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eConnecting People, Places and Cultures, January 2011 newsletter

  1. 1. e-CONNECTING PEOPLE, PLACES AND CULTURES Newsletter, January 2011 CULTURE & HERITAGE REGIONAL, RURAL AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT CULTURAL & SUSTAINABLE TOURISM
  2. 2. Newsletter ContentsEVENTS ................................................................................................................................................ 3 February 2011 .................................................................................................................................. 3 March 2011....................................................................................................................................... 3 April 2011 ......................................................................................................................................... 3 May 2011 .......................................................................................................................................... 4 June 2011 ......................................................................................................................................... 4 July 2011 .......................................................................................................................................... 4 August 2011 ..................................................................................................................................... 4 September 2011............................................................................................................................... 5 October 2011 ................................................................................................................................... 5 November 2011................................................................................................................................ 5CAMPS AND SUMMER SCHOOLS ..................................................................................................... 5EUROPA NOSTRA ............................................................................................................................... 6PROJECTS & PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS .......................................................................................... 7 Culture and Heritage ....................................................................................................................... 7 Regional, Rural and Urban Development ...................................................................................... 7ARTICLES AND PUBLICATIONS ........................................................................................................ 8 Culture and Heritage ....................................................................................................................... 8 Regional, Rural And Urban Development ..................................................................................... 8 Cultural and Sustainable Tourism ................................................................................................. 8AWARDS AND COMPETITIONS ......................................................................................................... 8 e-CONNECTING PEOPLE, PLACES AND CULTURES Newsletter, January 2011 Newsletter archive: http://www.slideshare.net/TatjanaVV Compiled and edited by Tatjana Vokic Vojkovic project manager E: tatjana.vokic@gmail.com W: http://si.linkedin.com/in/tatjanavokic 2 © 2010 Tatjana Vokic Vojkovic e-Connecting People, Places and Cultures Newsletter, January 2011
  3. 3. EVENTS* new event on listFebruary 2011 Citizen participation in the revitalization of traditional architecture in Morocco 4 February 2011, Marrakech, Morocco (Source: EuroMedHeritage)* 4th Networking Conference for Asian and European Young Volunteers (NAEYV): From Co- operation to Recognition: Creating Long-Term Strategies 6-11 February 2011, Semarang, Indonesia (Source: ASEF)* Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings 9-11 February 2011, Gotland, Sweden (Source: Gotland University)* International Landscape Architecture Scientific Conference: Life style and landscape 9-11 February, 2011, Jelgava, Latvia, info madara.berzina@llu.lv (Source: PECSRL)* European development cooperation to 2020 (EDC 2020) 10 February 2011, Brussels, Belgium (Source: CORDIS)* Culture In Motion Conference and Stakeholder Consultation 15 – 16 February 2011, Brussels, Belgium (Source: European Agenda)* Evidence-Based Agricultural and Rural Policy Making: Methodological and Empirical Challenges of Policy Evaluation 17-18 February 2011, Ancona, Italy (Source: ENRD) Diversity of rural areas in Europe and the challenge of policy integration 22 February 2011, Brussels, Belgium (Source: CORDIS)* The CAP and young farmers position in the food chain 22 – 23 February 2011, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (Source: European Agenda)* Intangible Capital And Innovation: Drivers Of Growth In The EU 22 – 23 February 2011, Brussels, Belgium (Source: European Agenda)* Human Capital in Regions and Cities: Drivers for Sustainable Growth and Jobs 28 February 2011, Brussels, Belgium (Source: European Agenda)* The contribution of culture to the implementation of the Europe 2020 strategy 28 February – 1 March 2011, Budapest, Hungary (Source: IFACCA)*March 2011 Youth`s role in integrated rural development (IRD) 1-3 March 2011, Nurmijärvi, Finland (Source: ENRD) National Extension Tourism Conference: Initiatives in Tourism Development—Contributing to Community Prosperity 9-11 March 2011, Charleston, South Carolina, US (Source: IGUST) What Future for Cohesion Policy? An Academic and Policy Debate 16 – 18 March 2011, Bled, Slovenia (Source: Regional Studies Association) Landscape of Everyday life: Intersecting perspectives on research and action 16- 18 March 2011, Perpignan, France, and Girona, Spain (Source: PECSRL) What Kind Of Museum To Talk About Culture In The 21st Century? 24-26 March 2011, Marseille, France (Source: ICME)* Innovation Processes and Destination Development in Tourist Resorts 30 March - 1 April 2011, Östersund, Sweden (Source: IGUST)*April 2011 Making Sense of Visual Culture 1-3 April 2011, Rochester, New York, US (Source: ICME ICOM) Energy Management in Cultural Heritage 6-8 April 2011, Dubrovnik, Croatia (Source: ECOVAST Croatia) Exhibiting Europe. The Development of European Narratives in Museums, Collections and 3 © 2010 Tatjana Vokic Vojkovic e-Connecting People, Places and Cultures Newsletter, January 2011
  4. 4. Exhibitions 7-9 April 2011, Oslo, Sweden (Source: ICME)* Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers 2011 12-16 April 2011, Seattle, WA, US (Source: IGUST) Words and Objects: Writing on, around and about things 14-15 April 2011, University of Oxford, UK (Source: ICME ICOM) The Heritage of Mines and Mining 14-16 April 2011, Innsbruck, Austria (Source: IGUST) Regional development and policy - challenges, choices and recipients 17 – 20 April 2011, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK (Source: Regional Studies Association) SIEF 2011: People Make Places - ways of feeling the world 17-21 April 2011, Lisbon, Portugal (Source: ICME ICOM) 6th World Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure 24 - 29 April 2012, Fethiye, Turkey (Source: Anatolia Journal)* 3rd International Conference on Special Interest Tourism & Destination Management 27-30 April 2011, Kathmandu, Nepal (Source: IGUST)May 2011 Why Does the Past Matter? 4-7 May 2011, Amherst, Massachusetts, US (Source: Europa Nostra)* SCUPAD Congress 2011: Breaking Patterns – Changing Cities 5-8 May 2011, Salzburg, Austria (Source: SCUPAD) Scientix European conference 6-8 May 2011, Brussels, Belgium (Source: CORDIS)* The Museums & Heritage Show 2011 11-12 May 2011, London, UK (Source: M&H Online) 4th symposium on Preserving Archaeological Remains in situ (PARIS4) 23-26 May 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark (Source: AI CCM) MuseumNext 2011 26-27 May 201, Edinburgh, UK (Source: MuseumNext)*June 2011 Europa Nostra Annual Congress 2011 8-11 June 2011, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (Source: Europa Nostra)* Religion, gender and human rights: challenges for multicultural and democratic societies 21-25 June 2011, Linköping, Sweden (Source: CORDIS)* Arts, Society and Sustainable Development 27-29 June 2011, Pretoria, South Africa (Source: Culturelink Network) IFLA World Congress 2011: Scales of Nature – From Urban Landscapes to Alpine Gardens 27-29 June 2011, Zurich, Switzerland (Source: IFLA)July 2011 11th International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management (AIMAC 2011) 3-6 July 2011, Antwerp, Belgium (Source: Culturelink Network) European diversity: A treasure–house to challenge heritage interpreters 11-14 July 2011, Freiburg, Germany (Source: Interpret Europe)* Inspiring People - Shaping Regions 12 – 28 July 2011, Herrsching, Germany (Source: ENRD)August 2011 Frontiers in Historical Ecology 4 © 2010 Tatjana Vokic Vojkovic e-Connecting People, Places and Cultures Newsletter, January 2011
  5. 5. 30 August - 2 September 2011, Birmensdorf, Switzerland (Source: PECSRL)* New Challenges for European Regions and Urban Areas in a Globalised World. 51st European Congress of the Regional Science Association International 30 August – 3 September 2011, Barcelona, Spain (Source: IGUST)*September 2011 RGS-IBG Annual Meeting: Leisure spaces, popular culture and geographical imaginations 31 August – 2 September 2011, London, UK (Source: IGUST)* Spatial Thinking and Geographic Information Sciences (STGIS2011) 14-16 September 2011, Tokyo, Japan (Source: IGUST)* Animals, Man and Treescapes: The interactions between grazing animals, people and trees 14-16 September 2011, Sheffield, UK (Source: PECSRL)* Landscape and tourism: The dualistic relationship 21 - 23 September 2011, Valmiera, Latvia (Source: IGUST)* Forest Biodiversity in a Changing Climate: Understanding Conservation Strategies and Policies 22-23 September, Freiburg, Germany (Source: PECSRL)* The Best in Heritage - in Partnership with EUROPA NOSTRA 22-24 September 2011, Dubrovnik, Croatia (Source: TBH)* In Between – Culture of dress between the East and the West (ICOM costume committee annual meeting 2011) 25-30 September 2011, Belgrade, Serbia (SOURCE: ICME)*October 2011 Boundaries and Dissolution 2-5 October 2011, Bad Staffelstein, Germany (Source: ICME)* 19th ENCATC Annual Conference and General Assembly 12-14 October 2011, Helsinki, Finland (Source: ENCATC)* ICNT 2011: Connecting People, Places and Stories: New strategies for conservation in a changing world 12-16 October 2011, Victoria, Canada (Source: INTO)*November 2011 International Heritage Show: Heritage in the City 3 – 6 November 2011, Paris, France (Source: Patrimoineculturel)* The 17th ICOMOS General Assembly and Scientific Symposium. Heritage: Driver of Development 27 November – 2 December 2011, Paris, France (Source: EuroMedHeritage)* CAMPS AND SUMMER SCHOOLS 6th Regional Restoration Camp 23 April – 8 May 2011, Gjirokastra, Albania (deadline: 15 March 2011)* International Summer School: Youth and Heritage (ISSYH) 24 July – 7 August 2011, Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina (deadline: 31 May 2011)* 5 © 2010 Tatjana Vokic Vojkovic e-Connecting People, Places and Cultures Newsletter, January 2011
  6. 6. EUROPA NOSTRA The Voice of Cultural Heritage in Europe Europa Nostra represents some 250 non-governmental organisations, 160 associate organisations and 1400 individual members from more than 50 countries who are fully committed to safeguarding Europe’s cultural heritage and landscapes. Together, we provide a powerful network for dialogue and debate, we celebrate the best heritage achievements; we campaign against threats to vulnerable heritage buildings, sites and landscapes, and we lobby for sustainable policies and high quality standards with regard to heritage. More on www.europanostra.org The Europa Nostra Annual Congress 2011 The Europa Nostra Annual Congress will on June 8-11 in the World Heritage City of Amsterdam, bringing together Europa Nostra members and representatives of the entire cultural heritage movement from all over Europe. The European Heritage Awards Ceremony will be held at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam with the participation of our President Plácido Domingo and the European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism, Sport, Media and Youth, Mrs Androulla Vassiliou. They will jointly present the 2011 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards to the deserved laureates who will come to Amsterdam from all over Europe. Europa Nostra Newsletter, December 2010 The Newsletter informs readers about the latest news from our federation (policy issues, events, heritage at risk etc). It also contains heritage related news of European interest. These include policy developments, events and announcements from the European Institutions and European News from Europa Nostras member organisations. In this way, the Newletter strives to be a two way communication platform to keep heritage professionals abreast of European heritage news. Heritage in Peril Europa Nostra campaigns side by side with its members, organisations and individuals, to oppose threats to cultural heritage objects and sites from all over Europe. Saving endangered heritage, be they monuments, buildings or landscapes, lies at the heart of Europa Nostra mission. EN aim to engage its members, policy and decision makers at all levels of government and in all manner of businesses, as well as the media and the public at large, in noticing the imminent danger so much of Europe’s cultural assets face, and in joining in its actions to defend and protect these unique treasures which enhance the quality of Europeans’ lives. Endangered Sites: Europe Nostra Calling for Action As Europe’s 500 million citizens think of vacations, their choices are open to ever wider horizons and ever new cultural heritage treasures yet to be discovered. Or not? Bruges Conference Brings a Declaration on European Cultural Heritage On 9 December, a large delegation of Europa Nostra representatives took part to the Conference “Cultural heritage: a resource for Europe. The benefits of interaction”, organised by the Belgian Presidency of the EU in Bruges. Has Allianoi’s Last Hour Struck? Placido Domingo Makes Urgent Appeal To Save Ancient City In support to its President’s appeal, Europa Nostra urgently calls upon concerned citizens from all over Europe and beyond to send a simple message against the flooding of Allianoi to the top decision-maker in Turkey, Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan. Fountain Restoration in Laquila Brings Hope to the City On 16 December 2010, Europa Nostra Italian Member organisation Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI) unveiled the restoration of the 99 Cannelle, a symbolic fountain for the citizens of LAquila, located as it is in the central square of this historic city. Rosia Montana: Heritage In Peril Public Hearing In Brussels On 30 November, Europa Nostra together with our Member organisation Pro Patrimonio (the National6 © 2010 Tatjana Vokic Vojkovic e-Connecting People, Places and Cultures Newsletter, January 2011
  7. 7. Trust of Romania) and the Romanian MEP Darciana Sarbu, organised a public hearing in Brussels regarding Rosia Montana in Transylvania, Romania. Gazprom Tower Will not Loom over Historic St Petersburg St. Petersburg Governor Valentina Matvienko announced on 9 December that plans have been definitely cancelled to build the glass-and-steel Gazprom Tower on the edges of the historic centre of this World Heritage City. Will Wind Turbines be the View from Mont Saint Michel? Europa Nostra wrote a letter to the Tremblay Public Enquiry Inspector, but also to the Director of UNESCO and to the French President. The Best in Heritage - in Partnership with EUROPA NOSTRA 22-24 September 2011, Dubrovnik, Croatia Europa Nostra Heritage Tours 2011 The Europa Nostra Heritage Tours are a service of Europa Nostra especially tailored for its individual members. They are a valuable tool for ensuring Europa Nostra’s presence and for conveying its concerns and activities throughout Europe. When joining a tour Members will not only experience the special features of these tours, but they will also support Europa Nostra financially. The latter has become a very welcome and increasingly important aspect of these tours. European cultural heritage review 2010 Awards Publication 2010 EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards 2010 Follow Europa Nostra on PROJECTS & PUBLIC CONSULTATIONSCulture and Heritage Bridging continents across the sea: Multi-disciplinary perspectives on the emergence of long- distance maritime contacts in prehistory (Source: CORDIS) How families pass on a sense of history (Source: CORDIS) Latest pictures on Mediterranean heritage (Source: EuroMedHeritage) New tools for old building restorers (Source: CORDIS) Online game to explore the traditional architecture of the Maghreb (Source: EuroMedHeritage) OpenAIRE opens access to EU scientific results (Source: EC) Technologies and tools to prioritize assessment and diagnosis of air pollution impact on immovable and movable cultural heritage (Source: CORDIS) The Race to Save the Ruins (Source: Preservation Nation)Regional, Rural and Urban Development Commission launches action plan to reduce early school leaving (Source: EC) Coordination and advancement of sub-saharan Africa-EU science & technology cooperation network (Source: CORDIS) European Commission consults on the modernisation of the European Public Procurement Market (Source: EC) EU calls for comments on PROGRESS programme (Source: EC) EU Regional Policy - key for achieving Unions 2020 sustainable growth goals (Source: EC) New Innovation Union Scoreboard: main competitors outpace the EU despite progress in many Member States (Source: EC) Project eases peoples paths in urban areas (Source: CORDIS) 7 © 2010 Tatjana Vokic Vojkovic e-Connecting People, Places and Cultures Newsletter, January 2011
  8. 8. Regional Innovation Monitor (RIM) project (Source: Nordregio) The Clean Vehicle Portal (Source: EC) ARTICLES AND PUBLICATIONSCulture and Heritage Alma Mater Series: World Heritage and its Management I. (Source: Infota) Anna Lindh Report 2010 (Source: AnaLindh) Creative City News e-Newsletter January 2011(Source: CreativeCity Canada) Cultural Security Magazine December 2010 (Source: M&H Online) E-conservation magazine, 17/2010 (Source: E-conservation) eLearning Papers No. 22: Training and Work (Source: eLearningEuropa) ENCATC Newsletter Dec/Jan 2011 (Source: ENCATC) ICME Newsletter 59 / December 2010 (Source: ICME) ICOMOS International Secretariat e-news 63 (Source: ICOMOS) Library of Congress Digital Preservation Newsletter, January 2011 (Source: Library of Congress) Managing Change in the Historic Environment Guidance Notes (Source: M&H Online) Museums & Heritage Magazine 4/2010 (Source: M&H Online) National Trust for Jersey 75th Anniversary Campaign leaflet (Source: INTO) Preservation Magazine 2011 January / February 2011 (Source: Preservation Nation) Special edition of the MED Programme Newsletter on projects from the 2nd call (Source: MED programme) UNESCO Culture Newsletter (Source: UNESCO)Regional, Rural And Urban Development ECOVAST International Newsletter January 2011 (Source: ECOVAST Croatia) ELARD News 10/2010 (Source: ELARD) European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) Publications (Source: Committee of the Regions) EU development policy in support of inclusive growth and sustainable development - Increasing the impact of EU development policy (Source: EC) EU Rural Review December 2010: Employment and Social Inclusion (Source: ENRD) IFLA (International Federation of Landscape Architects) Newsletter December 2010 (Source: IFLA) Rur@l News 13/2011: EN RD Review of the year (Source: ENRD) UNESCO A World of science 9/1 (Source: UNESCO) World Conservation Magazine January 2011 (Source: IUCN)Cultural and Sustainable Tourism Tourism Review Online Magazine - February 2011 AWARDS AND COMPETITIONS Museums & Heritage Awards Deadline: 11 February 2011 World Monument Fund 2012 Watch nomination Deadline: 15 March 2011 Prize for Womens Creativity in Rural Life Deadline: 31 March 2011 EAEA Grundtwig Award 2011 Deadline: 4 April 2011 8 © 2010 Tatjana Vokic Vojkovic e-Connecting People, Places and Cultures Newsletter, January 2011
  9. 9. NOTES9 © 2010 Tatjana Vokic Vojkovic e-Connecting People, Places and Cultures Newsletter, January 2011

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