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Visit from US Mission to the United Nations Agencies in Rome

Visit from US Mission to the United Nations Agencies in Rome

On 4 August 2022, ICCROM had the honour of receiving Deputy Permanent Representative, Deputy Chief of Mission Rodney M. Hunter and Samuel Rothenberg, Alternate Permanent Representative and Political/Economic Officer, from the US Mission to the United Nations Agencies in Rome.

Visit from Representatives of the African Union Commission

Visit from Representatives of the African Union Commission

On 1 July 2022, ICCROM Director-General Webber Ndoro had the honour of welcoming Cisse Mariama Mohammed, Director for Health, Humanitarian Affairs and Social Development of the African Union Commission, and Angela Martins, Head of the Culture Division of the African Union Commission.

ICCROM welcomes seven new interns and a volunteer!

ICCROM welcomes seven new interns and a volunteer!

This year marks two decades of contributing to training new heritage professionals through the ICCROM Internship and Fellows Programme. A new group of interns and fellows joins us each quarter; in the second quarter of 2022, we welcomed seven new interns and one volunteer, representing seven countries.

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Visit by students from the Sorbonne University

On 3 June, students from Sorbonne’s Conservation préventive du patrimoine course visited ICCROM with their professor, Claire Betelu. They were welcomed by Valérie Magar, our Programmes Unit Manager and herself a Sorbonne alumna, Gaël de Guichen, Special Advisor to the Director-General, Cécile Gallon, Librarian, María Mata Caravaca, Manager of ICCROM Records and Archives and Isabelle Verger...

Meeting with Representatives of Goppion

Meeting with Representatives of Goppion Technology

On 17 May, 2022, ICCROM Director-General Webber Ndoro had the honour of meeting with Goppion Technology SpA's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Alessandro Goppion. Goppion Technology specializes in conserving and displaying cultural heritage through engineering, creative, thoughtful and human processes. Goppion is a supporting partner of ICCROM's flagship programme, Youth.Heritage.Africa., which...

Meeting with seconded from the Republic of Korea at UNESCO WHC

Meeting with secondment from the Republic of Korea at UNESCO WHC

Today ICCROM staff met with Mr Kilbai Lee, working at the UNESCO World Heritage Centre as a secondment from the Republic of Korea, CHA. We discussed possible ways to strengthen our collaborations on capacity building for World Heritage.

Visit: Delegation from Australia

Visit: Delegation from Australia

On Tuesday 10 May, the Director-General, Webber Ndoro was honoured to receive a delegation from Australia led by Mr James Larsen, Deputy Secretary, Department of Agriculture Water and the Environment, Ms Kristy Domitrovic, Advisor at the Permanent Delegation of Australia to UNESCO and Mr Angus Minns, Second Secretary at the Australian Embassy in Italy.

Visit from the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to UAE

Visit from the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to UAE

On 21 March, the ICCROM Regional Office in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, received a delegation from the Republic of Korea. Led by H.E. Seokgu Lee, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the United Arab Emirates, they met with the Director of the ICCROM Regional Office, Zaki Aslan and staff to discuss future possible collaborations in the field of cultural heritage.

Visits from representatives of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

Visits from representatives of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

On Tuesday 19 April, the Director-General, Webber Ndoro was honoured to meet with H.E. Mr Ričardas Šlepavičius, Ambassador of the Republic of Lithuania, H.E. Mrs Solvita Āboltiņa, Ambassador of the Republic of Latvia, and Mrs Anne Mardiste, Counsellor Embassy of Estonia.

Fellowships

Welcoming our first group of fellows for 2022

Our Fellowship Programme is a valuable part of life at ICCROM. Since its inception, it has brought fresh perspectives, facilitated the exchange of knowledge, and stimulated new avenues of research to enrich the field of heritage conservation.