Overview of the    International Research Centreon the Economics   of Culture and  World Heritage          Studies     Wal...
Summary of contents                      Summary of contents:                      The approval                      The C...
Proposal for the establishment in Turin, Italy, of an international               research centre on the economics of cult...
Category II Centre under the             auspices of UNESCO on the             Economics of Culture and World             ...
Founding members             (a) Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Cultural Activities*;             (b) a represe...
The launch
2° Annual meeting of the WH C2C in Milan                                                                            Nordic...
Workshop on World heritage             Economic and policy issues (24-             25 janaury, Venaria Reale)The launch
LOGO                     ∞The mission              C2CTKm                              United Nations      World Heritage ...
Research                           Training/                                                                              ...
Training/CB Activities                         Training /CB Activities
Training/CB Activities                         •     The Master is intended to contribute to an improved management of cul...
Training/CB Activities
Intitutes and reserarch centresTraining/CB Activities                                           contributing to the master...
Gabriele D’Amico                                                        Benedetta LenziTraining/CB Activities             ...
Training/CB Activities
NOMINATION OF THE DOLOMITESNew training/CB Initiatives                                       FOR INSCRIPTION ON THE WORLD ...
New training/CB Initiatives                              Master en                              Economìa del              ...
World Heritage at Work Capacity Building ProgramNew training/CB Initiatives
Research ActivitiesResearch Acticities
Silvia Santagata Research Centre CSS-EBLAResearch Acticities                      Established in 2008 CSS-EBLA brings toge...
Research Acticities   Cultural Commons
Creative AtmosphereResearch Acticities
Report on the economic and cultural impact of the                                                     "UNESCO World Herita...
Books                      • White Paper on Creativity. Towards an Italian                        Model of Development, W....
Working Papers and Research Reports                          Working Papers CSS (Centro Studi Silvia                      ...
New Frontiers in the Economics of Culture                               • 02/09/2010: David Throsby, (Macquarie University...
New Research initiatives                           Future research activities                           • Capacity Buildin...
Strategic framework....a number of important developments thatconcern the World Heritage Convention:•The adoption by the 1...
Thank you              for your              attentionwalter.santagata@unito.it
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Mr. Walter Santagata, University of Turin, Italy - First Meeting of the Regional Centres for Cultural Heritage in South-Eastern Europe - March 2012, Croatia

  1. 1. Overview of the International Research Centreon the Economics of Culture and World Heritage Studies Walter Santagata,University of Turin, Italy
  2. 2. Summary of contents Summary of contents: The approval The Centre The launch/ the mission Activities: Research Training New Initiatives
  3. 3. Proposal for the establishment in Turin, Italy, of an international research centre on the economics of culture and world heritage studies as a category 2 centre under the auspices of UNESCO General Assembly UNESCO, November 2011The approval
  4. 4. Category II Centre under the auspices of UNESCO on the Economics of Culture and World Heritage studiesThe Centre
  5. 5. Founding members (a) Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Cultural Activities*; (b) a representative of each of the Member States which have sent to the Centre notification for membership; (c) a representative of the Director-General of UNESCO*; (d) University of Turin (Italy) *; (e) International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITC-ILO) *;The Centre (f) Consortium La Venaria Reale, managing the Royal Castle and the World Heritage property of Venaria Reale; (g) the research centre and service provider in cultural management: "SiTI" (joint institution by the leading italian private development foundation "Compagnia di San Paolo" and Politecnico di Torino); (h) the research centre on the Economy of Culture "Silvia Santagata".* *Members of the Governing Board
  6. 6. The launch
  7. 7. 2° Annual meeting of the WH C2C in Milan Nordic World Heritage International Centre for Rock Foundation (NWHF, Art and the World Heritage Norway) - 2003 Convention (Spain) – 2011 World Heritage Institute for Training International Research and Research in Asia Centre on the and the Pacific Economics of Culture (WHITR-AP, China) - and World Heritage 2007 Arab Regional Centre for Regional World Heritage Studies (Italy) - 2011 World Heritage (ARC- Institute in Zacatecas WH, Bahrain) - 2009 (Mexico) - 2009The launch Regional Heritage Management Training Centre “Lucio Costa” (Brazil) - 2009 African World Heritage Fund (AWHF, South Africa) - 2007
  8. 8. Workshop on World heritage Economic and policy issues (24- 25 janaury, Venaria Reale)The launch
  9. 9. LOGO ∞The mission C2CTKm United Nations World Heritage International Educational, Scientific and Centre on CULTURE and Cultural Organization ECONOMICS
  10. 10. Research Training/ Capacity Building Thematic areas of activity: -Research project on the relation -Study tour on Danube Sustainable development and between local cultures and local communities economic development -Workshop on Urbanization and cultural landscape -MDGs Joint Programmes on "Culture and Development” La Squola : training for ItalianActivities -White Paper on Creativity Creativity and cultural districts cultural, artistic and creative -Creative atmosphere industries - Cultural commons -Management plan Langhe Roero -Master World Heritage and Heritage management and Monferrato Nomination cultural projects for development World heritage studies -Brand UNESCO/MiBAC -Master in World Natural Heritage Management -Master Barcelona
  11. 11. Training/CB Activities Training /CB Activities
  12. 12. Training/CB Activities • The Master is intended to contribute to an improved management of cultural resources through preparing managers and practitioners to be cultural entrepreneur and promoter of for local development • The Programme provides a solid foundation in cultural economics, exploring in detail the economic, social, institutional considerations that govern the diverse categories of heritage • It also puts emphasis on strategic management competencies for the preservation and promotion of UNESCO-designated World Heritage Sites (WHS) Cultural and Heritage and Cultural Environmental Policies Economic policies Development Territorial Sites Planning valorization Management Tools Monitoring and Strategic Assessment
  13. 13. Training/CB Activities
  14. 14. Intitutes and reserarch centresTraining/CB Activities contributing to the master course B CH UK N FR BUL RPC E JAP USA IN BAH SP SL AUS
  15. 15. Gabriele D’Amico Benedetta LenziTraining/CB Activities Participants (2008-2012) Doris Pangelinan Clemencia Vernaza Jody Neal Lipo ZHU Monica Merra LOU Yuanling Morgan Dirodi Cristina Bardelli Rongrong PAN Yara MOUALLA Lambrini Zambeli Mirvat HADDAD MENG Tingyan Elisabeth WATSON Jing NYU Asja TRBOVIC Siavash LAGHAI Tenzing Chandotsang Wengjun CAO Fazal Karim Tiphaine Coulardeau Mirvat Mahzar Jasinth Williams Anna DELMONTE Roberto Coutino Paola MUSSINI Sazzad Hossain Raz EFRON Vanessa PREVOST Mbarak Abdallah Sandra Loukas In Neon SONG Silvia Arroyo Mahmmoud El Shendidi Nirvana PERSAUD Shaimaa ELSHESHTAWY Maria Paula Alvarez Alijla Abadalhadi Diana NGWENO CAHYANDARU Nahar Paula Matiz Lopez Shinta PUTRI Daphne Baorouk Carlos VELOZA Maurina SOODIN Vanessa De Castro NAMPA Asino Wandile KASIBE Juan Camilo BETANCOURT Stanley Dlamini Monica ISAZA BORDAMALO Shawn Berry Daniel Urrea
  16. 16. Training/CB Activities
  17. 17. NOMINATION OF THE DOLOMITESNew training/CB Initiatives FOR INSCRIPTION ON THE WORLD NATURAL HERITAGE LIST UNESCO Provincia autonoma di Trento TSM-Trentino School of Management Master in World Natural Heritage Management
  18. 18. New training/CB Initiatives Master en Economìa del Patrimonio Mundial
  19. 19. World Heritage at Work Capacity Building ProgramNew training/CB Initiatives
  20. 20. Research ActivitiesResearch Acticities
  21. 21. Silvia Santagata Research Centre CSS-EBLAResearch Acticities Established in 2008 CSS-EBLA brings together scientist and researchers from the academic world and not only, interested in the study and in the promotion of the knowledge of contemporary political and economic thought, and of cultural, institutional and creative economics. The Centre operates particularly at regional (in Piedmont) and national level but it profitably cooperates also abroad thanks to its international network. CSS-EBLA main objectives are: • to study and promote the knowledge of contemporary political and economic thought, and of cultural, institutional and creative economics; • to organize national and international conferences on the above mentioned topics; • to organize high education training courses; • to promote editorial activities; • to provide documentation and information services to individuals as well as to public and private bodies.
  22. 22. Research Acticities Cultural Commons
  23. 23. Creative AtmosphereResearch Acticities
  24. 24. Report on the economic and cultural impact of the "UNESCO World Heritage" brand The aim of the research is to study the economic and cultural impact of the brand "World Heritage of UNESCO. Following a preliminary analysis on the theory of collective marks, a survey on the value of the Unesco World Heritage Brand will beResearch Acticities carried out, using as case studies Val dOrcia-Pienza, Val di Noto and Savoy Residences in Piedmont. Client: Ministero dei Beni e Attività Culturali, Dipartimento di Economia “Cognetti de Martiis”
  25. 25. Books • White Paper on Creativity. Towards an Italian Model of Development, W. Santagata ed., BocconiResearch Acticities Editore, downloadable, MiBAC, Rome, 2009 • Creative atmosphere, E. Bertacchini and W. Santagata eds., Il Mulino 2012 • Cultural Commons, E. Bertacchini, G.M. Bravo, M. Marrelli, W. Santagata eds., Elgar 2012 • An Excellence Mark for Italian Heritage, L. Moreschini, G.Ramello, W. Santagata eds. Rubettino, 2012
  26. 26. Working Papers and Research Reports Working Papers CSS (Centro Studi Silvia Santagata) - EBLA CENTERResearch Acticities New Series 2009 • Bertacchini E. e D. Saccone (01/2011), The Political Economy of World Heritage • Saccone D. e E. Bertacchini (02/2011),Culture, Heritage and Economic Development - Empowering Developing Countries • Greffe, Xavier (01/2010), "Urban Cultural Landscapes: An Economic Approach • Bertacchini E., Santagata W., e G. Signorello ( 04/2009 ),Loving Cultural Heritage. Private individual giving and prosocial behavior • Bertacchini E., Saccone D., e W. Santagata (03/2009)Enhancing the valorisation of UNESCO World Heritage Sites: a Pigouvian Approach • Bertacchini E. e P. Borrione (02/2009),The city mouse and the country mouse: the geography of creativity and cultural production in Italy • Bertacchini E. e W. Santagata (01/2009),Biblioteche e Archivi: il digitale e le sfide per l Italia
  27. 27. New Frontiers in the Economics of Culture • 02/09/2010: David Throsby, (Macquarie University, Australia) presenta il Libro: The Economics of Cultural Policy, Cambridge University Press, Torino, ILO • 16/09/2010: Christian Barrère (University of Reims, France) presenta lo studio: "Democratisation in theResearch Acticities Gastronomic Market: The Case of Paris”, Torino, Dip. Economia Cognetti de Martiis • 10/11/2010: Mr Anthony G. Bigio (World Bank, NY), presenta: “Prospettive future per la Banca Mondiale nel campo dei progetti culturali e dello sviluppo”, Torino, ILO • 23/06/2011: Guido Martinotti (Università Milano-Bicocca), “MISURARE LA CULTURA”, Torino, IRES • 08 /06 /2011: Francesco Bandarin (UNESCO, Paris), “IL PATRIMONIO DELL’UMANITÀ: SITUAZIONE E SCENARI”, Milano, IULM
  28. 28. New Research initiatives Future research activities • Capacity Building • Fashion • Contemporary art at KM 0 • Food, slow food and new business models
  29. 29. Strategic framework....a number of important developments thatconcern the World Heritage Convention:•The adoption by the 18th Session of the General Assembly of the States Parties (Paris, 2011) of a “Strategic ActionPlan for the Implementation of the Convention, 2012-2022”;•The adoption by the 36th General Conference of UNESCO of the recommendation on Historic Urban landscapes(HUL). (See document accessible from: http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002110/211094e.pdf )•The celebration in 2012 of the 40th Anniversary of the World Heritage Convention, with as its official theme:“World Heritage and sustainable development: the role of local communities”;•The amendment of the Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention in2011 (35 COM), to include reference to sustainable development, notably in paragraphs 112, 119, 132, as well asin Annex 5, points 4.b and 5.e.•The larger initiative led by UNESCO to promote the role of culture for development, stemming from Resolution65/166 of the UN GA, entitled “Culture and Development”. This aims to demonstrate the contribution of culture,and heritage, to sustainable development goals, including some of the MDGs;•The preparations for the UN Conference on Sustainable development, also known as “Rio + 20”, that will takeplace in June 2012 in Rio de Janeiro, when the world’s attention will be concentrated on assessing the progressmade so far in implementing sustainable development strategies and redefining its paradigm;•The recently adopted Strategy for Capacity Building (2011) (decision 35 COM 12E, Document accessible onlinefrom: http://whc.unesco.org/archive/2011/whc11-35com-9Be.pdf);•The proposed establishment of a network of site managers;•The results of the Audit on the Global Strategy and the related recommendations, presented at the 18th Sessionof the General Assembly of the States Parties to the World Heritage Convention (see Document WHC-11/18.GA/8,accessible online from: http://whc.unesco.org/archive/2011/whc11-18ga-8-en.pdf )
  30. 30. Thank you for your attentionwalter.santagata@unito.it

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