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19e Assemblée générale 2017 - Actes et résultats du Symposium scientifique

GA19 Delhi Logo BigTable des contenus :

  1. Introduction

  2. Programme du symposium

  3. Discours d'ouverture (ENG)

  4. Articles finaux (ENG)

  5. Résumés des posters 

  6. Sessions Vartalaap

  7. Communiqués de conclusion (ENG)

  8.  Déclaration de Delhi - EN (Remerciements and Lettre d'ICOMOS Inde ENG) / FR (en cours de traduction)

  9. Yatra aur Tammanah Statement - Yatra: our purposeful Journey and Tammanah: our wishful aspirations for our heritage” on learnings and commitments from the Culture-Nature Journey - EN (Acknowledgements) / FR (en cours de traduction)

  10. Session Manthan (ENG)

  11. Annexes


 

Introduction (en anglais seulement)

19th ICOMOS General Assembly & Scientific Symposium 2017- An overview

ICOMOS General Assembly 2017 and the Scientific Symposium is an opportunity for heritage professionals and enthusiasts from around the world to come together on a common platform and deliberate on various aspects of heritage conservation and management. Young professionals also get a chance to interact with experts, comprehend the emerging issues and learn from national and international case studies on conservation and management of cultural resources.

ICOMOS holds its General Assembly every year and triennial General Assembly every three years. Till date, ICOMOS has held 18 sessions of its triennial General Assembly: twelve in Europe, two in Asia, two in North America and one in Africa.

ICOMOS India has been proud to organize the 19th triennial General Assembly in Delhi, India from 12th – 15th December, 2017. The theme of Scientific Symposium was “Heritage & Democracy”.
More than 1,500 delegates from around the world and various fields of specialisation (archaeologists, architects, urban planners, engineers, curators, building conservation professionals, art historians) attended the events. It was thus a unique opportunity to promote international co-operation and strengthen understanding and communication in the field of heritage.

 

Scientific Symposium "Heritage and Democracy"

Scientific Symposium: Theme and Sub-themes

Heritage and Democracy was the designated theme for the Scientific Symposium organised in the largest Democracy of the world- India in the city of New Delhi from 11th to 15th December 2017 during the course of ICOMOS 19th General Assembly.
The fundamental idea of this Symposium is inspired by a recent global shift in heritage discourse towards a sincere people-centric engagement. The ICOMOS Scientific Symposium 2017 explored the possibilities for cultural heritage in a domain of multiple stakeholders, recognising the challenges of cultural diversity and resulting contestations amidst local and/or global communities.

We seeked contributions that identify sustainable means to work towards equity, ensure intellectual and physical access to heritage monuments and sites. They should acknowledge and build upon intangible associations with sites while empowering them to protect and interpret the future of our past in times of war and peace; with the increasing support of digital technology.
Concerns faced by the heritage community today raise some relevant question that need urgent addressal. How do we facilitate the multiplicity of perceptions that challenge, reject, renegotiate or simply ignore the dominant discourse on heritage? How can we identify, acknowledge and collaborate with owners, stakeholders and custodians of heritage from within our diversity? And then, how do we negotiate particular challenges to collectively safeguard our past?

The Symposium offered opportunities for collaboration as we continue the Culture-Nature journey to examine lessons to be learnt from ‘cultural studies of human endeavour’ to shift from fighting risk towards mitigating and adapting societies successfully.

 

Nupur Prothi Khanna
Sheridan Burke
Symposium Co-Chairs

 


 Articles finaux du Symposium scientifique

The titles which are not clickable, and marked with a *, refer to papers either not presented during the Scientific Symposium, and/or not submitted to the proceedings editorial team. / Les titres non cliquables et marqués d'une *  n'ont soit pas été présentés lors du Symposium Scientifique, soit pas été soumis à l'équipe éditoriale coordonnant la publication de ces actes.

Sub-Theme 1: Integrating Heritage and Sustainable Urban Development by engaging diverse Communities for Heritage Management 

SESSION 1: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
DATE: 13TH DECEMBER 2017, 900 HOURS TO 1730 HOURS
LOCATION: HALL GULMOHUR, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE
SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Gurmeet Rai- ICOMOS India, Ishanlosen Odiaua- ICOMOS Nigeria
RAPPORTEUR: Clara Rellesman- Rapporteur, Saumya Tripathi- Co-Rapporteur, Komal Potdar- Co-Rapporteur

19th General Assembly 2017 - Results of the Scientific Symposium

GA19 Delhi Logo BigList of Contents:

  1. Introduction

  2. Symposium Programme

  3. Keynote Speeches

  4. Final Papers

  5. Abstracts of Posters 

  6. Vartalaap Sessions

  7. Concluding Statements

  8. Delhi Declaration - EN (Acknowledgements and Letter from ICOMOS India) / FR (currently being translated)

  9. Yatra aur Tammanah Statement - Yatra: our purposeful Journey and Tammanah: our wishful aspirations for our heritage” on learnings and commitments from the Culture-Nature Journey - EN (Acknowledgements) / FR (currently being translated)

  10. Manthan Session

  11. Appendixes



 Introduction

19th ICOMOS General Assembly & Scientific Symposium 2017- An overview

ICOMOS General Assembly 2017 and the Scientific Symposium is an opportunity for heritage professionals and enthusiasts from around the world to come together on a common platform and deliberate on various aspects of heritage conservation and management. Young professionals also get a chance to interact with experts, comprehend the emerging issues and learn from national and international case studies on conservation and management of cultural resources.

ICOMOS holds its General Assembly every year and triennial General Assembly every three years. Till date, ICOMOS has held 18 sessions of its triennial General Assembly: twelve in Europe, two in Asia, two in North America and one in Africa.

ICOMOS India has been proud to organize the 19th triennial General Assembly in Delhi, India from 12th – 15th December, 2017. The theme of Scientific Symposium was “Heritage & Democracy”. 
More than 1,500 delegates from around the world and various fields of specialisation (archaeologists, architects, urban planners, engineers, curators, building conservation professionals, art historians) attended the events. It was thus a unique opportunity to promote international co-operation and strengthen understanding and communication in the field of heritage.

Scientific Symposium "Heritage and Democracy"

Scientific Symposium: Theme and Sub-themes

Heritage and Democracy was the designated theme for the Scientific Symposium organised in the largest Democracy of the world- India in the city of New Delhi from 11th to 15th December 2017 during the course of ICOMOS 19th General Assembly.
The fundamental idea of this Symposium is inspired by a recent global shift in heritage discourse towards a sincere people-centric engagement. The ICOMOS Scientific Symposium 2017 explored the possibilities for cultural heritage in a domain of multiple stakeholders, recognising the challenges of cultural diversity and resulting contestations amidst local and/or global communities.

We seeked contributions that identify sustainable means to work towards equity, ensure intellectual and physical access to heritage monuments and sites. They should acknowledge and build upon intangible associations with sites while empowering them to protect and interpret the future of our past in times of war and peace; with the increasing support of digital technology.
Concerns faced by the heritage community today raise some relevant question that need urgent addressal. How do we facilitate the multiplicity of perceptions that challenge, reject, renegotiate or simply ignore the dominant discourse on heritage? How can we identify, acknowledge and collaborate with owners, stakeholders and custodians of heritage from within our diversity? And then, how do we negotiate particular challenges to collectively safeguard our past?

The Symposium offered opportunities for collaboration as we continue the Culture-Nature journey to examine lessons to be learnt from ‘cultural studies of human endeavour’ to shift from fighting risk towards mitigating and adapting societies successfully.

Nupur Prothi Khanna
Sheridan Burke
Symposium Co-Chairs

 


 Scientific Symposium - Final papers

The titles which are not clickable, and marked with a *, refer to papers either not presented during the Scientific Symposium, and/or not submitted to the proceedings editorial team. / Les titres non cliquables et marqués d'une *  n'ont soit pas été présentés lors du Symposium Scientifique, soit pas été soumis à l'équipe éditoriale coordonnant la publication de ces actes.

Sub-Theme 1: Integrating Heritage and Sustainable Urban Development by engaging diverse Communities for Heritage Management 

SESSION 1: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
DATE: 13TH DECEMBER 2017, 900 HOURS TO 1730 HOURS
LOCATION: HALL GULMOHUR, INDIA HABITAT CENTRE
SESSION CO-CHAIRS: Gurmeet Rai- ICOMOS India, Ishanlosen Odiaua- ICOMOS Nigeria
RAPPORTEUR: Clara Rellesman- Rapporteur, Saumya Tripathi- Co-Rapporteur, Komal Potdar- Co-Rapporteur

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Heritage at Risk - 2011-2013 report online

World Report 2011-2013 on monuments and sites in danger


HR2011 13 COUVThe Heritage at Risk World Report 2011–2013 is the latest volume of a series of World Reports first published in 2000. From a strictly preservation-based approach this publication series offers worldwide information about the dangers that are threatening our cultural heritage, in order to provide help in the case of risks and to promote practical measures to avert or at least allay these risks.

Heritage at Risk - 2014-2015 / New: electronic version available

The "Heritage at Risk World Report 2014–2015 on monuments and sites in danger" is the latest volume of a series of World Reports first published in 2000. From a strictly preservation-based approach this publication series offers worldwide information about the dangers that are threatening our cultural heritage, in order to provide help in the case of risks and to promote practical measures to avert or at least allay these risks.

NEW : The downloadable version of  "Heritage at Risk 2014-2015 report".

ICCROM-ICOMOS-IUCN-UNESCO Reference Manual available

'Managing Cultural World Heritage'

ICOMOS Documentation centre has received numerous copies of this publication for dissemination. You can order it for free (except for postage fees), by stating your name, address and country of residence in an email that you will send to documentation[at]icomos.org

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ICOMOS Europe Group releases Symposium proceedings on Neighborhood conflicts and neighborhoods co-operations in Europe

ICOMOS Borders Scientific symposium Berlin June2017 Page 001This e-publication contains the proceedings of the Scientific symposium that was held on the occasion of the annual meeting of the ICOMOS Europe Group (Berlin, 3–6 June 2017). The report presents neighborhood conflicts and co-operations in Europe with 15 examples of shared War Heritage (from boundary stones to the Green belt and the Iron curtain) and trans-boundary cooperation projects in many fields such as comparative studies, monument restructuring, and conservation of rural and biological areas. It also includes a section about the creation of a European Heritage label Network to commemorate the European history heritage.

ICOMOS Europe Group releases Symposium proceedings on Neighborhood conflicts and neighborhoods co-operations in Europe

ICOMOS Borders Scientific symposium Berlin June2017 Page 001This e-publication contains the proceedings of the Scientific symposium that was held on the occasion of the annual meeting of the ICOMOS Europe Group (Berlin, 3–6 June 2017). The report presents neighborhood conflicts and co-operations in Europe with 15 examples of shared War Heritage (from boundary stones to the Green belt and the Iron curtain) and trans-boundary cooperation projects in many fields such as comparative studies, monument restructuring, and conservation of rural and biological areas. It also includes a section about the creation of a European Heritage label Network to commemorate the European history heritage.

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ICOMOS publications - Catalogue 2017

In the catalogue, you will find publications by ICOMOS International but also International Scientific Committees and National Committees. Not all of them are for sale at the International Secretariat: some are to be purchased from the Committees themselves.

Among others:

  • Collection "Monuments and Sites "
  • Heritage at risk special editions
  • Proceedings of ICOMOS Symposia
  • Thematic studies in the context of the World Heritage Convention
  • ICOMOS Scientific Journals (remaining issues)

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INORA No. 71, 2015

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INORA No. 72, 2015

INORA No. 73, 2015

INORA No. 74, 2016

Le groupe ICOMOS Europe publie les actes du symposium scientifique sur le patrimoine des zones frontalières

ICOMOS Borders Scientific symposium Berlin June2017 Page 001

Cette publication électronique contient les actes du symposium scientifique qui a eu lieu à l'occasion de la réunion annuelle du Groupe ICOMOS Europe (Berlin, 3-6 juin 2017). Le rapport présente les conflits de voisinage et les coopérations en Europe avec 15 exemples de patrimoine de guerre commun à certains pays (des bornes frontalières en passant par "green belt" et le rideau de fer) et des projets de coopération transfrontalière dans de nombreux domaines comme les études comparatives, la restructuration des monuments et la conservation des zones rurales et biologiques. Il comprend également une section sur la création d'un réseau de label du patrimoine européen pour commémorer le patrimoine historique européen.

Manuel de référence ICCROM-ICOMOS-IUCN-UNESCO disponible

'Gérer le patrimoine mondial culturel'

Le centre de documentation de l'ICOMOS a reçu des stocks de cette publication pour la diffuser. Vous pouvez la commander gratuitement (frais d'envoi exceptés) en indiquant votre nom, adresse et pays de résidence dans un courriel adressé à documentation[at]icomos.org

[Frais d'envoi dans la zone Euro : 5,04€ / Frais d'envoi dans les autres régions du monde : 10,80€ (tarif prioritaire sans suivi)/4,12€ (tarif lent sans suivi)]

Publication de deux nouvelles études thématiques de l'ICOMOS

Couv e versionLes patrimoines culturels de l’eau : les patrimoines culturels de l’eau au Moyen-Orient et au Maghreb

Dans le cadre de son travail en tant qu'organisation consultative de l'UNESCO, l'ICOMOS réalise des études comparatives et thématiques dans différents domaines afin d'offrir un contexte à ses évaluations.

Ce nouveau volume se propose de fournir un support d'identification, d'étude et de préservation des patrimoines culturels traditionnels liés à l'eau dans les régions arides / semi-arides, ainsi que des exemples de références, non seulement pour des biens potentiellement candidats à la Liste du patrimoine mondial, mais également d'importance régionale ou locale.

ISBN :978-2-91886-21-5 (e-version)
ISBN 978-2-918086-21-5
375 p.

Une version papier est disponible sur demande (gratuit, frais d'envoi à votre charge) : contacter le Centre de documentation

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Publication of ICOMOS University Forum Volume 1 on Authenticity and Reconstructions

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ICOMOS has released the first volume of its International University Forum's scientific output. The papers in this collection derive from the international ICOMOS University Forum Workshop on Authenticity and Reconstructions held 13–15 March 2017 at ICOMOS International Headquarters in Paris, France. The meeting constituted a pilot project of the new ICOMOS University Forum to stimulate dialogues between academics and heritage experts. Accordingly, this is the first volume of the new ICOMOS University Forum Results.

Publication of two new ICOMOS Thematic studies

Couv e versionCultural Heritages of Water: The cultural heritages of water in the Middle East and Maghreb

In the framework of its work as UNESCO Advisory Body, ICOMOS undertakes comparative and thematic studies, in different subject areas in order to provide a context for its evaluations.
This new volume seeks to provide assistance for recognising, studying and preserving traditional cultural heritages linked to water in arid / semi-arid regions and also establish benchmark examples, not only for properties which could be nominated for the World Heritage List, but also for properties of regional or local importance.

ISBN :978-2-91886-21-5 (e-version)
ISBN 978-2-918086-21-5
375 p.

A printed version is available upon request (free of charge, except for postage fees): please contact ICOMOS Documentation Centre

téléchargemente-version (free download, PDF 7,5 Mb)

Publication of two new ICOMOS Thematic studies

Couv e versionCultural Heritages of Water: The cultural heritages of water in the Middle East and Maghreb

In the framework of its work as UNESCO Advisory Body, ICOMOS undertakes comparative and thematic studies, in different subject areas in order to provide a context for its evaluations.
This new volume seeks to provide assistance for recognising, studying and preserving traditional cultural heritages linked to water in arid / semi-arid regions and also establish benchmark examples, not only for properties which could be nominated for the World Heritage List, but also for properties of regional or local importance.

ISBN :978-2-91886-21-5 (e-version)
ISBN 978-2-918086-21-5
375 p.

A printed version is available upon request (free of charge, except for postage fees): please contact ICOMOS Documentation Centre

téléchargemente-version (free download, PDF 7,5 Mb)

Publication of two new ICOMOS Thematic studies

Couv e versionCultural Heritages of Water: The cultural heritages of water in the Middle East and Maghreb

In the framework of its work as UNESCO Advisory Body, ICOMOS undertakes comparative and thematic studies, in different subject areas in order to provide a context for its evaluations.
This new volume seeks to provide assistance for recognising, studying and preserving traditional cultural heritages linked to water in arid / semi-arid regions and also establish benchmark examples, not only for properties which could be nominated for the World Heritage List, but also for properties of regional or local importance.

ISBN :978-2-91886-21-5 (e-version)
ISBN 978-2-918086-21-5
375 p.

A printed version is available upon request (free of charge, except for postage fees): please contact ICOMOS Documentation Centre

téléchargemente-version (free download, PDF 7,5 Mb)

Publications de l'ICOMOS - catalogue 2017

ICOMOS catalogue publications 2017coverDans le catalogue, vous trouverez les publications d'ICOMOS International mais également celles des Comités scientifiques internationaux et des Comités nationaux. Toutes ne sont pas en vente auprès du Secrétariat international, mais auprès des Comités.

  • Collection « Monuments et Sites » 
  • Éditions spéciales de la collection « Heritage at risk »
  • Actes des colloques de l'ICOMOS
  • Études thématiques dans le contexte de la Convention du Patrimoine mondial
  • Journal scientifique de l'ICOMOS (numéros encore disponibles)

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Publications reçues en 2016 au Centre de documentation

ICOMOS Bosnie-Herzégovine

Savremene percepcije kulturnog naslijeda Austro-Ugarske u Bosni i Hercegovini.Contemporary perception of the Austro-Hungarian cultural heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Actes du Symposium du 22 Novembre 2014 à Sarajevo.Vjekoslava Sanković Simčić(ed.), Comité National Icomos Bosnie-Herzégovine, 2016, 244p. .illus.

Pendant ses 40 années d'appartenance à l'Empire Austro-Hongrois, tout d'abord, en tant que pays occupé sous la souveraineté du Sultan Turque, puis après son annexion en 1908 à la monarchie austro-hongroise, la Bosnie Herzégovine a connu une phase de profonde transformation interne.L'occupation austro-hongroise a donné lieu à l'introduction de nouvelles formes d'architecture et d'urbanisme impactant la physionomie orientale des villes de Bosnie-Herzégovine et créant des contrastes  pittoresques et des rapports inattendus dans cette intéressante réunion de deux mondes.

ISBN 978-9958-9094-7-4

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ICOMOS Australie

Historic Environment. Vol. 28, n° 1, 2 & 3. 

1: "Outback and Beyond" - 121 p.
2: "Digital Heritage" - 116 p.
3: "Conflict and Compassion" - 109 p.
Cooke, Steven, Dr. (ed.), ICOMOS Australie. Victoria,  ICOMOS Australie
, 2016. illus. 

ISSN : 0726-6715. 

Commander des versions papier/informations

 

Avec la participation d'ICOMOS Mexique

Los nuevos paradigmas de la conservación del patrimonio cultural. 50 años de la Carta de Venecia. Conference Volume. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, López Morales, Francisco Javier  et Vidargas, Francisco Mexico, 2014,  308 p. 

Rapport de la Réunion internationale organisée par la Direction du patrimoine mondial de l'Institut national d'anthropologie et d'histoire (Mexique, 2014)

ISBN 978-607-484-533-4.

Télécharger sur l'archive ouverte de l'ICOMOS

ICOMOS Suisse
Was kommt? Quel avenir? Quale futuro? Was bleibt? Quel patrimoine? Quale patrimindexonio? Icomos Suisse. Baden, Suisse, Hier und Jetzt, Verlag, 2016. Vol. 4, 204 p.

Vol. 1, 40 p.: Städtebau und Denkmalpflege / Urbanisme et sauvegarde du patrimoine / Urbanismo e salvaguardia del patrimonioVol.2, 52 p.:Konservierung und Restaurierung / Conservation et restauration / Conservazione e restauroVol. 3, 36 p. : Archäologie und Bauforschung / Archéologie et étude de l'architecture / Archeologia e studio dell'architetturaVol. 4, 76 p. : 50 Jahre: Zur Geschichte von ICOMOS Suisse / 50 ans ICOMOS Suisse : à propos de son histoire / 50 anni di ICOMOS Suisse: una sintesi storica

ISBN 978-3-03919-404-9Acheter auprès de l'éditeur: Hier und Jetzt

ICOMOS UK
Capability Brown Garden history44Capability Brown: Perception and response in a global contextActes de la conférence de 3 jours tenue à Bath, 7-9 septembre 2016. Cultural Landscapes and Historic Gardens Committee of ICOMOS-UK. Simms, Barbara (éd.). Londres, Garden History Society, 2016. (Garden History, Journal of the Gardens Trust, n°44 : suppl. 1, automne 2016).

ISSN 0307-1243

"Highlights included a Keynote speech by Professor John Dixon Hunt, University of Pennsylvania and an evening reception at the National Trust's Prior Park, a Brown designed garden with its iconic Palladian bridge overlooking the World Heritage City of Bath. There was a Civic Reception at the magnificent Bath Assembly Rooms where the speakers and delegates were welcomed to the City of Bath by the Chairman of BANES Council, Councillor Alan Hale and addressed by Dame Helen Ghosh, Director General of the National Trust who spoke about the conservation of Capability Brown landscapes in their care."

Acheter auprès d'ICOMOS UK

ICOMOS Allemagne
ICOMOS Germany Journal LXIVom Ende her denken?! Archäologie, Denkmalpflege, Planen und Bauen

Actes ,du colloque du Comité national allemande de l'ICOMOS et de l'Institut Allemand d'archéologie en coopération avec la Chambre d'architecture, l'Association des archéologues de terrain de République fédérale d'Allemagne, et du Bureau régional pour la préservation des monuments de Basse Saxe, Leipzig, Allemagne, 7 novembre 2014. Winghart, Stefan (éd.) et Haspel, Jörg (éd.). Hameln, Allemagne, CW Niemeyer, 2016. (ICOMOS - Hefte des Deutschen Nationalkomitees, LXI). 135 p. (Ger)

ISBN 978-3-945880-11-1

Acheter en ligne

ICOMOS Allemagne
ICOMOS Germany Journal LXIIIndustrielle Kulturlandschaften im Welterbe-KontextActes de la rencontre internationale ICOMOS Allemagne/ TICCIH / Stiftung Industriedenkmalpflege und Geschichtskultur, 26-27 Février 2015, Dortmund, Allemagne. Mehrfeld, Ursula (éd.), Pfeiffer, Marita (éd.), Brandt, Sigrid (éd.). Berlin, Hendrik Bäßler verlag, 2016. (ICOMOS - Hefte des Deutschen Nationalkomitees, LXI). 152 p. (textes variés en Ger, Eng)

ISBN 978-3-945880-11-1

Acheter en ligne

ICOMOS Italie
Heritage and landscape as human values - conference proceedings / ICOMOS Symposium « Patrimoine et Paysages en tant que Valeurs Humaines. Di Stefano, Maurozio (éd.). Actes du Symposium tenu lors de la 18e Assemblée générale de l'ICOMOS à Florence, Italie, 9-14 Novembre 2014. Naples, Italie, Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 2015. 672 p., illus. (différents textes en Eng, Fre)ISBN: 9788849530575AcheterCe volume principal comprend les 196 présentations traitant les cinq thèmes du Symposium données par les participants et soumises conformément aux directives pour la publication ainsi que « La déclaration de Florence : Patrimoine et Paysages en tant que Valeurs Humaines » en 3 langues, les présentations au Forum de la jeunesse et une sélection de photographies de l’événement.

ICOMOS Chili

Cuaderno 111 DOCUMENTOS DE ICOMOSDOCUMENTOS DE ICOMOS. Nordenflycht Concha, José de (éd.), ICOMOS Chile. Santiago, Ministerio de Educación, Dirección de Bibliotecas, Archivos y Museos, Consejo de Monumentos Nacionales, 2015, 254 p. (Cuadernos del Consejo de Monumentos Nacionales, No. 111) (Spa)


Free distribution: icomoschile[at]gmail.com


La publication compile les chartes, textes doctrinaux et résolutions des réunions internationales de l'ICOMOS, mais aussi les dernières connaissances et méthodologies en matière de conservation et de gestion du patrimoine culturel mondial.

 

Rapport "Heritage at Risk - 2011-2013" en ligne

Rapport Mondial 2011-2013 sur les monuments et les sites en péril 

HR2011 13 COUVLeRapport mondial 2011-2013 sur le Patrimoine en péril est le dernier volume d'une série de Rapports mondiaux dont le premier a été publié en 2000. D'une approche strictement fondée sur la conservation, cette série de publications apporte des informations sur les dangers qui menacent notre patrimoine culturel dans le monde entier afin d'offrir de l'aide en cas de risques et de promouvoir des mesures pratiques pour les éviter ou du moins les atténuer. 

Rapport "Heritage at Risk 2014-2015" - Nouveauté : version électronique disponible

  

LeRapport mondial 2014-2015 sur les monuments et les sites en péril est le dernier volume d'une série de Rapports mondiaux dont le premier a été publié en 2000. D'une approche strictement fondée sur la conservation, cette série de publications apporte des informations sur les dangers qui menacent notre patrimoine culturel dans le monde entier afin d'offrir de l'aide en cas de risques et de promouvoir des mesures pratiques pour les éviter ou du moins les atténuer. 

 Nouveauté : la version téléchargeable d' "Heritage at Risk" 2014-2015. 

 

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