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ICOMOS ISCCL (Cultural Landscapes): Annual meeting

 ISCCL 2020 Annual Meeting
Organizers: ISCCL; National Scientific Committee (NSC) on Cultural Landscapes and Cultural Routes (Australia)
What? Two-day event comprising one-day business meeting and workshops; and one-day field visits. Open to all ISCCL members and Australian NSC members.
When? 3-4 October 2020 (as part of the ICOMOS 2020 General Assembly and Scientific Symposium – GA2020)
Official contacts: Steve Brown (Australia) <steveb.heritage[at]>; Nupur Prothi (ISCCL General Secretary) <nupurprothi[at]>
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ICOMOS ISC CIIC (Cultural Routes): Annual Meeting: Living the Cultural Routes

The sense of heritage todayentails the idea of transversality and transmission to the new generations. Forthis reason, the CIIC has considered that on this occasion and after havingcelebrated twenty-five years of uninterrupted work, the Scientific Meetingcorresponding to the year 2020 is named “Living the CulturalRoutes” and will be held in the Mexican State of Chihuahua that is theend point of the nomination as World Heritage of “El Camino Real de TierraAdentro”. The CIIC will open its doors to professionals and emergingprofessionals around the world, in order to show the significance andimportance of this category of heritage considering topics such as:Interpretation, conservation and revaluation of Cultural Routes, Cultural andTerritory Routes, Shared Heritage in Cultural Routes and Historical Roads.

Lesens du patrimoine implique aujourd’hui l’idée de transversalité et detransmission aux nouvelles générations. Pour cette raison, le CIIC a considéréqu’à cette occasion et après avoir célébré vingt-cinq ans de travailininterrompu, la réunion scientifique correspondant à l’année 2020 s’intitule «Vivre les itinéraires culturels » et se tiendra dans l’État Mexicain deChihuahua qui est le point final de la nomination au Patrimoine du Monde de « ElCamino Real de Tierra Adentro ». Le CIIC ouvrira ses portes auxprofessionnels et aux professionnels émergents du monde entier, afin de montrerl’importance de cette catégorie de patrimoine en tenant compte de sujets telsque: Interprétation, conservation et réévaluation des Itinéraires culturels, itinérairesculturels et territoire, patrimoine partagé dans les itinéraires culturels etles chemins historiques.

Elsentido del patrimonio en la actualidad, conlleva la idea de transversalidad ytransmisión a las nuevas generaciones. Por ello, el CIIC ha considerado que enesta ocasión y luego de haber celebrado veinticinco años de trabajoininterrumpido, el Encuentro Científico correspondiente al año 2020 lleva pornombre “Viviendo los Itinerarios Culturales” y  se realizará en elEstado Mexicano de Chihuahua que es punto terminal de la nominación comoPatrimonio del Mundo de “El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro”. El CIICabrirá sus puertas a profesionales y profesionales emergentes en todo el mundo,con la finalidad de mostrar el significado e importancia que reviste estacategoría de patrimonio considerando temas como:  Interpretación,conservación y revaloración de los Itinerarios Culturales, ItinerariosCulturales y Territorio,  El patrimonio compartido en los ItinerariosCulturales y los Caminos Históricos

Contact: MA. Anaelí Chavira-Cossio,

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ICOMOS NC Israël : The 7th International Architectural Finishes Research Conference

The 7th international AFR Conference will take place at the Azrieli School of Architecture at The David and Yolanda Katz Department of the Arts, Tel Aviv University, October 2020. Previous conferences have defined research into architectural finishes as Architectural Paint Research (APR). We believe it is time to expand the definition of our research to include all architectural finishes. The current conference we will be addressing it as Architectural Finishes Research (AFR). As Always, The conference will be hosting a number of sessions, as well as a day of tours and a gala reception.
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COP25 Side Event: Climate Heritage : Mobilizing the culture and heritage sectors for climate action

Cultural Heritage offers immense and virtually untapped potential to drive climate action and support just transitions by communities towards low carbon, resilient futures. Learn how the sector is meeting the challenge, including via the new Climate Heritage Network and the EC’s European Workplan for Culture, which for the first time contains a climate change cluster. Co-organised by Climate Heritage Network, Europa Nostra, International National Trusts Organisation (INTO), Fundem, Historic Environment Scotland, An Taisce, The National Trust for Ireland, ICOMOS Location: Helsinki Room, EU Pavilion (Pavilion 8), Blue Zone, Feria de Madrid (IFEMA)
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