"Advancing Risk Management for the Shared Future": 6 Scientific Committees' Joint Meeting in Sydney 2020

6ISC CFA11276 ICOMOS International Scientific Committees: ICORP, ISCARSAH, ISCEAH, ICTC, ISCES+CC and CIPA are organizing a joint meeting during the ICOMOS General Assembly, in Sydney, Australia, on 1st of October 2020. The joint meeting will focus on ”Advancing Risk Management for the Shared Future” addressing specifically, challenges that heritage is facing and ways to tackle them.
Abstracts are welcome until the 3rd of February 2020.

Date/Venue : 1 October 2020 / ICC Sydney

Call for abstracts-Themes: (max. 300 words in English),
including the following topics:
(1) Climate Change and Cultural Heritage
(2) Disaster Risk Management and Resilience
(3) Post-disaster reconstruction and authenticity
(4) Post-disaster management
(5) Relevant subjects

Please complete the abstract form  submit to cprc02407@gmail.com by 3 Feb 2020.

Important Dates

    20 November  2019 Call for abstracts 
    20 November  2019 Registration open
    03 February    2020 Abstracts submission close
    29 April           2020 Notification of acceptance
    31 July            2020 Author registration deadline

    21 September 2020 Registration close



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For more information – consult http://www.6isc2020ga.org/ 

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