ICOFORT, the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Fortifications and Military Heritage, is asking ICOMOS Committees and members to review its version number 4 dated 20 August 2019 of the ICOFORT Final Draft Charter on Fortifications and related heritage; guidelines for protection, conservation and interpretation.
The International Scientific Committee on Cultural Routes (CIIC) of ICOMOS, will hold its Scientific Meeting from February 10 to 17, 2020, with the theme "Living the Cultural Routes" which will take place in the city of Chihuahua, Mexico.
On the occasion of the 25 years anniversary of the creation of the Committee, CIIC organizes this meeting to bring awareness on the topic of cultural routes to all ICOMOS members.
The Caribbean Heritage Network (CHN) will hold its inaugural conference entitled, “Caribbean Conversations in Conservation” in March 16-19, 2020 in Barbados. ICOMOS members are invited to join in and spread the news.
There are still few resources available to practitioners in the region to help preserve and protect Caribbean heritage.This conference will help to bridge that gap and put a wide cross-section of professionals in contact with one another to better understand how we go about this important work.
On the initiative of its President, Professor Toshiyuki Kono, ICOMOS is seeking Expressions of Interest from cultural heritage professionals worldwide in order to expand and diversify its international team of World Heritage Advisors for the evaluation of cultural and mixed property nominations to the World Heritage List.
GA 2020 Scientific Symposium: Call for Expressions of Interest - International Theme/Stream Co-Chairs
Following the earlier call for the Scientific Symposium Co-Chair, which has since been appointed, expressions of interest are now invited for four (4) further volunteer positions as International Theme/Stream Co-Chairs for the Scientific Symposium to be held between 5 and 9 October 2020 as part of the 20th Triennial General Assembly of ICOMOS (GA2020) in Sydney, Australia under the overall theme “Shared cultures – Shared heritage – Shared responsibility”.
ICCROM and ICOMOS invite authors for expressions of interest in preparing a case study within the joint project “Analysis of Case Studies in Recovery and Reconstruction”.
After review of the proposals, a selection will be made by a Working Group for the development of selected case studies. The selected authors will receive an honorarium in recognition of their work.
To know more about the project, the criteria of selection, deadlines and terms of submission please click the link below:
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