CHARTER Alliance Publishes its First Result and Presents a New Model for the Cultural Heritage Sector

CHARTER Report 2.1 pictureThe European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance CHARTER, Erasmus+ funded project,
released its first public deliverable: “A New Landscape for Heritage Professions –
Preliminary Findings” by Working Package 2 (Strategic analysis of cultural heritage
competences and occupational profiles). The report summarises the work and
preliminary findings that the WP2 has developed over the past six months.

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UCLG and ICOMOS sign an MoU to promote the role of culture and heritage in sustainable development

WhatsApp Image 2021 09 09 at 11.28.04Emilia Saiz, Secretary General of UCLG, and Zeynep Gül Ünal, Vice President of ICOMOS have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 9th September, on behalf of President of UCLG Mohamed Boudra and President of ICOMOS Teresa Patricio in the framework of the fourth UCLG Culture Summit which has taken place in the city of Izmir, in Turkey, after the session “Local Governments and Cultural Heritage”.


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ICOMOS Webinar Series | Caring For Country: Webinar 2: Climate Change Adaptation for Aboriginal Cultural Heritage

Poster Caring for Country Webinar 2The second Webinar in the Caring For Country Webinar Series is on 8 September 2021. This Webinar Series has been organized by the Caring For Country Committee, a Working Group of Australia ICOMOS, with members from Australia ICOMOS, ICOMOS New Zealand, ICOMOS Pasifika and Non-ICOMOS members from Oceania.

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