Committees and members planning to submit a draft resolution to the 20th General Assembly in Sydney are invited to take into account the following four articles of the Rules of Procedure, which refer to the early submission and processing of resolutions.
Honorary membership shall be conferred by the General Assembly of ICOMOS, on the proposal of a National or International Scientific Committee, on individuals, members or not of ICOMOS, who have given distinguished services at the international level to the conservation of cultural heritage. Honorary Members are not subject to membership dues (Article 5-a-4 and 6-b of the ICOMOS Statutes).
The Piero Gazzola Prize was established in 1979 in memory of ICOMOS’ founding President and is the highest distinction awarded by ICOMOS. The Prize is awarded every three years during the ICOMOS General Assembly to an individual or a group of people who have worked together and contributed with distinction to the aims and objectives of ICOMOS.
In accordance with the ICOMOS Statutes, the 20th General Assembly will elect the following members of the Board by secret ballot for a term of three years (2020-2023): a President, a Secretary General, a Treasurer, five Vice Presidents and twelve Board members. As the Board will be elected first, candidates for the Bureau are required to indicate whether if elected they intend to stand for the Bureau. According to Article 6-e of the ICOMOS Statutes only individual members shall be eligible for office within ICOMOS.
"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.