One corridor, many doors: the field of cultural heritage in Flanders has never been so diverse. From the collections preserved in museums, archives, heritage libraries and documentation centres to the many forms of intangible heritage that have been handed on from generation to generation ... cultural heritage belongs to everyone, can be found everywhere and is a source of inspiration and reflection for the present and future, a celebration of cultural diversity and a challenge for memory, preservation and development. FARO. Flemish interface for cultural heritage was established in 2008 with the aim to support and develop practices, knowledge and expertise in the cultural heritage sector and to develop communication and outreach initiatives for the public. The functions of FARO are defined in the Cultural Heritage Decree (2008) and the interface centre is supervised by the Flemish Ministry of Culture, Youth, Sports and Media, Agency of Arts and Heritage. www.faronet.be.