ArchaeoLink liaises between researchers and the communities in which they work to assist those communities to obtain sustainable educational, social and economic benefits from their archaeology and heritage.

This is particularly relevant in developing areas not only to encourage an appreciation of local heritage but also to further social wellbeing, stimulate economy and counteract looting.

ArchaeoLink's ethos is embodied within the UNESCO Florence Declaration, 2012.


Our Reports :          2012-2013   2013-2014 

ArchaeoLink maximises the impact researchers have within a community, enabling sustainable benefits.

Building Partnerships

between anthropologists, archaeological teams, heritage researchers and their host communities: fostering local involvement in heritage and archaeology, emphasising connections between people and the past.


Developing Resources

inherent in the archaeological site and its surrounds to provide the basis for ongoing benefits to the community through education and enterprise.


Making a Difference

working in tandem with local authorities to identify, engage with and promote their archaeology and heritage to encourage global understanding and interest.