ICCROM Annual Report 2016, Issue 42

September 15, 2017

Annual Report 2016

On the cover: Tomb sculptures erected by King Antiochus I on Mount Nemrut, Turkey, showing effects of seismic activity. © REZA / Webistan, 1999


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Contents

OVERVIEW

ICCROM past, present and future

Message from the Director-General

OUR WORK

Training

Knowledge

Cooperation

Public Information and Advocacy

GOVERNANCE AND PARTNERSHIPS

Themes on the Horizon

Funding ICCROM’s Programmes

Partnerships

2016 Highlights

SPECIAL FEATURES

In dialogue with our host country

Common cultural traditions link disparate regions

ICCROM-ATHAR delivering in times of crisis

Interview with Hassan Aideed, Hadhramaut, Yemen

Suakin: Revitalizing and restoring a historic town

ACTIVITIES IN FOCUS

Heritage Impact Assessment

ICCROM in service to the World Heritage Convention

TABLES

Programme and Budget Implementation

Direct Cash Contributions from ICCROM Member States

Direct Cash Contributions from Other Donors

Biennium 2016-2017 – Income and Expenditure in 2016

2016 Course List


ICCROM Newsletter 41 / Annual Report

November 11, 2015

English cover of the 2015 edition of the ICCROM Newsletter/Annual ReportOn the cover: Nepalese army clearing debris near the damaged Malla tower (Shikara Anantapura) on Swayambhu Hill, part of the Kathmandu Valley World Heritage complex. Following the April 2015 earthquake, ICCROM and partners organized field-based training which led to the stabilization of this shrine. Image: Tapash Paul/Drik


Contents

  • Director-General’s Message
  • Results-Oriented Target Indicators
  • Disaster and Risk Management
  • Integrating Material Science and Technology with Conservation
  • World Heritage
  • Promoting People-Centred Approaches to Conservation: Living Heritage
  • Building Regional Collaboration
  • Interns and Fellows
  • Knowledge and Communication
  • ICCROM News
  • Financial Information

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ICCROM Newsletter 40 / Annual Report

February 18, 2015

English cover of the 2014 edition of the ICCROM Newsletter/Annual ReportOn the cover: A mural made from recycled material is seen in Damascus, Syria. According to Guinness World Records, the artistic work set a world record as the largest mural from recycled material measuring 720 meters square. It was created by Moaffak Makhoul and his team, the goal being to bring color and happiness to people during these difficult times. Photo courtesy of ANSA/EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI.


Contents

  • Director-General’s Message
  • Results-Oriented Target Indicators
  • Disaster and Risk Management
  • Integrating Material Science and Technology with Conservation
  • World Heritage
  • Promoting People-Centred Approaches to Conservation: Living Heritage
  • Building Regional Collaboration
  • Interns and Fellows
  • Knowledge and Communication
  • ICCROM News
  • Financial Information

Download ICCROM Newsletter 40 / Annual Report

Download our previous newsletters