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Free online events and resources for the heritage sector

The Rebuilding Heritage programme provides free resources and webinars.

Current events:

In our final series ‘Survival to Sustainability’ we are thinking about the future for the heritage sector. Whilst the Covid-19 pandemic has raised many challenges, it has also created space for us to experiment with new and different ways of working and to think more deeply about what it is we do and why. To return to ‘business as usual’ would be to miss the opportunity to change for the better. In this series we will look at the positive changes we can embrace that will help the sector to move forwards.

Image: Micheile Henderson


Fundraising for sustainability

Thursday 22 July, 10am – 11.30am

The Chartered Institute of Fundraising presents a webinar to help heritage organisations avoid mission drift when fundraising.

Image: Richard Balog


Digital is not the answer

Monday 26 July, 3pm – 4.30pm

Media Trust presents a webinar to explore how the heritage sector can reconnect on the ground, engaging non-digital audiences.

Image: Jehyun Sung


Leadership for change

Thursday 29 July, 2pm – 3.30pm

Clore Leadership presents a panel discussion providing experiences and insights on leading in times of change.

Previous events:

In our ‘Ways Out of Crisis’ webinar series we looked at how to undertake planning activity during periods of uncertainty, exploring approaches that can be applied within organisational governance, business planning, fundraising and communications. All of the webinars have been recorded – you can access the ‘Ways Out of Crisis’ resources here.

In our ‘Finding Time’ webinar series we looked at wellbeing, motivation, and inclusivity, ensuring we recognise these as not just ‘nice to have’ but ‘necessary to have’ and reviewing tools to help to implement good working practices in these areas. All of the webinars have been recorded – you can access the ‘Finding Time’ resources here.

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