In order for our work with the EU to be concise and to bear fruit, we must be seen, heard and most importantly, listened to.
To this end, we have worked extensively to provide a more comprehensive website, regularly updated and interactive, while also being more present on our Facebook page, knowing that today’s generation, and those to come, are turned to social media and the computer world. But our work does not end at that, we try to publish regularly and / or participate in writing articles in our name and with our partners on issues related to historic houses in Europe and the commitment of our Association with the European institutions. You can find such examples in the following section. While we are a small organization, we do see big and good visibility through the media is our megaphone.