The good practices implemented within the interregional exchanges of FINCH project collaboration have been included in a database in the framework of NETCHER project, aiming at setting-up an information network and a chart of good practices at European scale, by gathering a maximum numbers of actors engaged in the preservation of cultural heritage. 

NETCHER is the acronym of “NETwork and digital platform for Cultural Heritage Enhancing and Rebuilding” and is a project funded by the 8th Framework Program of the European Union for Research and Innovation (Horizon 2020) bringing together a consortium of 7 institutions from 5 European countries; the project seeks to the set-up of a structured network (Collaborative Platform) drawing together a broad range of players - such as international and umbrella organizations, national authorities and public policy makers, researchers, NGOs as well as public and private organizations - engaged in the preservation of cultural heritage.

Likewise, the database will be publicly available on the NETCHER website as well as on the European Commission's website and has been presented during the closing event of the NETCHER project,  on 1st and 2nd March 2021.

For further details on NETCHER event please visit  the dedicated web where you will find

  • linked project map (in which FINCH is included under the "Policy Section")
  • event agenda
  • final reccomandations
  • poster session
  • public alert protocol