Cultural Heritage is a unique and indispensable piece, to understand the evolution of our community and not to forget the importance that the transmission of values has in our environment, without forgetting the potential of the development.
All this makes us to continue working to place ourselves at the center of public policies with a grate determination. For this, we need that these benefits are perceived in a clear and effective way by the set of participating agents and mainly, by the collective citizens.
The cultural sector in its broadest sense represents a development opportunity that must be managed with strategic and emotional intelligence.
We mustn´t ignore the importance of sustainability. It represents a central point that sometimes we do not weigh properly. This obviously must be coupled with a good selection of priorities. The resources are limited considering all the demand; perhaps this aspect requires a responsible balance beyond the current political conjuncture.
We have before us a space for critical reflection and an opportunity for improvement that we must continue to address without complexes, with sufficient maturity, but with the responsibility of managing a legacy: the public future of the past in the 21st century.