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ABSTRACT

The outlining of public policies, supported by strategies of cooperation and transfer of knowledge, is the focus of this network. The aim is to create models of good practices adaptable to the socio-cultural diversity of the Ibero-American space. Supported by a interdisciplinary team, the project aims to contribute to the social and reproductive use of shared memories. Aimed at cultural industries and tourism, using new technologies, the network intends to promote projects linked to the new economies, aimed at activities such as tourism, preservation of heritage and the environment, contributing to the construction of knowledge societies. Through the dialogue between universities and I & D centres, communities and public and private institutions, it is intended to contribute to the delineation of public policies, with scientific diplomacy and community engagement,  and to formulate concrete proposals with socio-economic impact. Associating history, memory, culture and new technologies is intended to deliver concrete products to society, in open access, targeting the reinforcement of social responsibility and economic sustainability.

 According to COOPMAR ,  long-term historical dynamics created by the sea and around the sea have the capacity to reactivate collaborative potential in Ibero-America and contribute to the reinforcement of convergent policies and initiatives with mutual advantages.