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PatrimoniUN10 arose from a strategic alliance for which in the year 2009 the 10 universities comprising the Andalusian university system joined to promote the creation of the International Campus of Excellence in Heritage. Given the national and international nature of Heritage, this alliance is broad, based on criteria of excellence, incorporating the main agents related to Heritage that, at the Spanish as well as foreign level, could elevate PatrimoniUN10 to become an international reference in this field.

For this, although the Andalusian universities constitute the promoter partners, the strategic aggregation PatrimoniUN10 has a decidedly international profile, adding as strategic partners the main institutions and companies, both national and international, that work in the sphere of Heritage. All this is complemented by collaboration with entities that work in some field related to Heritage with the support of public institutions.

PatrimoUN10 has thus given rise to a model founded on excellence by the joining of capacities, strengths, knowledge, and positioning of the different agents that constitute the strategic aggregation in the specialization areas of the CEI. The result is an association with a marked cross-border and international character that provide the multidisciplinary profile necessary to deal with Heritage.

Some of the cooperation agreements signed are listed below:

La Rábida University Group
La Rábida University Group is a non-governmental international organism originated from the cooperation agreement signed by several universities at the UNIA headquarters in Spain in 1995 and set up at Catamarca (Argentina), April 14th 1997, as La Rábida Group. Since February 2005 it is named La Rábida University Group.

Its main objective is to become an instrument to promote academic, scientific, technological and cultural cooperation in order to strengthen university links and the Latin American community integration. La Rábida University Group is nowadays composed of more than sixty prestigious universities from Spain, Portugal, Latin America and the Caribbean with interesting academic and research programs. La Rábida University Group is a non-profit entity supported by its members.

International Center for the Conservation of Heritage (CICOP)
CICOP is a non-profit private and cultural Foundation, based on solidarity and international cooperation values for development, focused on the protection, conservation, restoration, management, promotion and encouragement of Cultural movable, immovable and intangible Heritage, as well as on the study, research, exchange, training and promotion of the methods, techniques, procedures, materials and protocols used in restoration, renovation, management and reinforcement of Cultural Heritage and its public use and enjoyment.

ONCE Foundation
ONCE is a non-profit corporate organization that focuses its activities on the improvement of the quality of life of people with blindness or severe visual impairment from all over Spain. A socially focused and democratic institution with the invaluable support of the Spanish Finance and Inland Revenue, Labour and Social Affairs and Equal, and Internal Affairs Departments.

ONCE created the ONCE Foundation in 1988 to ensure the social inclusion of people with disabilities.
The main goal of ONCE Foundation is to carry out, directly or indirectly, programs for social inclusion and disability allowance, focusing primarily on training, employment, accessibility and breaking down all types of barriers aimed at encouraging the social insertion of people with disabilities and their quality of life, promoting the creation of accessible environments, products and services.

ONCE’s commitment also reaches the blind abroad, as the organization participates actively at all the corresponding international forums. Specifically, it works closely with Latin American blind associations on training and employment issues, tasks that have been articulated through the ONCE Foundation for Latin America (FOAL) since 1998.