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Social responsibility

The Cerralbo Museum is a public institution run by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport via the Sub-directorate-General for State Museums. Our aim is to safeguard our heritage, which belongs to all citizens, while at the same time making it accessible and easily understood and promoting its diffusion and research. But we are also committed to improving the society we live in.Salto de línea Salto de línea In the framework of the Secretary of State for Culture’s Museos+Sociales project, we are undertaking a variety of actions which will be to the benefit of all. Find out more about the Plan here.Salto de línea Salto de línea We are committed to the Ten Commandments of Museos+Sociales. You can view them hereSalto de línea Salto de línea You can discover the activities we have underway here.Salto de línea Salto de línea For many years we have also been an Accessible Museum. You can view our accessibility project here.Salto de línea Salto de línea Three years ago, we also took our own first steps in supporting social mobility, by taking part in European Mobility Week, as well as in a variety of initiatives related to cycling, and by backing infrastructures such as public bicycle parking for institutions like ours. We have also produced and published a mobility study on our own employees, the result of which was highly satisfactory. In addition, we have declared ourselves a #MuseoProBici, and published our manifesto with commitments for the present and the future.Salto de línea Salto de línea All of this is aimed at working towards sustainable development, universal accessibility and social inclusion.

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