PANORAMA Nature-Culture Write-shop

Pile Dwelling of the Alps Ledro Lake MUSEIn December 2021, the ICOMOS Secretariat together with the ICCROM-IUCN World Heritage Leadership programme will hold a write-shop (writing workshop) dedicated to ICOMOS members for the preparation of case studies, in this context “solutions”, to be submitted for inclusion on the PANORAMA Nature-Culture Thematic Community.


The key objective of the write-shop is to support participants in the process of reflecting on their work so they can prepare solutions and contribute to promoting the work of ICOMOS and its global membership in the PANORAMA platform. This write-shop aims at providing all the information needed to draft and publish a “solution” on the PANORAMA platform. Through the sessions, participants will learn about the PANORAMA Partnership initiative, the “solution-ing” approach, and the joint ICCROM-ICOMOS-IUCN Nature-Culture Thematic Community.

During the write-shop participants will:

  • Familiarise with the PANORAMA initiative and how everyone’s work can benefit from it;
  • Learn about the “Solution-ing” approach and the structure of PANORAMA solutions;
  • Explore the PANORAMA website and learn about its functionalities (e.g. filter, thematic communities, how to publish a solution);
  • Share your own knowledge and experience by identifying your own solutions;
  • Sharing experiences and lessons learned while publishing a solution.


This PANORAMA Nature-Culture write-shop consists of two sessions and an optional consultation meeting:

Session 1
3 December 2021
14:00 – 16:00 CET, Paris time
Introduction of the PANORAMA partnership, the platform and the Nature-Culture Thematic Community. This session will provide an understanding of the “solution-ing” approach that is at the heart of PANORAMA solutions and will provide all information concerning the solution format, including solutions’ criteria and requirements.

Session 2
13 December 2021
14:00 – 16:00 CET, Paris time
An interactive and guided session where all participants will embark on the process of developing and publishing their own solutions on the PANORAMA platform.

Optional session
January 2022
Bilateral or small group meetings focused on supporting participants in detailing, structuring or finalizing their solution.


How to participate
If you are interested in joining the Nature-Culture write-shop, please take a minute to fill in this sign up form for the write-shop at this link, or send an email and any inquiry to Nicole Franceschini (nfr[at] by 30 November 2021.

About the PANORAMA Nature-Culture Thematic Community
The PANORAMA Nature-Culture Thematic Community is a joint ICOMOS, ICCROM and IUCN project that focuses on sharing case studies where the interlinkages between nature conservation and the safeguarding of cultural heritage are crucial for the effective management and sustainable development of heritage places.

It presents place-based and people-centered approaches which highlight the relationship of natural and cultural diversity and provide a source of exchange between World Heritage properties, heritage places and practitioners.

Photo: Pile Dwelling of the Alps, Ledro Lake, Italy © MUSE


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