The Museu de la Tècnica de Manresa is the first museum in Catalonia to be integrated into the network, where cultural entities and museums from countries in central Europe stand out.
During this month of April, the Parc de la Sèquia, through the Museu de la Tècnica de Manresa, has become part of the Network of European Museums Organizations (NEMO), a European project that was born in 1992 and has with the aim of representing state museums before the Council of Europe, giving voice to more than 30,000 museums in 40 European countries.
The NEMO network ensures museums as an integral part of the European lifestyle, promoting their work and value to European legislators, as well as offering museums training, information, networking and opportunities for group collaboration. of work that are grouped in areas such as digitization, creativity, education and promotion.
One of the main lines of work today is sustainability and the commitment to follow the UN recommendations to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the so-called 2030 agenda. The campaign used is that of #MuseumsforFuture and tools are offered to members to help them achieve these goals.
Every year the network holds the NEMO’s European Museum Conference, this year between 15 and 17 November in Croatia, where more than 200 museums and cultural heritage professionals usually meet where conferences, workshops and job opportunities are held. set between countries and facilities.