43rd session of the World Heritage Committee ICOMOS Side Events

ICOMOS will be participating, as Advisory Body, to the 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee that will be held from 30 June to 10 July 2019 in Baku, Azerbaijan. This year, ICOMOS, in collaboration with IUCN, ICOMOS National Committees and ICOMOS Working Groups, will be hosting several side events.

When?

1 July – Lunchtime (13h10 – 14h00) – ICOMOS/IUCN - Connecting Practice – Phase 3

2 July – Evening (18h10 – 19h00) - Climate Vulnerability Index - a systematic way to rapidly assess climate change impacting World Heritage

3 July – Lunchtime (14h10 – 15h00) - Presentation of the Evaluation Process - ICOMOS/IUCN

3 July – Evening (18h10 – 19h00) - Mobilizing Cultural Heritage for Climate Action: The Role of World Heritage and beyond

5 July – Lunchtime (13h10 – 15h00) - The Great Walls: Between China and UK

7 July – Lunchtime (13h10 – 14h00) – Introducing the ICOMOS 2020 General Assembly – Sydney, Australia

 

Where?

Advisory bodies space (room B3)

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