The main purpose of the Chester Beatty Learning Policy is to support the library’s key strategic priority to promote intercultural dialogue and learning through the cultural, religious, historic and artistic aspects of the collections (See Statement of Strategy: 2016-2020).
In addition to this, as part of the remit of the Chester Beatty, it aims to:
Maintain and preserve the collections of the library and make them available in the most appropriate ways for the use and enjoyment of the public in order to promote a wider appreciation and understanding of the international cultural heritage embodied in the collections and foster relations between Ireland and the peoples whose cultures are represented in the collections.
Jenny Siung, Head of Education
Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Castle, D02 AD92
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