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EMA Partners

The EMA Partners are:

EMA operates a Partnership Scheme which helps to support our activities and contributes to the developments of common projects.

EMA is very grateful to all these institutions and individuals for their support and active cooperation.

The visiting of Award candidates in Germany and The Netherlands is made possible respectively by the Deutsche Museumsbund and the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.

Corporate, Associate and Founding  Partners

Fundación Caixa d’Estalvis i Pensions de Barcelona, Spain (Founding)
Museu Agbar de les Aigües, Cornellà de Llobregat, Spain(Founding)
Bursa City Museum – Bursa Metropolitan Municipality, Turkey (Corporate)
National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, Bucharest, Romania
Event Communications, London, UK
Association of Swedish Museums (Founding)
NCK -The Nordic Centre of Heritage Learning and Creativity, Östersund, Sweden
TIM, Augsburg, Germany
Natura Artis Magistra, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Riitta Nelimarkka-Seeck, Helsinki, Finland
Fundação Museu da Ciência, Coimbra, Portugual (Founding)
IULM University , Milan, Italy
Helmut Pöll, Alpinarium, Galtür, Austria (individual)
Istanbul Toy Museum, Turkey (Founding)
Glasgow Life, Glasgow , UK (Founding)
Unye Municipality Living Cultural Heritage Museum, Unye,Turkey (Associate)
Gallery 11/07/95, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (Associate)
Bozuyuk City Museum and Archive, Turkey (Associate)
Muzeul Bucovinei, Suceava, Romania (Associate)

Agreements of Cooperation signed with:

Forum of Slavic Cultures
National Institute for Museums and Public Collections in Poland.
Nordic Centre of Heritage Learning and Creativity (Distinguished Partner and Operator for The European Museum Academy in the Nordic and Baltic Countries).
IULM University of Milan.
NEMO The Network of European Museum Organizations.
MUSIL Foundation, Brescia.
Micheletti Foundation, Brescia.
PASCAL Learning Cities Networks

EMA is also partner of Europa Nostra in the context of the European Heritage Alliance and of Europeana for the Heritage in Motion Project.