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Museum of Liverpool wins 2013 Council of Europe Museum Prize

19/12/2012

Museum of Liverpool wins 2013 Council of Europe Museum Prize
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Strasbourg, 19.12.2012 – The Council of Europe Museum Prize for 2013 has been awarded to the Museum of Liverpool (United-Kingdom) by the Committee on Culture, Science, Education and Media of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE).

The museum traces the social, economic and political history of a city which is one of the most socially diverse in Britain. According to the Committee, the museum has an outstanding capacity to get people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities involved and promotes in a strong, convincing form Council of Europe core values and the importance of ‘living together’ in dignity”.



The Museum of Liverpool provides an exemplary recognition of human rights in museum practice, the Committee underlines. The interaction with local community is excellent with numerous activities involving children, youth, families and elderly. It promotes mutual respect between ethnically and socially diverse parts of the society, addresses human rights through contemporary debates and dialogue and maintains an open and inclusive policy aimed at bridging cultures in every aspect of its work. (more...)
 

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