Following the successful work done in the first two phases of Connecting Practice, ICOMOS and IUCN are pleased to share the results of the third Phase of the Connecting Practice project.
A Nature-Culture Thematic Community on the PANORAMA platform, coordinated jointly by ICCROM, IUCN and ICOMOS, was recently launched by the World Heritage Leadership Programme at the ICOMOS GA2020 Marker event.
A workshop for the third phase of the Connecting Practice project that ICOMOS and IUCN are undertaking with the Christensen Fund’s support took place in ICOMOS headquarters near Paris, France on 7-8 February 2019. The Connecting Practice project is an initiative which aims to explore, learn about and create new methods of recognition and support for the interconnected character of the natural, cultural and social values of World Heritage Sites. Following the successful first two phases of Connecting Practice, the third phase continues to explore and to implement lessons learned into practical interventions and new mechanisms for achieving positive results for agricultural and biocultural practices.
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ICOMOS and IUCN are delighted to announce that the final report for the Connecting Practice project: Phase II has been completed and is now available online. The Connecting Practice project explores new methods and practical strategies for the recognition and support of the interconnectedness of natural and cultural heritage at World Heritage sites.
- Launch of Connecting Practice Phase III and Call for Interest
- Call for Papers: "Forward Together: A Culture-Nature Journey"
- International Course on Linking Nature and Culture in World Heritage Site Management
- ICOMOS & IUCN Partner on Nature-Culture Journey at the World Conservation Congress 2016