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Guidance and Toolkit for Impact Assessment

Guidance and Toolkit for Impact Assessment in a World Heritage Context

As the World Heritage Convention celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2022, over 1100 sites around the world are recognized as World Heritage - places that are so valuable to humanity that there conservation has been deemed our collective responsibility. Yet many of these exceptional places face increasing pressure from diverse types of development projects within and around the sites. Assessing the impacts of such projects – before deciding to proceed with their implementation – is essential to both prevent damage to World Heritage and identify sustainable options. The Guidance and Toolkit for Impact Assessments in a World Heritage Context is the go-to reference that explains the process for achieving these goals. Offering practical tips and tools including checklists and a glossary, it provides a framework for conducting impact assessments for cultural and natural heritage sites.
Climate.Culture.Peace Book of Abstracts

Climate.Culture.Peace Book of Abstracts

Climate.Culture.Peace is a knowledge-building initiative, aimed at exploring the interconnections between culture, climate change, peace and disaster resilience. It includes a 5-day virtual conference and a knowledge portal with a focus on heritage places and institutions, which are threatened by climate-related disasters and/or conflicts driven by environmental stresses. This project is conceived and designed by First Aid and Resilience for Cultural Heritage in Times of Crisis (FAR), a flagship programme of ICCROM, which is aimed at protecting cultural heritage from conflicts and disasters. This initiative is generously supported by the British Council’s Cultural Protection Fund (CPF) in partnership with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).
Climate.Culture.Peace Conference Report

Climate.Culture.Peace Conference Report

This report summarizes the proceedings and findings of the Cilmate.Culture.Peace Conference and analyzes understandings growing out of the conversations held. It underscores the urgency of promoting shifts in the ways we perceive culture, heritage and climate change and take action. 
INTER-COLLECT

INTER-COLLECT

INTER-COLLECT is an Intergenerational Toolkit for Museum Collections for promoting collections-mediated intergenerational dialogue, based on the following three approaches to communication: Storytelling, Co-creation and Mentoring.
Conversaciones... con FRANÇOISE CHOAY

Conversaciones... con FRANÇOISE CHOAY | Número 10

El último número de Conversaciones... reproduce, con traducciones al español, la introducción del libro de Choay de 2009 Le Patrimoine en questions. Anthologie pour un combat y un capítulo de su obra de 2011 La Terre qui meurt, donde analiza los conceptos de "monumento" y "monumento histórico" y su evolución. Con ello, Choay hace un llamamiento contra la estandarización global y el uso genérico del término "patrimonio", al tiempo que subraya la importancia de la formación de arquitectos y urbanistas. A través de los escritos de Choay, seis estimados autores aplican sus diversas perspectivas geográficas para examinar los retos impuestos por un mundo globalizado y las respuestas que son necesarias para mantener el carácter de nuestras ciudades.
The Digital Imperative: Envisioning the Path to Sustaining our Collective Digital Heritage. SUMMARY OF RESEARCH FINDINGS & OPPORTUNITY ASSESSMENT

The Digital Imperative: Envisioning the Path to Sustaining our Collective Digital Heritage. SUMMARY OF RESEARCH FINDINGS & OPPORTUNITY ASSESSMENT

In 2021, ICCROM embarked on a journey to understand the needs, challenges, and goals of heritage professionals whose work relates to sustaining digital heritage. The aim of this inquiry is to develop a proposal for a programme—tentatively called Sustaining Digital Heritage—that could help fill gaps in existing opportunities for capacity development offered on this topic. In order to learn directly from practitioners, interviews were conducted with over 30 heritage professionals from across the globe. This report shares the findings of these discussions and identifies professional development opportunities that could help practitioners develop skills and capacities to sustain digital heritage.
ontemporary Art Collections in Latin America and the Caribbean – Regional Survey 2021

Contemporary Art Collections in Latin America and the Caribbean – Regional Survey 2021

Latin America and the Caribbean are home to a vibrant heritage that includes World Heritage sites, diverse and prominent contemporary cultural expressions, ancient cultures and subcultures, strong links to the environment, and rich indigenous knowledge reserves. ICCROM’s regional programme for Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) aims to promote the integrated and sustainable management of this heritage, paying particular attention to major region-specific issues - one of which is contemporary heritage. This survey was created to assess the needs and opportunities concerning the conservation and management of contemporary art collections in the LAC region. Its results will be used to underpin the development of effective and integrated capacity-building initiatives on this topic at the regional level.
Becoming a RE-ORG coach

Becoming a RE-ORG coach

A guide to help you plan and lead a workshop to implement a storage reorganization.