The Heritage@Risk program was endorsed by ICOMOS members at the General Assembly in Mexico in 1999. The aim of these reports is to identify threatened heritage places, monuments and sites, present typical case studies and trends, and share suggestions for solving individual or global threats to our cultural heritage.
Each year an invitation is made to all ICOMOS National Committees, International Scientific Committees and ICOMOS' world-wide professional network, to provide short reports outlining risks in their country or area of expertise including case studies.
Excepting the "Underwater special edition 2006", hard copies of these publications are free, limited to stock availability. Only postal fees are at your charge. To order hard copies, please send an e-mail to documentation[at]icomos.org -
ICOMOS World Reports on Monuments and Sites in Danger
- World Report 2014-2015
- World Report 2011/2013
Heritage at Risk Special Editions
- Heritage at Risk - Special Edition 2007: "Cultural heritage and natural disasters: Risk preparedness and the limits of prevention / Kulturerbe und Naturkatastrophen: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Prävention
- Heritage at Risk - Special Edition 2006: The Soviet Heritage and European Modernism.
- Heritage at Risk - Special Edition 2006: Underwater cultural heritage at risk: managing natural and human impacts
Heritage at Risk Special Reports
- Tohoku Pacific Earthquake on 11 March 2011 - Reports by ICOMOS Japan
- Earthquake in Haiti (January 2010)
- Heritage at Risk: “Heritage Under Water at Risk: Threats, Challenges and Solutions" by ICOMOS International Committee on the Underwater Cultural Heritage (ICUCH)