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Formation "Communautés patrimoniales et droits de l'homme", Tallinn, September 2020

Heritage Communities and Human Rights workshop, Tallinn, September 2020 © Riin AlataluL'ICOMOS Estonie et l'Académie estonienne des arts ont organisé du 2 au 5 septembre 2020 à Tallinn et en ligne une formation par le groupe de travail "Notre dignité commune" intitulée "Communautés patrimoniales et droits de l'homme". La formation a été organisée en collaboration avec l'UICN et l'ICCROM.

Formation en novembre 2020 : droits de l'homme et patrimoine culturel

OCDI RBA ICOMOS Brazil2L'équipe de Our Common Diginity et Icomos-Brésil se réjouit de proposer un atelier d'une semaine sur les droits de l'homme et la gestion du patrimoine, du 9 au 13 novembre 2020, se concentrant sur ce qui peut être considéré comme les deux aspects les plus difficiles de la théorie des droits de l'homme : (1) comment comprendre la "culture" et (2) comment gérer le fait que certains droits sont collectifs ou collectifs et d'autres individuels ? Comment pouvons-nous équilibrer les conflits entre les droits des différentes communautés ?

Formation en novembre 2020 : droits de l'homme et patrimoine culturel

OCDI RBA ICOMOS Brazil2L'équipe de Our Common Diginity et Icomos-Brésil se réjouit de proposer un atelier d'une semaine sur les droits de l'homme et la gestion du patrimoine, du 9 au 13 novembre 2020, se concentrant sur ce qui peut être considéré comme les deux aspects les plus difficiles de la théorie des droits de l'homme : (1) comment comprendre la "culture" et (2) comment gérer le fait que certains droits sont collectifs ou collectifs et d'autres individuels ? Comment pouvons-nous équilibrer les conflits entre les droits des différentes communautés ?

Human rights and cultural heritage training, November 2020

OCDI RBA ICOMOS Brazil2The team at Our Common Diginity and Icomos-Brasil are looking forward to offering a week-long workshop on Human Rights and Heritage Management 9-13 November 2020,  where we will focus on what can be considered the two most difficult aspects of human rights theory: (1) how do we understand "culture" and (2) how can we deal with the fact that some rights are group-based or collective and others are individual? How can we balance conflicts between the rights of different communities?

Human rights and cultural heritage training, November 2020

OCDI RBA ICOMOS Brazil2The team at Our Common Diginity and Icomos-Brasil are looking forward to offering a week-long workshop on Human Rights and Heritage Management 9-13 November 2020,  where we will focus on what can be considered the two most difficult aspects of human rights theory: (1) how do we understand "culture" and (2) how can we deal with the fact that some rights are group-based or collective and others are individual? How can we balance conflicts between the rights of different communities?

InnovaConcrete project holds workshop on post-war concrete heritage

dernieres references BDD 201506 201612Update: The video recordings of the InnovaConcrete Kaunas Virtual Workshop are now available on the InnovaConcrete website.


From Friday 11 to Saturday 12 June 2021 in Lithuania, the InnovaConcrete project(Innovative materials and techniques for the conservation of 20th-century concrete-based cultural heritage) organises a two-day virtual and international conference questioning the monumental nature of concrete heritage of the post-war era.

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