Partenaires de ICCROM

Aujourd’hui, l’ICCROM collabore avec 222 partenaires financiers, opérationnels et d’actions de mobilisation pour s’assurer de la réalisation des objectifs des États membres en matière de conservation du patrimoine culturel. L’ICCROM continue de privilégier ses relations avec ses partenaires et le renforcement de la collaboration stratégique et opérationnelle au plan mondial, régional et national. Le vaste réseau de partenariats de l’organisation a pour principal objectif d’obtenir de meilleurs résultats pour les institutions et les professionnels du patrimoine culturel en conjuguant et en exploitant des ressources complémentaires et en collaborant dans la transparence, le respect, au bénéfice de tous. Ces partenariats étayent l’engagement de l’ICCROM dans les forums et processus relatifs à la conservation du patrimoine culturel, où une compréhension réciproque et de solides alliances contribuent à la hiérarchisation des objectifs du patrimoine culturel.

Le programme de développement durable à l’horizon 2030 constitue une référence primordiale pour les programmes et les engagements futurs avec les États membres de l’ICCROM. En concrétisant les objectifs du programme, l’ICCROM renforcera l’intégration, les partenariats et développera des programmes innovants dans le secteur du patrimoine. Les contributions de l’ICCROM sont en voie d’être reliées aux objectifs de développement durable 2030 dans le secteur.

L’ICCROM remercie tous ses partenaires actifs en 2016. Votre confiance et votre concours ont permis la réalisation des résultats.

Accords de partenariat stratégiques

  1. AHRC/EPSRC Science and Heritage Programme, United Kingdom
  2. AIA – Academic Initiatives Abroad, United States
  3. AIAC – International Association for Classical Archaeology, Italy
  4. AISAR – International Archive on the Historical and Contemporary Practice of Restoration – For Cesare Brandi, Italy
  5. American University of Rome, United States
  6. ANSA – National Associated Press Agency, Italy
  7. ARC-WH – Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage
  8. ARPC – National Agency for the Management of Major Cultural Projects, Algeria
  9. Ars Civilis Foundation, Spain
  10. ARS Progetti: Environment, Resources and Development, Italy
  11. Athabasca University, Canada
  12. Bavarian Government represented by the University of Regensburg, Germany
  13. Bocconi University, ASK (Art Science and Knowledge), Italy
  14. BUA – Bern University of the Arts, Research Unit Materiality in Art and Culture, Switzerland
  15. BUNKA-CHO – Agency for Cultural Affairs, Japan
  16. C2RMF – Centre for Research and Restoration of the Museums of France, France
  17. Casa K’ojom, Guatemala
  18. CCI – Canadian Conservation Institute, Canada
  19. Central Bank of Ecuador, Ecuador
  20. CHA – Cultural Heritage Administration, Korea
  21. CHIN – Canadian Heritage Information Network, Canada
  22. Encounter with Civilizations Association (Associazione Incontro di Civilità), Italy
  23. CNR – National Research Council, Italy
  24. Council of Europe
  25. Domodry Srl – Italy
  26. C.C.O. – European Confederation of Conservator-Restorers’ Organizations A.I.S.B.L.
  27. Bi.Soft, Italy
  28. Fayoum University, Egypt
  29. Federal State Budget Cultural Institution « Kizhi State Open Air Museum of History, Architecture and Ethnography », Russia
  30. Federculture, Italy
  31. FICLU – Italian Federation of UNESCO Clubs and Centres, Italy
  32. Fraunhofer IBP – Institute for Building Physics, Germany
  33. Fraunhofer, Technical University of Munich, Germany
  34. FTC/UNL – Faculty of Sciences and Technology, Portugal
  35. Getty Conservation Institute – Getty Trust, United States
  36. Getty Foundation, United States
  37. GHF – Global Heritage Fund, United States
  38. Government of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
  39. Government of the United Arab Emirates
  40. Government of the United States of America
  41. IAA – Israel Antiquities Authority, Israel
  42. IA-TSU Tbilisi Institute of Archaeology, Georgia
  43. IBAM – CNR – Institute of Archaeological Heritage – Monuments and Sites, Italy
  44. ICCM – International Committee for the Conservation of Mosaics
  45. ICHTO – The Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, Iran
  46. ICOM – International Council of Museums
  47. ICOM-CC – International Conservation Committee of the International Council of Museums
  48. ICOMOS – ICORP
  49. ICOMOS – International Council on Monuments and Sites
  50. ICOMOS Italy
  51. ICVBC-CNR – Institute for the Conservation and Valorization of Cultural Heritage, Italy
  52. IIC – International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works
  53. IILA – Italo-Latin American Institute, Italy
  54. Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, France
  55. Inter-American Development Bank, United States
  56. IRCICA – Research Centre for Islamic History, Art and Culture, United Arab Emirates
  57. ISCR – Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione e il Restauro, Italy
  58. ISESCO – Islamic Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
  59. Italian Chemical Society
  60. Italian Geographical Society, Italy
  61. IUCN – International Union for Conservation of Nature and National Resources
  62. IULM – Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione, Italy
  63. KIK-IRPA – Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage, Belgium
  64. KLD – Ministry of Climate and Environment, Norway
  65. Lazio Region, Italy
  66. MIBACT – Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism, Directorate General for Archives, Italy
  67. MIBACT – Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism, Italy
  68. Ministry of Culture and Communication, General Directorate for Heritage, France
  69. Ministry of Public Works, United Arab Emirates
  70. MNAC – National Museum of Catalan Art, Spain
  71. National Council for Tourism and Antiquities of the United Arab States
  72. National Heritage Board of Poland
  73. NCTA – The National Council for Tourism and Antiquities, United Arab Emirates
  74. THU – National Heritage Center of Tsinghua University, China
  75. OFC – Swiss Federal Office of Culture, Switzerland
  76. OWHC – Organization of World Heritage Cities
  77. Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy
  78. RAÄ – National Heritage Board, Sweden
  79. RCE – Cultural Heritage Agency, Netherlands
  80. R-DMUCH Institute of Disaster Risk Mitigation for Urban Conservation Cultural Heritage – Ritsumeikan University, Japan
  81. Regional Centre for the Planning and Restoration of Cultural Heritage – Sicily Region, Italy
  82. Roma Tre – Università degli Studi, Italy
  83. Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation, Italy
  84. Russian State Scientific and Research Institute of Cultural and Natural Heritage named after D.S. Likhachev, Russia
  85. SACH – State Administration of Cultural Heritage, China
  86. SAPES – Special Superintendence for Pompei, Italy
  87. SEAMEO-SPAFA -Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts, Thailand
  88. Smithsonian Institution, United States
  89. The Carabinieri Command for the Protection of Cultural Property, Italy
  90. TOBUNKEN – Independent Administrative Institution National Institutes for Cultural Heritage Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Japan
  91. TUM – Technical University of Munich, Bavaria, Germany
  92. UCL Qatar – University College London Qatar
  93. UIA – International Union of Architects
  94. UNB – Université nNationale du Bénin
  95. UNESCO – Iraq Office
  96. UNESCO – The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  97. UNESCO – World Heritage Centre
  98. UNIDROIT – The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law
  99. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais-CECOR, Brazil
  100. Università degli Studi della Tuscia, Italy
  101. Università degli Studi di Catania, Italy
  102. Universitàá degli Studi di Padova, Italy
  103. Università degli Studi di Roma « Tor Vergata » – V Divisione – II Rip. – Sett. II – Stage, Italy
  104. Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza – Research centre for sciences applied to protection of environment and cultural heritage, Italy
  105. Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, Italy
  106. Università degli Studi di Urbino « Carlo Bo », Italy
  107. Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Italy
  108. University of British Columbia, School of Library Archives and Information Studies, Canada
  109. University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia
  110. University of Tsukuba, World Heritage Studies and the Certificate Programme on Nature Conservation, Japan
  111. UOS – The University of Sharjah
  112. US Department of State, United States
  113. Welfare Association, United Kingdom
  114. WHITR-AP – World Heritage Institute of Training and Research for the Asia and the Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO, Shanghai Centre, China
  115. YOCOCU – Youth in Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Italy

Autres partenaires

  1. AATA – Art and Archaeology Technical Abstracts of the Getty Conservation Institute, United States
  2. ACCU – Asia-Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO
  3. ALCOM
  4. ALECSO – Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization
  5. American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
  6. ArlC – Arabic Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Work
  7. Association of Nova Scotia Museums, Canada
  8. Austrian Historical Institute in Rome, Austria
  9. AWHF – African World Heritage Fund
  10. Belgian Academy in Rome, Belgium
  11. Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt
  12. Bibliotheca Hertziana in Rome, Germany
  13. BSR – British School at Rome, United Kingdom
  14. CACH – China Academy of Cultural Heritage, China
  15. CCI – Canadian Conservation Institute Library, Canada
  16. CHIN – Canadian Heritage Information Network, Canada
  17. CHwB – Cultural Heritage without Borders, Albania
  18. City Government of Vigan, Philippines
  19. City Palace Museum – Rajasthan, India
  20. CNCPC-INAH – National Coordination of the Conservation of Cultural Heritage, National Institute of Anthropology and History, Mexico
  21. Congressional Cemetery, United States
  22. DAI – German Archaeological Institute in Rome, Germany
  23. Danish Academy in Rome, Denmark
  24. DC Fire Department, United States
  25. Department of Canadian Heritage – Museum of Assistance Programme, Canada
  26. Diadrasis, Greece
  27. District Administration Bagan, Myanmar
  28. Dubai Municipality, United Arab Emirates
  29. École française de Rome, France
  30. École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Grenoble, France
  31. EHRF – Egyptian Heritage Rescue Foundation, Egypt
  32. European Union
  33. Geological Agency, Indonesia
  34. Geological Museum, Indonesia
  35. German Historical Institute in Rome, Germany
  36. Getty Conservation Institute Information Center, United States
  37. Government of Assam – Department of Cultural Affairs, India
  38. Government of Italy
  39. Government of Sudan
  40. Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
  41. Government of the State of Kuwait
  42. Government of the United Arab Emirates
  43. Government of Tunisia
  44. Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports, Greece
  45. Heritage Foundation of Pakistan
  46. ICN – Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Netherlands
  47. ICOMOS Nepal
  48. IGNCA – Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, India
  49. INP – Institut National du Patrimoine, France
  50. INP – National Heritage Institute, Tunisia
  51. Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum, Italy
  52. INTERPOL
  53. Ixchel Museum of Indigenous Textiles and Clothing, Guatemala
  54. KNIR – Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome, Netherlands
  55. LAC – Library and Archives Canada, Canada
  56. Luce Center (Smithsonian American Art Museum), United States
  57. Ministry of Culture – Department of Antiquities, Iraq
  58. Ministry of Culture – Directorate General for Antiquities and Museums (DGAM), Syria
  59. Ministry of Culture and Civil Society, Department of Antiquities, Libya
  60. Ministry of Culture and Sports, Guatemala
  61. Ministry of Culture, Algeria
  62. Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Department of Archaeology, Nepal
  63. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia
  64. Ministry of Environment, Albania
  65. Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture, Department of Archaeology and National Museums, Myanmar
  66. Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities – Department of Antiquities, Jordan
  67. Museum of Folk Art, Greece
  68. Museum of the Archaeological Site of Kerameikos, Greece
  69. Museum of Zabana, Algeria
  70. Museum Support Center, United States
  71. National Archives, United States
  72. National Coast Guard, United States
  73. National Corporation for Antiquities and Museums, Sudan
  74. National Museum of Nepal
  75. NCTA – National Council for Tourism and Antiquities, United Arab Emirates
  76. NPS – National Park Service, United States
  77. NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
  78. Penn Cultural Heritage Center, United States
  79. Polish Academy of Sciences, Library and Research Center in Rome, Poland
  80. Pontifical Institute of Christian Archaeology, Italy
  81. Prince Claus Fund, Cultural Emergency Response Programme (CER), Netherlands
  82. Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar, Tanzania
  83. RIGG – Roman Institute of the Görres Society, Germany
  84. Riksantikvaren – The Directorate for Cultural Heritage, Norway
  85. Royal Museums of Art and History, Belgium
  86. Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning & Design Institute, China
  87. Sharjah Institute for Heritage, United Arab Emirates
  88. Sharjah Museums Department, United Arab Emirates
  89. Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, United States
  90. Stone Town Conservation and Development Authority, Tanzania
  91. Summer Palace, China
  92. Swedish Institute in Rome, Sweden
  93. Tongji University, China
  94. Toyota Foundations, Japan
  95. UNESCO – Bangkok Office
  96. UNESCO – Doha Office
  97. UNESCO – Kathmandu Office
  98. UNESCO – Myanmar Office
  99. UNESCO – Netherlands Office
  100. United States Embassy to Libya resident in Tunisia, United States
  101. United States Embassy to Ukraine Alumni programme
  102. University of Regensburg, Germany
  103. University of Tongji – Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning and Design Institute, China
  104. University of Tsinghua, China
  105. UNSUN – United States Mission to the UN Agencies in Rome, United States
  106. Villa D’Este, Italy
  107. World Bank

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