ICOMOS issues a statement of support for the Belarusian National ICOMOS Committee

Нясвіж і Нясвіжскі замак 12On November 19, 2021, ICOMOS issued a statement of support for the National Committee of ICOMOS Belarus in light of the unstable political situation in the country. 

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Photo credit : Niasviž Castle, Belarus by Сяргей Кончар



Call for interest: ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Water and Heritage

topThe Board of ICOMOS has approved the formation of a new International Scientific Committee on Water and Heritage (ISCWater)ISCWater is now launching a call for interest to all ICOMOS Committees and members.

All through history, all over the world, water has been a decisive factor in human life and the development of society. Water has forever been central to people’s identity, traditions, beliefs and way of living – it is a vital concern for everyone. Water heritage is everywhere.

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ICOMOS Members Bring Cultural Heritage Messages to COP26

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ICOMOS Webinar Series | Caring For Country: Webinar 3: "Burning Country"

CaringforCountryBurningCountryJoin us for the third Webinar in the Caring For Country Webinar Series on 13 October 2021 at 12.00 noon AEDT.

Webinar 3: Burning Country: Aboriginal Fire Practice in caring for Country
Indigenous fire practice is a key aspect of caring for country and very important to maintaining cultural connections to place. In the face of climate change and other threats, caring for country practices, including fire practice, contain answers to the healing of damaged landscapes and managing climate change impacts. Through community engagement and empowerment, burning country can also provide communities with economic opportunities.

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