To be inscribed on the world heritage list, a property must be inscribed on their national tentative list.

This transnational serial nomination project is coordinated by The Workers Museum in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces as State Party provides for the joint submission for a future transnational nomination. You can contact us here.

These five assembly halls partner the project:

Project Organisation

The organisation around a transnational serial nomination can be rather large. We have several groups concerned with different aspects of the nomination development. This makes for a strong foundation to build this nomination on. Different expertise help us mobilising a bigger network of heritage organisations, trade union networks and other stakeholders around the world to ensure we look for workers’ assembly halls everywhere, even where it is difficult to locate any.

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The project is supported by The City of Copenhagen


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