ICOMOS Latvia, in cooperation with the Faculty of History and Philosophy of the University of Latvia and the ICOMOS working group Our Common Dignity - Rights-based Approaches (OCB-RBA) held on 30 October 2020 an international online scientific conference “The importance of human rights in the heritage management: values, rights and heritage among the stakeholders’ interests”. The aim of the conference was to draw attention to the importance of human rights in the management of cultural heritage, as well as to look at Latvia's experience with issues connected to cultural heritage and stakeholders.
20th ICOMOS General Assembly - final voting platform: Result of the election of the 5 Vice Presidents
Dear ICOMOS Members,
As you know, following the first two rounds of the elections at the 20th ICOMOS General Assembly, the following four Vice Presidents had been elected:
20th ICOMOS General Assembly: Results of votes for the election of the President, Secretary General and Treasurer, and for the Resolutions
Dear ICOMOS Members,
We are pleased to inform you of the results in the second round of voting for the elections at the 20th ICOMOS General Assembly - election of the President, Secretary General and Treasurer, the approval of accounts and the Resolutions from agenda items 6-3 to 6-7.
We are pleased to inform you of the result in the first round of voting for the elections at the 20th ICOMOS General Assembly – the election of the 20 ICOMOS Board members.
ICOMOS and the ISC20C, in collaboration with Pier Luigi Nervi Project Association, has released an International Heritage Alert regarding the Stadio Artemio Franchi (1929-32) by Pier Luigi Nervi, Florence, Italy.
The Heritage Alert is in reaction to the announcement on November 16, 2020, that the Fiorentina Football Club, with the support of the Municipality of Florence, has requested authorization from the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage to demolish in whole or in part the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
ICOMOS is proud to be a part of a global team which today is launching a new project to support climate action in Africa through cultural heritage. The project, which is led by institutions in Africa and the United Kingdom, will pilot application in Africa of the Climate Vulnerability Index for World Heritage properties (the CVI-Africa project).
- ICOMOS, ICA, IFLA and ICOM statement on the situation of cultural heritage in the Nagorno Karabakh region
- Follow ICOMOS Canada's Webinar Discussions on Indigenous World Heritage
- ICOMOS participates in the first meeting for the ministers of culture at the G20 Summit
- ICOMOS Australia instigates a stamp issue featuring australian WH properties