Lake Ohrid Communities to Inspire Heritage Practitioners in South-East Europe

October 6, 2016

People-Centred Approaches to the Conservation of Culture and Nature (PCA16) course opens in Tirana, Albania

PCA CourseAlbania’s Ministry of Culture welcomed 20 participants from seven southeast Europe countries who are meeting for the first time to discuss how communities are contributing to heritage – and how they can benefit from it. This marked the opening session of the second People-Centred Approaches course organized by ICCROM.

This short course is primarily aimed at heritage practitioners, providing them with the necessary knowledge and tools to work more effectively with stakeholder communities. Engaging communities in conservation and management processes is intended to strengthen their ability to participate meaningfully in the process of making decisions for themselves and their heritage. Continue reading…


New Intern: Daiana Ioana Cotoara

September 2, 2014

IDaiana Ioana-CotoaraCCROM welcomes Daiana Ioana Cotoara, Romanian-Italian nationality. Daiana graduated in Political Science, is holder of a Master of Management of Artistic and Cultural Resources from the IULM University in Milan, and is currently enrolled in a Master of Political Science at the LUISS University in Rome.  Her experience at the State Tactile Museum in Ancona (Italy) allowed Daiana to come into contact with the reality of museum management, focusing on a benchmark analysis for museums, events, and activities related to accessibility requirements both in Italy and around the world.

During her internship at ICCROM, Daiana will assist in the analysis and development of a fundraising plan for ICCROM.

Member States represented: Romania and Italy