CIMA is presented as part of the "Social Museums" Conference at the Museum of Pilgrimages in Santiago
The Xunta de Galicia has scheduled the Social Museums day for October 5, to train culture professionals in the design of inclusive policies in the specific area of Galician museums, with the presence of about a hundred people from the centers that are part of the Galician System of Museum Centers, as well as scholarship students who do their training in the centers managed by the Xunta.
The initiative is part of the work of the Autonomous Government to guarantee a culture accessible to all groups and in all territories of Galicia through different lines of action. Among them, the most recent one stands out, the beginning of the procedures for the future Inclusive and Accessible Culture Law of Galicia, for which the public consultation process is already open.
One of the interventions was given by Fátima García Doval and Enrique Costa, members of ALLURE representing the Xunta de Galicia and the University of Vigo respectively, who presented the CIMA (Cultural Information Made Accessible) web application to the specialized public, developed by the Group GTI of atlanTTic, which is now available and can be used freely and free of charge by any person, entity and institution, in Spanish, Galician, Portuguese, English, Polish, Icelandic and Ukrainian, the latter with the aim of facilitating access for the population displaced by the conflict to different events and cultural resources.