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Becoming World Heritage 50 years on: the role of rights and communities

In the fiftieth anniversary year of the World Heritage Convention, the ICOMOS Our Common Dignity Rights-Based Approaches Working Group seeks to examine and promote the role of communities and build awareness of rights issues in World Heritage.

This Heritage Thursday webinar will shed light on challenges and opportunities for communities in the implementation of the World Heritage Convention, from an established World Heritage property (Tongariro National Park, New Zealand), a recently nominated World Heritage property (Okavango Delta, Botswana), and from a site that is currently preparing a World Heritage nomination (Central Victorian Goldfields, Australia).

Representatives from the three Advisory Bodies to the World Heritage Convention will reflect on the main themes discussed and consider future issues and opportunities for rights and communities in World Heritage.

30 June 2022
12:00 – 13:45 (CET)

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Descubriendo el National Park Service

The cycle of webinars aims to reflect on the management model of the National Park Service and to show the management strategies developed in three national parks closely related to the Spanish presence in the current United States of America: the Castillo de San Marcos, El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro and Padre Island National Seashore.

Session 2: El Castillo de San Marcos y la preservación del legado colonial español
25 May 2022
17:30 (CET)

Session 3: El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro: arrojando luz sobre la gestión de un patrimonio compartido
28 September 2022
17:30 (CET)

Session 4: Gestionar el registro arqueológico español: los naufragios en Padre Island National Seashore
30 November 2022
17:30 (CET)


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