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Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention
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Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention

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  • 1. Improving Conservation and Management Practices through the World Heritage Convention 2012 - 2013
  • 2. Introduction
  • 3. Activities Areas in 2012 - 2013 • Course on Conservation of the Built Heritage • ICCROM’s Role as an Advisory Body • World Heritage Capacity Building Programme
  • 4. Conservation of the Built Heritage 2012
  • 5. Module 1: Concepts in Built Heritage Conservation
  • 6. Module 2: Management and Planning Context
  • 7. Module 3: Information and Documentation
  • 8. Module 4: Condition Assessment / Treatments / Interventions
  • 9. Module 5: Public Access and Engagement
  • 10. Module 6: Sustainable Development and Cultural Heritage
  • 11. Networking and Exchange amongst Professionals
  • 12. ICCROM as Advisory Body to the World Heritage Committee
  • 13. Vat Phou and the Champasak Cultural Landscape, Lao PDR
  • 14. Kasubi Tombs, Uganda
  • 15. Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape, United Kingdom
  • 16. Cultural and Historic Ensemble of the Solovetsky Islands, Russian Federation
  • 17. Capacity Building within the Convention
  • 18. World Heritage Capacity Building Programme (WHCBP)
  • 19. WHCBP: Workshops to Strengthen the Advisory Body Networks
  • 20. WHCBP: Workshop on Heritage Impact Assessment
  • 21. WHCBP: World Heritage Capacity Building Newsletter
  • 22. WHCBP: Translations of Resource Materials World Heritage Capacity Building Programme
  • 23. Future Activities Activities foreseen through 2014 include:  Development of a course curriculum on management of cultural and natural heritage  Testing a module during the CBH course  Development of resource materials  Networking with CB institutions and States Parties  Training activities  Strengthening AB networks • Necessary funding amounts to approximately Euro 500,000 per year
  • 24. Conserving culture, promoting diversity Conserver la culture, promouvoir la diversité www.iccrom.org

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