Click on the links below to download instructions and deadlines for the following matters:
- Travel Grant Applications - Criteria & Form - note that we particularly invite applications from Young Professional members of ICOMOS
- Submit draft resolutions to the General Assembly - Instructions & Template
- Propose candidates for the Piero Gazzola Prize or ICOMOS Honorary Membership
- Propose candidates for the election to the ICOMOS Board
From 13-15 March, the ICOMOS University Forum kicked off with a pilot workshop addressing “A Contemporary Provocation: Reconstruction as Tools of Future-making”, sponsored by Kyushu University (Japan). Some thirty specialists, both young researchers and senior professionals from around the world, met for discussions on authenticity and reconstruction at ICOMOS International in Paris.
ICOMOS and E.C.C.O. (European Confederation of Conservator-Restorers' Organisations) have agreed to closer collaboration through a Memorandum of Understanding signed on 6 March in Paris.
“Managing the Past, Engaging the Present”, a feature on ICAHM (ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management) was just published in American Anthropologist, the premier anthropology journal in the U.S.
This is a special section of American Anthropologist dedicated to cultural heritage management. It includes an interview of Doug Comer, president of ICAHM, which is followed by a selection of essays from heritage scholars around the world.
You can read the interview with Doug Comer and the accompanying articles on the ICOMOS Open Archive by clicking here.
ICOMOS is pleased to inform that the International Course on Linking Nature and Culture in World Heritage Site Management will be held in Røros Mining Town and the Circumference, Norway from 6-16 June 2017. The course announcement is available on the ICCROM website by clicking here.
ICOMOS South Africa has invited representatives from 17 African countries to be part of a master level pilot course in human rights and cultural heritage. The training, lead by the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights University of Oslo, will be at Ditsong Museum, Pretoria from 13 to 17 March 2017.
Broadly, the course will cover:
1. General introduction to the international human rights system, including its institutions and mechanisms;
2. Specific introduction to relevant cultural rights and texts, as well as the UN and UNESCO institutional framework; and
3. Human rights-based approach planning tools for heritage management.