Proje çıktısı Açık Erişim
Gürel, Eda; Dereli, Selin Buket; Çakırer, Naciye; İşyar, Selen
The aim of this National Consortium/Network Report – Türkiye is to identify and present the key target groups and stakeholders for the CULTURATI project, which has two pilot sites (Ankara Citadel and Rahmi M. Koç Museum in Istanbul) in Türkiye. The report identifies the main stakeholders and target groups to form a collaborative network to foster content creation, communication, and dissemination activities related to the CULTURATI project. The report also identifies international organizations and entities that may be involved in the National Consortium and Network for Türkiye.
The CULTURATI project aims to promote cultural awareness and engagement through content creation and dissemination. To achieve this, a comprehensive network of stakeholders is essential for effective collaboration and impactful outreach. The National Consortium/Network Report focuses on Türkiye and provides insights into the potential participants in this network. Accordingly, the report identifies a diverse range of stakeholders that play a crucial role in the cultural landscape of Türkiye. These include government bodies responsible for culture and arts, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working in cultural preservation and promotion, educational institutions, media organizations, artists and cultural practitioners, tourism boards, and technology platforms. Engaging these stakeholders can ensure a holistic approach to content creation and dissemination.
The target groups for the collaborative network encompass a broad spectrum of the Turkish population. These comprise CCIs and creative professionals who like to share and disseminate knowledge, including artists eager to showcase their work, consumers of cultural heritage and arts (potential end-users of CULTURATI), including visitors and tourists looking for authentic experiences, students and educators seeking cultural resources, local authorities, and communities interested in preserving their heritage, scientific community, and the general public interested in cultural awareness and enrichment.
Besides identifying the main stakeholders and target groups, it also outlines the progress made in building the network through initial contacts and meetings. Productive discussions have taken place with key stakeholders such as prominent cultural NGOs, representatives from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, educational institutions, and local artists. These engagements have highlighted the enthusiasm for collaboration and the potential impact of the CULTURATI project.
Furthermore, based on the findings, the report highlights the steps that will be taken. These future actions revolve around fostering closer collaborations, diversifying content, leveraging technology, and measuring impact.
In conclusion, the National Consortium/Network Report for Türkiye outlines a promising path for establishing a collaborative network to enhance cultural content creation, communication, and dissemination through the CULTURATI project. By engaging a diverse range of stakeholders and targeting various audience groups, the network can significantly contribute to cultural enrichment and awareness in Türkiye.
As the CULTURATI project progresses, the insights from this report will serve as a valuable guide to building a robust and impactful collaborative network that transcends boundaries and fosters a deeper appreciation of cultural heritage and arts.
CULTURATI Deliverable_D3.1_National Consortium Network Report_v1.0_for Aperta.pdf