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European Heritage Label 2024 Awards Ceremony

The 2024, the European Heritage Label Awards Ceremony honours the sites selected in 2023 to the European Heritage Label.

17 April 2024
Queen Elizabeth Hall, Antwerp (Belgium)


On 11 April 2024, the European Commission will announce the name of the new European Heritage Label sites selected in 2023. This award ceremony on 17 April will be an opportunity to highlight the work of Europe’s heritage sector.

The award ceremony is followed by a 2-day gathering of organisations managing European Heritage Label sites and the national coordinators of the label.

The European Heritage Label Awards Ceremony is organised by the European Heritage LabelBureau, the network of heritage label sites that is co-funded by the European Commission through the Creative Europe programme.

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About the European Heritage Label

Since 2013, these sites have been selected for their symbolic value, the role they have played in European history and activities they offer. These sites bring the European Union and its citizens closer together.


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Georg Häusler is currently the Director for Culture, Creativity and Sport in the European Commission (DG EAC). Prior to that, he was Director in another Commission department for seven years.

He joined the Commission in 1999 and has had several senior posts including as Head of Cabinet of Commissioner Dacian Ciolos, from 2009 to 2014.

Before he began his Commission career, he was Secretary General of an EU-wide NGO. He studied law (PhD in 1993). He is 55 years old and married, with one son.

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Koningin Astridplein 20-26
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