Centro Internacional de Estudios de Conservación y Restauración de los Bienes Culturales

MP Gihane Zaki selected as member of scientific institution Institut d'Égypte

Zaki, a professor of Egyptology, is a member of the Rome-based International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) and a researcher at the French National Center CNRS-Sorbonne University. She also headed the Egyptian Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.

Africa Day: David-Lanre Messan Skydives to Honor African Founders

A lot is going on in this year’s celebrations including the launch of Youth.Heritage.Africa. According to the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) Youth.Heritage.Africa seeks to empower young heritage leaders and connect them through innovative strategies and initiatives aimed at making their heritage a source of economic and social opportunity for them.

Head of Azerbaijani State Service for Protection of Cultural Heritage holds meeting with ICCROM Director-General

The meeting between the head of the State Service for Protection, Development and Restoration of Cultural Heritage under the Ministry of Culture, Azad Jafarli and Director General of the International Center for the Study of Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) Webber Ndoro was held on May 20th.

Ray Bondin appointed advisor to ICCROM director-general

Ray Bondin has been chosen as one of 12 special advisors to Webber Ndoro, the director-general of the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM).

Reducing Fire Risk in the Historic City of Trogir

The city of Trogir, along with Dublin, Ireland, is the only European city among eight cities in the world selected to participate in the PREVENT project of the International Center for the Study of Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage ( ICCROM ), as part of their flagship program "First Aid and Resilience in Times of Crisis ”.

ICCROM shortlists projects for 21-22 Sharjah Award Good Practice

Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, ICCROM-Sharjah announced the shortlisted projects nominated for the third cycle of its biannual “Award for Good Practices in Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management in the Arab Region” (2021-2022).

UNESCO and ICCROM join forces with the Maidan Museum of Kyiv to support Ukraine’s museums

UNESCO, ICCROM and the Maidan Museum in Kyiv (Ukraine) have translated the manual Endangered Heritage: Emergency Evacuation of Heritage Collections (Спадщина у небезпеці – Екстрена евакуація культурних цінностей), into Ukrainian. UNESCO will support the distribution of some 2,000 printed copies across Ukraine, to areas with no or limited internet access.

Sottosegretario Borgonzoni, “La collaborazione tra Stati a tutela del patrimonio mondiale questione prioritaria”

Un incontro per rafforzare la già proficua collaborazione, quello che si è tenuto questa mattina tra il Sottosegretario di Stato per la Cultura Lucia Borgonzoni e il Direttore Generale del Centro internazionale di studi per la conservazione e il restauro dei beni culturali (ICCROM) Webber Ndoro, accompagnato dal Presidente del Consiglio di ICCROM, John Robbins.

Edukacija o zaštiti baštine kroz praktičnu radionicu simulacije požara i spašavanja umjetnina

11. travnja 2022. – Hrvatski konzervatori u suradnji s Javnom vatrogasnom postrojbom u Trogiru nastavljaju s provedbom projekta „Smanjivanje rizika od požara u povijesnom gradu Trogiru“ pa je tako proteklog vikenda u Zbirci sakralne umjetnosti Župe sv. Lovre održana edukativna radionica te simulacija požara i spašavanja umjetnina.

The Roundtable: How do you save cultural heritage from the destruction of war?

As the tragic loss of life continues in Ukraine there is also the loss of cultural heritage, destroyed or damaged by Russia’s bombing campaign.

In times of conflict, what’s the best way to save a country’s cultural heritage, and at what point can it be safely and legally taken out of the country?