Joint statement by ICOMOS, ICOM and E.C.C.O on the plan to ban lead

                                                               The European Chemicals Agency's (ECHA) plan to include lead in the list of substances subject to authorisation (appendix XIV of the REACH Regulation) would have a major impact on a substantial part of the cultural heritage sector – and in particular on the art of stained glass and the restoration of Europe’s vast heritage of historic medieval to modern stained glass. Read the joint statement by ICOMOS, ICOM, E.C.C.O., ICOMOS-Corpus Vitrearum et ICOM-Glass.

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Our Invited Experts to the ICOMOS Board

logo cartouche pms.2The Statutes of ICOMOS allow the Board to invite experts to attend the meetings of the Board in a non-voting advisory capacity, in line with the agenda (Article 10 a.).

In order to achieve a more balanced representation of all regions of the world within the Board, and in particular in order to benefit from their expertise on heritage and professionals in the Middle East and in Africa, the Board has invited Dana Firas (ICOMOS Jordan), Jeanine Abdul Massih (ICOMOS Lebanon) and Chilangwa Chaiwa (Zambia) to join it until the next Triennial General Assembly in 2023 as invited experts.

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