ICOMOS is publishing a new version of the "European Quality Principles for EU-funded Interventions with potential impact upon Cultural Heritage". This new version has been updated based on the feedback from partners and stakeholders. This document provides guidance on quality principles for stakeholders engaged in EU-funded interventions that could impact cultural heritage, mainly built heritage and cultural landscapes.
ICOMOS is pleased to share the document European Quality Principles for EU-funded Interventions with Potential Impact upon Cultural Heritage, available for download here and at http://openarchive.icomos.org/2083/
(A new version of this document, dated November 2020, revised and augmented, is available at: http://openarchive.icomos.org/id/eprint/2436)
This document stems from the work of an expert group assembled by the ICOMOS, under the mandate of the European Commission and in the framework of the flagship EU Initiative of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, “Cherishing heritage: developing quality standards for EU-funded projects that have the potential to impact on cultural heritage”.
Call for Comments on 'Cherishing heritage. Quality principles for interventions on cultural heritage'
The conference "Cherishing heritage. Quality principles for interventions on cultural heritage", organised by the European Commission in cooperation with ICOMOS, was held in Venice, Italy on 22-23 November 2018.
Last 23 April 2018, the Cultural Diplomacy Platform organised a Forum entitled “European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018: International Perspectives” in Brussels. It was an opportunity to look at the international perspectives of the main themes of European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH). Cultural heritage professionals from outside Europe were invited to exchange and share experiences with European experts, cultural operators and EU policy makers. The Forum was attended by 250 participants and was widely relayed on social media.
ICOMOS Europe Group releases Symposium proceedings on Neighborhood conflicts and neighborhoods co-operations in Europe
This e-publication contains the proceedings of the Scientific symposium that was held on the occasion of the annual meeting of the ICOMOS Europe Group (Berlin, 3–6 June 2017). The report presents neighborhood conflicts and co-operations in Europe with 15 examples of shared War Heritage (from boundary stones to the Green belt and the Iron curtain) and trans-boundary cooperation projects in many fields such as comparative studies, monument restructuring, and conservation of rural and biological areas. It also includes a section about the creation of a European Heritage label Network to commemorate the European history heritage.