This article addresses the state of culture and heritage in the light of the 2019 European Parliament elections in May.
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Karsten Xuereb read for a PhD in cultural relations in the Mediterranean at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili in Tarragona (2012) and an M.A. in European Cultural Policy and Management at the University of Warwick (2005) as a Chevening Scholar. He is a member of various networks and since December 2020 is part of the World Heritage Nomination Project addressing UNESCO sites at the Maltese ministry for culture in Valletta. View all posts by karstenxuereb7