The 4th ICOMOS-Brazil Scientific Symposium, which will also be the 1st edition of the ICOMOS / LAC Symposium, will take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, between May 12 and 15. The Symposium will present an overview of the discussions on heritage in our continent, in addition to discussing the specific theme "Heritage and crisis". We are inviting all cultural heritage specialists to participate in this event, which will be an important forum to discuss the state of the art in our area. For this, we are opening a second call for papers, until next 23 March, which can be accessed through the link: https://www.even3.com.br/simposioicomos2020
El 4to Simposio Científico ICOMOS-BRASIL, que también será la 1ra edición del Simposio ICOMOS / LAC, tendrá lugar en Río de Janeiro, Brasil, entre el 12 y el 15 de mayo. El Simposio presentará una visión general de las discusiones sobre patrimonio en nuestro continente, además de discutir el tema específico "Patrimonio y crisis". Estamos invitando a todos los especialistas en patrimonio cultural a participar en este evento, que será un foro importante para discutir el estado del arte en nuestra área. Para esto, estamos abriendo una segunda convocatoria de ponencias, hasta el próximo 23 de marzo, a la que se puede acceder a través del enlace: https://www.even3.com.br/simposioicomos2020
What are human rights and what do they mean for heritage management? How are decisions made about the heritage? What norms are applied in decision making? Which values, principles and approaches guide those decisions? Are all relevant rights bearers and duty holders involved? Will all parties feel the decisions to be inclusive, effective, efficient, participatory and legitimate? How can we identify opportunities and expected heritage developments involving rights bearers? This workshop intends to address these questions and propose concrete case studies.
The Department of European and International Affairs and the Directorate General of Heritage of the French Ministry of Culture are organizing an international seminar on Rock Art and World Heritage in Sub-Saharan Africa on 31 March 2020 at the National Heritage Institute in Paris.
The objective of the seminar will be to present the challenges and issues of research, conservation, protection and sustainable management of sites that can arise from this type of property. This seminar will be an opportunity to share good practices on these issues, through concrete cases of sub-Saharan African properties already inscribed on the World Heritage List or on the Tentative Lists.
Registration for the seminar is free but compulsory within the limit of available places. You can send your request to Caroline Gaultier-Kurhan, Officer for African Museums and Heritage at the French Ministry of Culture: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Advancing Risk Management for the Shared Future": 6 Scientific Committees' Joint Meeting in Sydney 2020
6 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.
Water Heritage - Questionnaire on development of ISC, Mission Statement and Statement of Significance for water as cultural heritage
The proposal for an International Scientific Committee (ISC) on Water and Heritage was presented at the 2017 General Assembly in Delhi where the Board of ICOMOS approved the formation of a probationary task force to investigate the formation of an ISC, in accordance with the Eger Xi’an Principles for the International Scientific Committees of ICOMOS.
- ISC on Industrial Heritage: Call for membership (Deadline: 12 December)
- Review ICOFORT Final Draft Charter
- Call for presentations: "Living the Cultural Routes"
- Call for Papers: Caribbean Conversations in Conservation