Présentation générale des acteurs européens du patrimoine culturel. Dernière mise à jour: 15/10/2013.

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Acronyme Nom Statut Légal Activités Adresse
EC - DG EAC European Commission - Directorate General for Education and Culture Public  - European authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
 - Promotion of cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue
 - Promotion of culture as a catalyst for creativity, within the framework of the Lisbon strategy
 - Promotion of culture as a vital part of the EU’s external relations
EC - DG DEVCO European Commission - Directorate General "EuropeAid" Development and Cooperation Public  - Development and Cooperation – EuropeAid is a new Directorate–General (DG) responsible for designing EU development policies and delivering aid through programmes and projects across the world
- Funding of several development projects (including in the cultural and heritage fields)
EC - EACEA European Commission - Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency Public  - European executive agency operational since 2006 and responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
 - Responsible for most management aspects of EU cultural programmes programmes
 - Information and support to applicants and beneficiaries
 - Dissemination and exploitation of projects' results
 - Contribution to European Knowledge and expertise
EP - CULT European Parliament - Commission Culture and Education Public Committee responsible for:
 - Improving the knowledge and dissemination of culture
 - The protection and promotion of cultural and linguistic diversity
 - The conservation and safeguarding of cultural heritage, cultural exchanges and artistic creation
  -T he Union's education policy, including the European higher education area, the promotion of the system of European schools and lifelong learning
 - The audiovisual policy and the cultural and educational aspects of the information society
  - The youth policy and the development of a sports and leisure policy;
 - The information and media policy;
  - The cooperation with third countries in the areas of culture and education and relations with the relevant international organisations and institutions
CoEU - CAC Council of the European Union - Cultural Affairs Committee Public  - Contributing to the development of the teaching and dissemination of languages in order to develop the European dimension in education and training
 - Improving the knowledge and dissemination of the culture and history of the European peoples and safeguarding cultural heritage of European significance
- Encouraging mobility of students and teachers by encouraging the mutual recognition of diplomas and periods of study
 - Promoting cooperation between educational and training establishments and, in particular with regard to training, with business,-youth-and-culture?lang=en
CoE - DG II Council of Europe - DG II Democracy Public  - Cultural policies and initiatives throughout Europe (CultureWatch Europe, Compendium, HOTopics etc.)
CCPs European Cultural Contact Points (36 countries) Public  - Cultural contact points have been established in the Member States and in most of the other countries taking part in the programme
 - They are responsible for promoting the programme, facilitating the participation of as many cultural professionals as possible, ensuring an exchange of information with national cultural institutions, maintaining contact between the participants in the various Community programmes and a link with the other sources of information on the various Community programmes
JPI Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change Public  - Increase the value of relevant national and EU R&D and infrastructure investments by concerted and joint planning, implementation and evaluation of national research programmes in the field of cultural heritage
 - Calls for proposals to facilitate the implementation of the JPI
CCPTE Compendium of Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe Public  - Web-based information system on cultural policies in 50 European States
 - Comparative overviews on cultural policy governance and other issues
 - Cultural statistics (population, participation, markets, employment, public funding)
 - Monitoring standards, Developments and trends in cultural policy (standard setting instruments, national laws and policies, key recommendations made within the Council of Europe)
HEREIN European Heritage Network Public  - Intergovernmental network in the field of cultural heritage policies aiming at promoting best practice and fostering the adaptation of public authorities' policies, contributing to improving governance methods
 - Database of cultural heritage policies throughout Europe
 - Cultural heritage thesaurus
HT HOTopics Public Developed in cooperation between the CoE and ECURES
 - Offer an innovative and evidence-based overview of culture, heritage and media issues in Europe
 - Developing "hot" topics for debate
 - Writing cultural heritage research articles
CWE CultureWatchEurope Initiative Public  - Generating and reviewing policy standards in areas of concern to governments and society by providing data, information, knowledge, comparative and trend analyses, expertise, advise and case studies
 - providing online information through joint access to the CoE's electronic information tools and making rapid consultation or European States in order to compare achievements
 - Contrubuting to prospective analysis and forward thinking by addressing topical issues and emerging trends, developments and difficulties
 - Offering a platform for creative exchange and policy debate between stakeholders
CN Culturelink Network Public UNESCO-funded initiative hosted by the Institute for International Relations (IMO)
 - World-wide network and platform for research in the field of cultural development
 - Research and publications
 - Conferences and seminars
LC LabforCulture Public-private initiative  - Informations, research and analysis in the field of culture and cultural heritage;
 - Online tools to increase cooperation between relevant stakeholders
 - Promotion of cultural cooperation throughout Europe through studies, funding, debates
EuNIC European Information Centre for Culture Public  - Web-based portal
CE Central Europe - Cooperating for Success Public  - EU funded programme
 - Coopertion among CEE countries
ENCC European Network of Cultural Centres Public  - Enhancing and vitalising the debate on cultural identity, cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue and exchange between the European cultural centres
 - Promoting the ENCC and expanding its services and membership especially to Eastern European member states to strengthen advocacy and lobby work for the interests of the independent culture scene
 - Professionalizing the Europe-wide services for members and partners
EHHF European Heritage Heads Forum Public  - informal network
 - built heritage, landscapes, archaeology
EHLF European Heritage Legal Forum Public  - successor to the European Working Group on EU-Directives and Cultural Heritage
 - advisory body
 - ensure that improved and timely information on the development and consequences of legal acts developed by the EU that may pose a problem to cultural heritage are conveyed to the national competent authorities
EAC Europae Archaeologiae Consilium Public  - Network of national heritage bodies
 - support the management of the archaeological heritage
 - serve the needs of national archaeological heritage management agencies
 - provide a forum for organisations
 - establish a closer and more structured cooperation and to exchange information
FMoCS Bosnia & Herzegovina - Federal Ministry of Culture and Sports Pubilc National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
EHA 3.3 European Heritage Alliance 3.3 Private  - Informal European sectoral platform composed of 30 European and international networks and organisations in the field of cultural heritage
- Advocacy and lobby activities
IFLA Europe  International Federation of Landscape Architects - Europe Private  - Lobby and advocacy organisation
 - Establish, support, and promote the landscape architectural profession across Europe
 - Communication (publication of an online journal)
 - Shaping and disseminating European initiatives
 - Education and research
ACCR  Association des Centres Culturels de Rencontres Private  - Network of 47 members across 20 European countries
 - Technical and thematic meetings, designed to respond to the needs of members and to enable them to tackle together changes in the fields of culture and heritage
 - Projects implementation
 - Coordination and advocacy
 - Research and communication (thematic studies, statistics)
ANCBS Association of National Committees of the Blue Shield Private  - Cultural equivalent of the Red Cross: protection of monuments during conflicts
 - Promote awareness raising, capacity building, preparedness, response and recovery at national and international level
- Set up a website containing access points to relevant databases (training, resources, specialists, conferences) with interactive links to other databases
 - Serve as the communication centre, archive and resource base for the ICBS (International Commitee of the Blue Shields) and the Blue Shield national committees
ECCO European Confederation of Conservator-Restorers’ Organisations Private  - Cultural heritage safeguarded for society through high standards of professional conservation-restoration practice
 - Organize, develop and promote, on a practical, scientific and cultural level, the profession of Conservator-Restorer.
 - Set standards and regulate practice at European level and enhance communication between and mobility of professionals.
 - Strengthen the role and responsibilities of the Conservator-Restorers in relationship to others in safeguarding Cultural Heritage
ECOVAST European Council for the Village and Small Town Private  - Enhance the well-being of rural communities, and the safeguarding of the rural heritage, throughout Europe
 - Foster the economic, social and cultural vitality and the administrative identity of rural communities
 - Safeguard and promote the sensitive and imaginative renewal of, the built and natural environments of such communities
ECTN European Cultural Tourism Network Private  - Network for tourism and the cultural industries throughout Europe
 - Facilitate sharing of research
 - Facilitate the development of transnational projects
 - Develop and improve training opportunities
 - Develop common responses to European Commission consultations
ECTP-CEU European Council of Spatial Planners Private  - ECTP-CEU brings together 24 professional town planning associations and institutes from 22 European countries
 - Dissemination of the revised New Charter of Athens on planning European cities in the 21st century;
 - Design of a Vision enhancing the quality and efficiency of cities and urban life in Europe;
 - Production of a guide to spatial planning and territorial cohesion;
 - Publishing of the proceedings of major conferences on European spatial development and the preparation of forthcoming conferences;
 - Preparation of the European Urban and Regional Planning Awards.
ELO European Landowners’ Organisation Private  - Promote a sustainable and prosperous countryside and increase awareness relating to environmental and agricultural issues.
 - Organise interdisciplinary meetings gathering together key actors from the rural sector and policy makers at the local, regional, national and European level
Heritage Europe-EAHTR  European Association of Historic Towns and Regions Private  - Formed as “The European Association of Historic Towns and Regions”  by the Council of Europe in October 1999 as part of the initiative “Europe – A Common Heritage”
 - Promote the interests of Europe’s historic cities through international cooperation between heritage organisations and historic towns - sharing experience and good practice and promoting the sustainable management of historic areas.
 - Members in 30 European countries and through our membership arrangements represent over 1000 historic towns and cities.
INTO Europe International National Trusts Organisation Private
ISOCARP International Society of City and Regional Planners Private  - Organise activities and events both for its members as well as for other professionals in the field of regional and city planning
 - Training programmes
TICCIH Europe International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage Private  - International organisation for industrial archaeology and the industrial heritage
 - Study, protect, conserve and explain the remains of industrialisation
CAE Culture Action Europe Private  - Advocacy and lobby organisation promoting culture and arts. Over 100 members
 - Provision of customized information and analysis on the EU cultural policy
EN Europa Nostra Private  - Advocacy and lobby organisation regrouping over 400 members and association
 - Organisation of EU prize for cultural heritage / Europa Nostra Awards
E-FAITH European Federation of Associations of Industrial and Technical Heritage NGO  -  Promote the study of and research in, recording, conservation, development and management, and interpretation of Industrial and Technical Heritage
 - Facilitate co-operation in Europe between those engaged in these activities.
EHHA European Historic Houses Association NGO  - Promote European cooperation regarding the conservation of historic houses and gardens
 - Provide a platform for the exchange of information and support for national historic house associations
 - Promote interest in the historical, aesthetic, educational, environmental, economic and social aspects of historic houses and gardens
 - Promote the extension and improvement of current historic houses, parks, gardens and estates to enable society as a whole to enjoy their attractions, beauty and story
EMH European Maritime Heritage NGO  - Encourage mutual cooperation between the extensive community of organisations in Europe, including museums, involved in keeping maritime heritage alive
 - Act as a conduit for the flow of advice and assistance between such organisations to contribute to the mutual understanding of different maritime cultures and increase public awareness of those cultures, by organising a triennial congress
 - Identify and promote historic water-borne links between European regions, publicising the role of waterways as a cultural bridge between the nations
 - Study and resolve common problems identified in the course of preserving and operating traditional craft in Europe
 - Provide official organisations of the European Union with a representative and consultative service on all aspects of preserving and operating historic boats and vessels
ENCATC European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centres NGO  - European network gathering higher educational institutions and
 training organizations dealing with cultural management education
and training (over 100 members in 40 countries)
 - Association status to UNESCO, and of  “observer” to the Steering Committee for Culture of the Council of Europe
ENCoRE European Network for Conservation-Restoration Education NGO  - Network organisation of higher educational institutions in the field of conservation
 - Restoration.promote research and education in the field of conservation and restoration of cultural heritage.
EUROCLIO European Association of History Educators NGO  - Building professional capacity through developing and implementing innovative (on-line) teaching tools
 - Fostering professional knowledge exchange, intercultural dialogue and cross-community, national and trans-border networking
 - Supporting sustainable professional civil society stimulating, initiating and empowering independent history and citizenship educators' Associations across Europe and beyond
EWT European Walled Towns NGO  - Exchange knowledge and experience in many fields
 - Promote the interest of our members
 - Support walled towns and their history in present day functioning
 - Set up projects together to stimulate exchange
 - Convene regular symposia in member towns
FEDECRAIL European Federation of Museum and Tourist Railways NGO  - European parent organisation for all friends of railways who are engaged in the maintenance, preservation and operation of historical railways. 36 members in 25 countries.
 - Research, publications and communication
FHR Future for Religious Heritage – European Network for historic places of worship NGO  - FRH is the only European network of charities, governmental, religious and university departments, that work to protect religious heritage buildings across Europe
 - Promote Europe’s rich religious heritage, which is a shared resource for cultural, social and economic development
 - Raise awareness of the threats facing Europe’s religious heritage.
Provide a communication platform for those working to protect Europe’s religious heritage
 - Share expertise and experience on common challenges
 - Identify areas where a Europe-wide response is appropriate and influence policy-makers on behalf of our members
OWHC / OVPM Organisation of World Heritage Cities NGO  - Contribute to the implementation of the Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage and the International Charter for the Protection of Historic Cities
 - Encourage, on both regional and international levels, cooperation and the exchange of information and expertise among historic cities
 - Ensure better links between research undertaken by specialists or experts and the needs of local management;
 - Sensitize the populations to heritage values and their protection
UIA  UIA workgroup Heritage Region 1 (International Union of Architects) NGO  - The International Union of Architects (UIA), is a global federation of national associations of architects
 - Training, advocacy and exchange activities
ERICarts  European Institute for Comparative Cultural Research NGO  - Comparative cultural research (concept building, empirical research, case studies, communication)
 - Cultural policy monitoring in cooperation with expres from over 40 European countries
ECURES European Association of Cultural Researchers E.V NGO  - Promote scientific and cultural co-operation throughout Europe and with the Southern hemisphere
 - Work for increased transparency and competence in European cultural policymaking
 - Support cultural researchers through exchanges and training
 - Help improve methodologies and instruments used in cultural research
BO Budapest Observatory NGO  - Regional obersvatory on financing culture in East-Central Europe
 - Observe, present, interpret, compare and analyse facts and processes impacting on cultural heritage
 - Consultation for public policy-making
 - Events organisation and project management
ECF European Cultural Foundation NGO  - Grants, awards, events, targeted advocacy actions, reflection groups
 - Capacity building and training
 - Online information platform
BHN Baltic Heritage Network NGO  - Multilingual electronic gateway to gather information on the cultural heritage of the Baltic diaspora with the aim of ensuring access to relevant information
- Developing a network of cooperation in the field of the cultural heritage of Estonians and Balts abroad, which includes memory and scholarly institutions, diplomatic and other institutions, international Baltic communities, organizations and individuals – at home and abroad
AMATEO European Network for Cultural Participation in Cultural Activities NGO  - Information flow, especially about the socio-cultural activities of the member organisations
 - Political support for the importance of active participation in cultural activities
 - The exchange of information and practice among the member organisations
 - International co-operation projects such as festivals, exhibitions, exchange programmes, etc;
 - The development of cultural projects, exchange programmes and tours and supporting the search for relevant partners from participating countries
joint research into the field of active cultural participation;
 - Intercultural dialogue
BE Banlieues d'Europe NGO  - Debates
 - Seminars
 - Trainings
AVEC Alliance of European Cultural Cities NGO  - Network of historical cities and territories
 - Position local heritage as a motor for sustainable development and commit in a quality approach
 - Give international visibility for the network as a whole
 - Integrate innovation into existing structures
EAA European Association of Archaeologists NGO  - To promote the development of archaeological research and the  - exchange of archaeological information
 - To promote the management and interpretation of the European archaeological heritage
 - To promote proper ethical and scientific standards for archaeological work
 - To promote the interests of professional archaeologists in Europe
 - To promote co-operation with other organisations with similar aims
EFHA European Forum of Heritage Associations NGO  - To heighten public awareness about the cultural heritage of Europe through the creation of a network for the non-professional world, in particular in the field of archaeology
 - International exchange programmes for individual members
EAHI European Association for Heritage Interpretation NGO  - To foster and further good practice and research in heritage interpretation throughout Europe
 - To establish an annual conference.
 - To establish a virtual market place that serves to link
all those that are involved and interested in interpretation
in an international context.
 - To develop further a system of international quality standards
in heritage interpretation based on the Transinterpret approach.
ICA International Council of Archives NGO  - The International Council on Archives (ICA) is dedicated to the effective management of records and the preservation, care and use of the world's archival heritage through its representation of records and archive professionals across the globe.
INTBAU International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism NGO  - INTBAU is a world wide organisation dedicated to the support of traditional building, the maintenance of local character and the creation of better places to live. We are creating an active network of individuals and institutions who design, make, maintain, study or enjoy traditional building, architecture and places.
WMF - Europe World Monuments Fund Europe NGO  - Advocacy
 - Education and traning
 - Capacity Bulding
 - Disaster recovery




Acronyme Nom Statut Légal Activités Adresse
MTKRS Albania - Ministry of Culture Tourism and Sport Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Armenia - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoEAC Austria - Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Andorra - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoCT Azerbaijan - Ministry of Culture and Tourism Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MOC Belarus - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
DGC Belgium - DG for Culture, Ministry of the French Community Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoCYS Belgium - Flemish Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Bulgaria - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Croatia - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoEC Cyprus - Ministry of Education and Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MKCR Czech Republic - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
KUM Denmark - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Estonia - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoEC Finland - Ministry of Education and Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoCC France - Ministry of Culture and Communication Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoCMPS Georgia - Ministry of Culture, Monument Protection and Sport Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
FCCMA Germany - Federal Commissioner for Culture and Media Affairs Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
HMoC Greece - Hellenic Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
OKM Hungary - Ministry of Education and Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
SDACS Ireland - State Department for Arts Culture and Sports Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MHC Italy - Ministry for the Heritage and Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MKRS Kosovo - Ministry of Culture Youth and Sport Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Latvia - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoFAEC Liechtenstein - Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Education and Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs  
MoC Lithuania - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Luxembourg - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC fYRoM - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MCCA Malta Council for Culture and Arts Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoCT Moldova - Ministry of Culture and Tourism Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoI Monaco - Ministry of Interior Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MKU Montenegro - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoECS The Netherlands - Ministry of Education, Culture and Science Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoCCA Norway - Ministry of Culture and Church Affairs Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MKIDN Poland - Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
SSC Portugal - Secretary of State of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoCRA Romania - Ministry of Culture  Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MKRF Russia - Ministry of Culture and Mass Communications Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Serbia - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Slovakia - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Slovenia - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MECD Spain - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoC Sweden - Ministry of Culture Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
BAK Switzerland - Federal Office of Cultural Affairs Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
MoCT Ukraine - Ministry of Culture and Tourism Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs
DCMS United Kingdom - Department for Culture, Media and Sport Public National authority responsible for cultural and heritage affairs

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Actes complets / Complete proceedings PDF (30.2 Mo)

Un fichier haute qualité (plus de 100 Mo) est disponible sur demande / A high quality file (more than 100 Mo) is available on demand

Sommaire / Index PDF

Objectifs scientifiques / Scientific objectives
Benjamin Mouton

Ouverture / Opening
Benjamin Mouton

Philippe Bélaval

Conférence d'introduction / Introductory lecture
Michel Juffé

Table-ronde / Round table
Michel Schulman


Thème 1 / Theme 1 - Patrimoine et développement territorial / Heritage and regional development PDF

Rohit Jigyasu

Session 1- Patrimoine, mais lequel ? / Heritage but which one?
Michèle Laruë-Charlus

Hong Kong Style Urban Conservation

Réflexions autour des interactions entre patrimoine et développement à partir de l’exemple de la patrimonialisation de l’architecture coloniale en République démocratique du Congo

Heritage as a Driver of Development? Some Questions of Cause and Effect

Patrimoine et développement local : pratiques institutionnelles et pratiques sociales
Laurence GILLOT, André DEL, Marianne COHEN

A win-win case: Samitaur Project in Culver City

Walk to Global Vision: Driving Heritage Development by World Heritage Award: Macau - A Colony With East And West Culture
MOK Keng Kio

Virtuous Circle or Vicious Cycle: Modern Heritage and Development in Abu Dhabi

Brooks Terrace, Kanahooka (Dapto), NSW, Australia—Residential Development within the Ruins of the Former Dapto Smelter

Rapport / Report

Odile Marcel
Rapporteurs senior

Jean-Baptiste Dürrenmatt

Marlen Hörenz
Rapporteurs juniors




Session 2 - Le patrimoine contre le déclin ? / Heritage as a tool against decline? PDF

Saint Louis du Sénégal : l’île ou la ville ?
Abdoul SOW

When Cities Shrink: Redefining Roles for Conservation, Development, and Investment

The Peruvian Nothern Coast as a heritage driver development process

Space is not nothing: heritage aesthetics and the struggles for space
Juliet RAMSAY, Feng HAN

Heritage and the Governance Agenda: Can historic urban environments survive the devolution of development control?

The Pennsylvania Wilds: the role of cultural and natural heritage in landscape scale development

La Mojana : territoire de l’eau

Conservation of historical settlements and cultural industries from an urban and regional development perspective

Country residences and peat meadows
Mireille DOSKER

Expired experiment: Modern monument: The Heritage Significance of the Justus van Effen Housing Complex as Driver for Urban Regeneration and Social Sustainability
Charlotte van EMSTEDE

The Sustainable Development of the Cultural Landscape of Jianan Irrigation System in Taïwan
WANG Chun- Hsi, FU Chao-Ching

Rapport / Report
George Zouain
Rapporteur senior

Héloïse Balhade
Ailyn Sheehan
Rapporteurs juniors



Session 3 - Quelles orientations concrètes apporter au développement urbain et rural ? / What specific guidelines can be established regarding urban and rural development? PDF

François Gondran

Le patrimoine rural, vecteur d’aménagement durable des territoires ruraux français
Jean-Marie VINCENT

Precautions for Heritage as a Driver for Regional Development: A Critical Review of Related Principles manifested in the ICOMOS Charters from a Development Perspective
PARK Sohyun

Les grands sites et leurs territoires : un fil méthodologique en treize étapes pour un patrimoine paysager

Learning from East Asian Heritage as an Alternative Model of Future Development
KIM Sungwoo

La construction de la ville « durable » : l’Archéologie, un regard nouveau

Heritage assessment and regional development: a challenging dialogue

Tools and Techniques for Preserving Agricultural Landscapes in the United States
James K. REAP

Sulina, ville dans le delta du Danube en Roumanie
Dorothée RIETSCH

Patrimoine et développement local : le rôle des collectivités territoriales dans la gestion du site des falaises de Bandiagara
Lassana CISSE

How climate has changed the historical water management approach in the Netherlands

Rohit Jigyasu





Thème 2 / Theme 2 - Développement et retour à l’art de batir / Heritage or a return to the art of building PDF

Stephen Kelley

Session 1 - L’art de bâtir / assessing the art of building

Florence Babics

Artisanat, métiers et compagnonnage. La transmission des savoirs, de l’oralité à l’écrit
Gabriel DAVID

‘Escuela Taller’: a trainer’s perspective

Maintien des paysages de pierre sèche, pratique durable pour nos territoires
Claire CORNU

Culture of Wood: Old and New

La ferme des Planons dans l’Ain. Etude et restauration d’un patrimoine vernaculaire fragile

Les maisons à patio, continuités historiques, adaptations bioclimatiques et morphologies urbaines

The Impacts of the Enhancing Value of Traditional Architecture on Regional Development

The Macuti House, Traditional Building Techniques and Sustainable Development in Ilha de Moçambique
Silje Erøy SOLLIEN

Rapport / Report
Kyle Normandin

Rapporteur senior

Kleber richa Queiroz
Jia Wang
Rapporteurs juniors


Session 2 - performances efficiency PDF

Michel Fontaine

Heritage Conservation: The Real Sustainable Development
Donovan RYPKEMA, Caroline CHEONG

Du diagnostic énergétique du bâti ancien à la diffusion des connaissances: méthodologie et cas pratiques de villes françaises à secteurs protégés

La pierre naturelle, un matériau écologique?
Shahinaz SAYAGH

Adobe construction in Portugal: is there a future for vernacular architecture?

Cités minières du Nord-Pas-de-Calais : un terrain d’application privilégié pour mettre en cohérence protection du patrimoine et développement durable

Old and green: environmental performance of traditional Chinese housing

Examination of the Effect of Building Construction Policies on the Conservation of Vernacular Building Techniques: Policies Adopted after WWII in Japan

Le patrimoine bâti et la protection incendie

L’éloge des règles de l’art. Restaurer durablement le patrimoine. La qualité sans le poids des normes

Rapport / Report
Laura Robinson

Rapporteur senior

Maie Kitamura
Gong Xuelan
Rapporteurs juniors


Session 3 - savoir habiter, réutiliser,réinventer / adapting to sustainable living, expertise in re-use,expertise in building PDF

John hurd

Models of urban development: examples in Bologna

From Continuity to Contrast: Diverse Approaches to Design in Historic Contexts
Robert J. HOTES

Toronto Brownfield Redux: “Artscape Wychwood Barns” and “Evergreen Brick Works”

Adaptative re-use of historic building and community development: the case of “Mikindani Old Boma” Tanzania

Art de bâtir et développement : un cercle vertueux. Deux exemples de restauration de monuments en terre crue au Mali

The Past for the Future: Design intervention and Heritage Conservation towards an Era of U-Cities
CHO In-Souk

La construction en terre crue dans les tropiques
Luis Fernando GUERRERO, Annick DANEELS

Eco-plasters revive the traditional plasterwork techniques of the past

Une meilleure efficacité des programmes d’habitat par la prise en compte des cultures constructives locales

Nouvelle réflexion sur l’isolation
Michel Trompert

Rapport / Report
Isabel Kanan
Rapporteur senior

Bianca Elena Benavides Barrera
Daiho Mo
Rapporteurs juniors

Stephen Kelley


Thème 3 / Theme 3 - tourisme et développement / tourism and development PDF

Sue Millar


Session 1- Le patrimoine face au défi du tourisme : quelles stratégies, quels outils? / Heritage and the challenge of tourism:what strategies, which tools

Maria Gravari-Barbas

Heritage as a driver for development: Its contribution to sustainable tourism in contemporary society

Tourism and Archaeological Heritage: Driver to Development or Destruction?
Douglas COMER, Willem WILLEMS

The Impact of World Heritage Listing

Tourism and Development: Angkor’s Away
Philippe DELANGHE, Peou HANG, Georgina LLOYD, Richard MACKAY, Sharon SULLIVAN

Globally Unique or Globally Uniform? Is cultural heritage as a driver of development resulting in the unique or the uniform?

Archaeology for Development: The Need for Holistic Planning

New strategies for cultural tourism planning: quality and creativity as tools for development

A tool for World Heritage documentation, management and decision making: the silk roads cultural heritage resource information system

Heritage at risk: local development, a strategy for its control: historic quarter of the City of Colonia del Sacramento

Rapport / Report
Ana Paula Amendoeira
Rapporteur senior

Céline Lombart
Susann Harder
Rapporteurs juniors



Session 2- Le développement du tourisme peut-il être durable ? / Can tourism development be sustainable? PDF

Hervé Barré

Tourisme culturel et développement durable: le patrimoine au-delà du spectacle

Reinforcing the Authenticity and Spirit of Place of Indigenous Peoples to Promote Cultural Tourism at World Heritage Sites as a Development Approach: Learning from the Canadian Experience

Heritage or theme park?

Le patrimoine à l’état gazeux : comment le tourisme détourne notre conception de l’authenticité
Stéphane DAWANS/ Claudine HOUBART

Tourism and the Invisible Historic Sites in Antarctica
Maria Ximena SENATORE, Andrés ZARANKIN

Mise en valeur du patrimoine de Santa Maria La Mayor. Mise en scène de la première imprimerie du Río de la Plata
Graciela DE KUNA, Angela Beatriz RIVERO, Graciela CAMBAS

Développement et tourisme : un exemple probant au Havre
Laurence LE CIEUX

Revitalisation urbaine, un levier pour le développement touristique. Le cas de l’Iran

Looking ahead: the olive grove cultural landscape

From a Military Front to a “Cold War” Heritage Site – a study of the prospect of Matsu Archipelago as sustainable tourism islands
FU Chao-Ching

Le Quartier des spectacles de Montréal, au cœur du développement culturel québécois

La mise en valeur des villes historiques et le patrimoine du XXème siècle : le cas du Mexique

Rapport / Report
Angela Rojas
Rapporteur senior

Chloé Bellanger
Benoit Chiron
Rapporteurs juniors


Session 3 - Comment la participation des populations est-elle déterminante pour la durabilité du développement du tourisme ?/ How is public involvement essential for the sustainability of tourism development? PDF

Sheridan Burke

Revitalization of Borobudur: Heritage Tourism Promotion and Local Community Empowerment in Cultural Industries
NAGAOKA Masanori

Le développement du patrimoine culturel immatériel brésilien
Edson LEITE, Maria Cristina CAPONERO, Simone PEREZ, Maria José CHOTIL

Heritage as the Beginning of Developing Sustainable Tourism and Constructing Local Identity: Exemplified by a Cultural Project, “Old House with New Life”, in a Historical City of Taiwan
WU Ping-Sheng, YEN Shih-Hua

Heritage Tourism Development and the Local community: Al-Salt Heritage City in Jordan

The Mirage of Equity in Developing Country World Heritage Tourism
Jeffrey ADAMS

Continuity and Identity in Canberra: Can Tourism Development Sustain Intangible Cultural Heritage?

Developing sustainable tourism destinations offering authentic folk Experience

Heritage Landscape and Cultural Identity: development as Tourism

Towards a sustainable tourism: the case of the State of Guanajuato, Mexico

Patrimoine culturel et tourisme dans la Région Métropolitaine de Mendoza-Argentine
Silvia Augusta CIRVINI, José Alejandro GOMEZ VOLTAN

Rapport / Report
Marc de Caraffe
Rapporteur senior

Kenrick demesvar
Maëlla Morvant
Rapporteurs juniors

Sue Millar


Partie 4 PDF



Thème 4 / Theme 4 - Développement et économie / The economics of development PDF

Gideon Koren


Session 1 - Que nous apprennent les études sur les retombées économiques de la mise en valeur du patrimoine ?/ What do studies teach us on the economic returns of heritage conservation?

Anne Magnant

Les retombées économiques du patrimoine culturel en France
Michèle PRATS

De l’influence d’une politique tarifaire sur le développement d’un site, Pont du Gard

Measurements and Indicators of Heritage as Development
Donovan RYPKEMA, Caroline CHEONG

Les conditions de retombées économiques favorables
Jean-Louis LUXEN

The Economics of Development in Brazilian Conservation Policy with special reference to the city of Rio de Janeiro Conservation Areas

Does Investment in the Built Fabric of Historic Towns Drive Economic Recovery?

Industrial preservation as a key to urban regeneration – Some examples over forty years and many countries
Stuart B. SMITH

The stories we tell about (places and how they define the economic trajectory of communities)

Rapport / Report
Minja Yang
Rapporteur senior

Marion Lacombe
Gabrielle Robiou
Rapporteurs juniors



Session 2- Comment le patrimoine peut-il exercer des effets structurants sur le développement économique et le bien- être social ? : How can heritage have a formative effect on economic development and social wellbeing? PDF

Philippe Toussaint

Le Centre des Monuments Nationaux, un outil de développement de l’attractivité patrimoniale des territoires
Isabelle LEMESLE

Cultural Heritage and Community Development

Historic Core of Split and the Peristyle of Diocletian’s Palace: Economic Impact of Cultural Heritage Preservation
Sagita Mirjam SUNARA, Goran NIKŠI?

Economic Value of Hanok Regeneration Project in Seoul
LEE Kyung-ah

People and Places: industrial landscapes, liability or asset?

Supporting Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Historic City Regeneration in Developing Countries

Revitalization of historic inner-city areas in Asia. Urban Renewal Potentials in Jakarta, Hanoi and Manila

Residential Consolidation, Preservation and Rehabilitation Programme. Buenos Aires Historic City Centre
Gabriela Beatriz MAREQUE, Estefanía AIRALDI

Heritage in Socio-Economic Development: Direct and Indirect Impacts

Heritage as springboard for creative enterprise
Stephen BROWN, Catherine SNELGOVE, Sharon VEALE

L’émotion collective au service du projet économique albigeois

Rapport / Report
Jae-Heon Choi
Rapporteur senior

Aurélie Bouton
Yanan Li
Rapporteurs juniors



Session 3 - Comment développer les retombées économiques du patrimoine ? / How to develop the economic benefits of heritage? PDF

Donald Hankey

Regenerating Pretoria’s Historical Core. Heritage as an asset for inner city development
Nicolas CLARKE, Jan Paul CORTEN

Leveraging heritage: public private partnerships and heritage conservation in the historic urban environment

The built Heritage as a location factor – economic potentials of listed properties

Integrating the Preservation of the Built Heritage Urban Site into the Local Economic Development (LED) Policy

Le rôle de l’économie dans la conservation : le cas de l’Argentine

Quel paradigme pour les politiques publiques du patrimoine ?

The Conversion of Melbourne

Heritage, Driver for Development and the Case of the Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras

La gestion économique du patrimoine par la ville d’Arles

Rapport / Report
Susan Duyker
Rapporteur senior

Jihane Chedouki
Lucie Benquet
Rapporteurs juniors

Gideon Koren




Ateliers débats / Workshops PDF

Session 1 - A. Le patrimoine industriel et sa contribution au développement / Industrial heritage and its contribution to development

Rolf Schaefer

Le Patrimoine industriel, entre “patrimonialisation” et développement économique
Louis BERGERON, Maria-Teresa PONTOIS

Un patrimoine industriel à l’encontre de l’industrialisation du patrimoine

Beyond Heritage, Towards the Possibility of Creative Economy: The Case of the Reuse of the Industrial Heritage in Taiwan
Min-Tsung CHENG


A.“place-based” approach to reusing industrial and cultural heritage assets

West Montserrat Textile and Design District
Graciela Isabel LABATO


B.Nouveaux outils, nouvelles méthodologies, nouvelles approches New tools / New methodologies, new approaches

Cédric Gottfried

Réflexions autour des inventaires, manuels et méthodes : outils opérationnels et pratiques exemplaires développés dans le cadre des projets Euromed Heritage
Christophe GRAZ

Le virtuel pour capitaliser notre patrimoine technique et industriel
Michel COTTE, Florent LAROCHE

Quantitative Modelling of Cultural Heritage Economic Behaviour

To overcome or to overthrow the heritage and sustainable development dichotomy? Proposal for a renovation of the current heritage paradigm


C. Développement et défis touristiques et patrimoniaux au Moyen-Orient / Challenges for heritage conservation and development in the Middle East

Amira Mouaki

Safranbolu: d’un petit village anatolien à un centre de tourisme culturel

Une histoire de développement avec le patrimoine. La Région de Cappadoce, aspects positifs et négatifs

Development and Cultural Heritage in Iran

Tabriz historical Bazaar in the context of change


D. Patrimoine, communautés, identités / Heritage, communities, identities

Julia Gartner-Negrin

Heritage as ethical paradigms of balancing identity and change amid socio-cultural development

Une collectivité face à la mise en valeur de son patrimoine architectural : le cas d’Oaxaca

Réflexion sur les rôles des communautés locales, du tourisme et des médiateurs externes dans la transmission des valeurs patrimoniales des paysages et espaces culturels

L’appropriation du patrimoine par les communautés, outils pour la durabilité du développement du tourisme à Ngazidja, Union des Comores


E. Enjeux d’acteurs et partenariats / Local stakeholders and partners

Emmanuel Garcia

The Role of Private Buildings in the Preservation and Development of Historical Cities in Brazil

Assembling and Presenting Chicago’s Architectural Heritage: Lessons and Cautions
Christophe KOZIOL

Linkages between Heritage Policy, Tourism and Business Enterprises in Luang Prabang

Toward a Locally-Based Ownership Paradigm: Case Studies in Sustainable Preservation and Development
Lawrence COBEN

Session 2PDF

A. Adaptation aux changements climatiqueset nouveaux défis environnementaux / Adapting to climate change and new challenges

Rolf Schaefer

Emerging Debates – Heritage Theory, Environment and Development
Louise COOKE

Are we wasting Embodied Energy—Time to Change (An Australian Perspective)

Technologie soutenable: rénovation de monuments historiques à Barcelone

The Siwa Oasis: Art of Building for a Sustainable Development

Assessing Daylighting Performance of a Traditional Residential Neighborhood in Historical Cairo


B. Tourisme : vecteur de régénération / Tourism: a driver of regeneration

Julia Gartner-Negrin

Dancing in the Park: Tourism and the sustainable development of the Heritage Assets of New South Wales National Parks, Australia

The Impact of Tourism on Sustainable Settlement Conservation: The Case of the Reuse of the Vernacular Residences in Kinmen
Pei-Yao YANG, Chao-Ching FU

Discussion on the Development of Heritage Conservation through the Perspective of Heritage Tourism—The Case of the Grand Canal
Tingting WAN, Yuan WANG

Contemporary Approaches to Developing Sustainable Tourism: Turning a Threat into an Asset
Shanna C. RAINES


C. Témoignages : conservation et gestion du patrimoine - stratégies de développement / Heritage management and conservation case studies: development strategies

Amira Mouaki

Preservation of Historic Cityscape in Fort of Galle, Sri Lanka by restoration of private houses through public-private initiative

Heritage Barns of Alberta Pilot Project – A Regional Heritage Initiative to Preserve the Rural Cultural Landscape of Alberta

The World Heritage Site of the Rideau Canal navigable waterway driver of development - A large digital screen on its shores

Cultural Landscape Conservation at a Regional Scale: Sustainability through Collaboration

Cultural heritage and organizing capacity: A case study of Allariz town, Northwestern Spain

Ksar Ait Benhaddou: Patrimoine Mondial générateur d’un développement durable


D. Témoignages : conservation et gestion du patrimoine - cas d’étude français / Heritage Management and Conservation: French case studies

Natalia Zhukovskaya

Patrimoine architectural et culture équestre : moteurs du développement économique, touristique et durable. Etude comparée de Chantilly et Compiègne
Jean-Pierre BLAY

Le Patrimoine mondial au coeur du projet urbain de Bordeaux, Port de la Lune
Anne-Laure MONIOT

La Charte de Fontevraud en faveur de la protection, de la gestion et la valorisation des paysages viticoles

Pour que vive le patrimoine de proximité

Le projet culturel et touristique du Grand Site de France Saint-Guilhem le Désert / Gorges de l’Hérault: la mise en valeur responsable d’un patrimoine unique
Samantha JONES


E. Situations d’urgence et conflits : le rôle du patrimoine / The role of heritage in disaster and conflict relief

Emmanuel Garcia

Cultural heritage for peace and reconciliation

Cultural Emergency Response
Deborah STOLK, Eléonore DE MERODE

The Economics of Heritage at Risk: using Stated Preferences methods to assess the impacts of heritage policies on regional development
Patrizia RIGANTI

Historic preservation and Economics in Long wave theory
Christian OST


Conclusion du symposium / Conclusion of the symposium
Benjamin Mouton

Déclaration de paris / Paris Declaration

Galerie photos / photo gallery

Biographies des intervenants / speakers’ biographies

Remerciements / Acknowledgements


world heritage foldersLe centre de documentation de l’ICOMOS est spécialisé dans la restauration et la conservation du patrimoine culturel immobilier (patrimoine bâti, monuments et sites historiques). Le fonds documentaire comporte aujourd’hui :

  • 16 500 titres à partir desquels 38 500 références bibliographiques ont été indexées, et concernant la plupart des pays du monde
  • Plus de 400 périodiques régulièrement reçus par échange
  • 30 000 diapositives, photos et plans
  • Les dossiers d'inscription originaux des biens de la liste du Patrimoine Mondial de l'UNESCO.

Site du Patrimoine Mondial des grottes de Yungang, Chine. © John RobertsBonne Journée Internationale des Monuments et des Sites !

Le thème des célébrations 2012 est « le Patrimoine mondial »

 « Le patrimoine est l’héritage du passé dont nous profitons aujourd’hui et que nous transmettons aux générations à venir. Nos patrimoines culturel et naturel sont deux sources irremplaçables de vie et d’inspiration. Des lieux aussi extraordinaires et divers que les étendues sauvages du parc national de Serengeti en Afrique orientale, les Pyramides d’Egypte, la Grande Barrière d’Australie et les cathédrales baroques d’Amérique latine constituent le patrimoine de notre monde.

Ce qui rend exceptionnel le concept de patrimoine mondial est son application universelle. Les sites du patrimoine mondial appartiennent à tous les peuples du monde, sans tenir compte du territoire sur lequel ils sont situés.

L’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’éducation, la science et la culture (UNESCO) encourage l’identification, la protection et la préservation du patrimoine culturel et naturel à travers le monde considéré comme ayant une valeur exceptionnelle pour l’humanité. Cela fait l’objet d’un traité international intitulé Convention concernant la protection du patrimoine mondial, culturel et naturel , adopté par l’UNESCO en 1972. »

© Centre du Patrimoine Mondial


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