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CIVVIH Sub-committee for Central and Eastern Europe: Conference “Reconstruction and Recovery of Towns after war damage in the different parts of the world. Theory, methodology, practice”

The CIVVIH Sub-committee for Central and Eastern Europe is delighted to announce that its 2019 conference “Reconstruction and Recovery of Towns after war damage in the different parts of the world. Theory, methodology, practice” will take place from 23-27 September 2019 at Malbork Castle (WH), Poland. See flyer attached for more information. You can contact Danuta Klosek-Kozlowska at this address: danuta.klosekkozlowska@gmail.com
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ICOMOS NC Oman: International workshop of the Practical Application of the Salalah Guidelines for the Management of Public Archeological Sites

The International workshop of the Practical Application of the Salalah Guidelines for the Management of Public Archeological Sites, in Nizwa on September 16 – 19. 2019, hosted by Sultanate of Oman, The Office of the Adviser to His Majesty the Sultan for cultural affairs and ICOMOS-Oman, in collaboration with UNESCO World Heritage Centre and ICOMOS.
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ICOMOS South-East Europe Regional meeting

To follow up on the ICOMOS South East Europe Regional meeting held in 2013, and following a visit of our President Toshiyuki Kono to Montenegro, we have been working together with the Ministry of Culture in Montenegro, the new group of colleagues working on setting up the new ICOMOS Montenegro as well as ICOMOS Austria – on the possibility to organise a ICOMOS South-East Europe regional meeting this year. For more information: secretariat[at]icomos.org
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ICOMOS ISC ICOFORT (Fortification and military heritage): Symposium on the “Conservation of Historic War & Fortification Monuments and Sites”

ICOFORT, ICOMOS China and Shenyang Jianzhu University will hold ICOFORT Symposium on the “Conservation of Historic War & Fortification Monuments and Sites” in Shenyang from September 27 to 28, 2019. For more information : Website : http://jz.sjzu.edu.cn/info/1069/2106.htm Email: SYICOFORT@sjzu.edu.cn
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ICOMOS ISC ICAHM (Archeaological Management): Conference “Archaeological Heritage and World Heritage Sites: Towards the Sustainable Management of Landscapes”

Conference themes:
1.    Indigenous Archaeologies in Latin America: Archaeologists, Archaeology and Indigenous Peoples
2.    The role of States, communities and experts in the conservation and management of the cultural and archaeological heritage of the Andean peoples of northern Chile
3.    Processes of plundering and restitution of archaeological and anthropological collections
4.    Public Archaeology and First Peoples (Indigenous) Communities
5.    Competing Values: Bioethics in Practice within Archaeological and Anthropological Research

We also offer a pre-conference program including:
•    2-day site visit to The Nitrate plants of Humberstone and Santa Laura, WHS, the Geoglyphs of Pintados and Tiliviche
•    1-day excursions to: Qhapaq Nan segment, World Heritage Site, in Socoroma and the Valley of Lluta; Chinchorro sites in Camarones Valle; and the Archaeological sites and Museum in Azapa Valley
•    Pre-conference International Seminar “Conservation and sustainable development of the archaeological heritage at the World Heritage Sites of Chile”

Please find attached the Call for Papers. Abstracts may be submitted in English or Spanish.

Important conference dates:
Abstract submission deadline: 6 May
Acceptance of papers and posters: 15 May
Early Bird registration deadline: 30 June
Registration deadline for presenting authors: 1 July
Pre-conference tour booking deadline: 1 July
Post-conference tour booking deadline: 15 July

Registration Deadline: 1 November


Contact: conference[at]icahm.icomos.org

For more information about the conference program, registration, conference tours and traveling to Arica, please visit our conference website: http://icahm.icomos.org/2019-icahm-annual-meeting-chile/
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ICOMOS NC Estonia: Heritage and Rights training course and seminar


ICOMOS Estonia, Estonian Academy of Arts and University of Tartu, ICOMOS Norway and The Norwegian Centre of Human Rights, University of Oslo, in cooperation with Environmental Board and Heritage Board of Estonia

Heritage and Rights training course and seminar: cooperation between state, community and individual in the governance and management of heritage to empower communities, the sustainable development goals.
Target group: representatives of the heritage communities, owners, public authorities, experts, students of Nordic and Baltic countries, ICOMOS “Common Dignity” working group members, invited guests.


„OUR COMMON DIGNITY“ public seminars:
May 2th  “Heritage and rights”. Theoretical questions of Community-Based Heritage protection and Rights-based approaches. In Estonian Academy of Arts main building.
May 5th “Empowerment of heritage communities”. Challenges of cooperation between state, community and individuals in the governance and management of heritage. In Lahemaa National Park Centre, Palmse Manor complex.

“OUR COMMON DIGNITY” training course:
May 2-5th Our common dignity – heritage and rights training course. How to apply human rights-based approaches (HRBA) to cultural heritage management to balance the rights and duties of the owners and the communities. In various places in Tallinn and Lahemaa National Park.
May 1 and May 6 Field trips to Tallinn and Lahemaa National Park Heritage communities. Practical cases.
May 1 ICOMOS “Our common Dignity” working group meeting, preparation RB approach guidelines. ICOMOS International, invited experts.

Training is targeted to the participants from Nordic and Baltic countries. Please register Your participation here: https://goo.gl/forms/639ibbGHMj9G8Mui2
Other interested please contact riin.alatalu@gmail.com.


For all information, see leaflet attached.
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ICOMOS ISC SBH (Shared built heritage): Study Trip

The next project will be a Study Tour with meetings and workshops in Maroc in connection with the Annual General Assembly in Marrakesch 12-20 Oct. 2019. After a thorough consultation of the National Committee of ICOMOS Marroco, two of our members who have worked in the region, Dr. Ai Tee Goh (ICOMOS Malaysia) and Dr. Romeo Carabelli (ICOMOS France and Italy) kindly agreed to organize a study trip on “Shared Built Heritage Management” with many encounters between local colleagues and stakeholders along with ICOMOS Marroco. Encounters and discussions are requested from NGOs, Associations, Journalists, Urban Planning Offices, Heritage Consultants, Universities and ICOMOS colleagues. The tour will start in Marrakesh and ends in Mellila, from where one could catch a flight to Malaga or Madrid, Spain, to Marrakesh or Fes, or a Ferry to Malaga, Spain. Transportation in the country will be with public transportation (Busses, Train and High Speed Train, Cars) In order to make it possible for you to reserve the time and to promote a rich participation, we present you a draft for the study trip. So far, in addition to the two organizers, 6 colleagues have already expressed their interest. A total of 20 person would be fine. Immediately after the conclusion of the Annual General Assembly the tour will start on Oct.20th and will end on Oct.31st2019. See newsletter attached for more information (page 3 to 6). Contact : Prof. Dr. Siegfried RCT Enders, ICOMOS SBH President rct.enders@t-online.de
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