International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property

Preserving Cultural Heritage On-the-Ground: Interview with Aparna Tandon

Aparna Tandon is Senior Program Leader at ICCROM, the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property. There she works to reduce heritage disaster risk and leads its flagship initiative, First Aid and Resilience for Cultural Heritage in Times of Crisis. Tandon has also led emergency responses and in-crisis training in ten different countries, including most recently Ukraine in 2022. Additionally, she has authored several publications and handbooks on cultural heritage preservation.

University Of Glasgow Collaborates On Culture And Heritage Discussions In Rome, Fostering Global Dialogue

A collaboration between the University of Glasgow and ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property) brought together global heritage experts and economists to discuss the value of culture and heritage in Rome.

The School of Landscape Architecture of Beijing Forestry University and ICCROM have reached important cooperation in heritage and landscape conservation.

ICCROM and the School of Landscape Architecture of Beijing Forestry University have formally signed a cooperation agreement with ICCROM (The International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property), aiming at encouraging educational and research cooperation between BFU and ICCROM in heritage and landscape conservation.

Kulturarvets motståndskraft mot kriser prioriteras av ICCROM

Den globala expertorganisationen för kulturarv, ICCROM, kommer de kommande åren att fokusera på kulturarvets motståndskraft vid kriser. Det beslutades vid generalförsamlingsmötet i Rom. Två medarbetare från Riksantikvarieämbetet deltog på mötet.

Resiliens och migration i fokus på ICCROMs generalförsamling

Delegater från Sverige och ett 80-tal andra länder samlades i Rom när ICCROM höll sitt 33:e generalförsamlingsmöte. Här fastställdes organisationens nya styrelse och den nya verksamhetsplanen för att främja och utveckla kulturarvsarbetet globalt.

National Geographic Portugal - Pintura mural: A colecção Mora

Uma equipa portuguesa catalogou e reorganizou recentemente uma das maiores colecções de amostras de pintura mural do mundo na capital italiana.

Rome Museum Exhibition, il 15 novembre panel su “Heritage Crimes”

L’importanza e il ruolo della cultura negli scenari di crisi dovuti a guerre o disastri naturali è cresciuto in maniera rilevante negli ultimi anni, a causa dell’emergere di nuove forme di conflitti e dell’intensificarsi di disastri ambientali in molte aree del mondo

New toolkit underway for climate action in UNESCO World Heritage sites – call for case studies

The UNESCO World Heritage Centre and the three Advisory Bodies – ICCROM, ICOMOS and IUCN – are developing their first joint toolkit on climate action for World Heritage. Developed with initial funding from the Australian Government, the toolkit will support States Parties and site managers to integrate climate change in the management strategies of UNESCO World Heritage sites. The call for case studies to help build the toolkit is open until the end of 2023.

Georgian representative became a member of ICCROM Council

Lasha Shartava, the main architect-restaurator of the National Agency, was elected as a member of the ICCROM Board on behalf of Georgia at the 33rd session of the General Assembly of the International Center for Protection and Restoration of Cultural Values. It was held in Rome on November 2-3 for a four-year term (2024-2027) on behalf of Georgia.

Cyprus’ participation in ICCROM important for cultural heritage, minister says

In a written statement, Kassianidou said that Cyprus’ election to the council was “an important step” in the effort for upgraded involvement of the Republic of Cyprus in international organisations and forums on cultural heritage issues.

Cyprus’ participation in the organisation’s council would signal a more active and substantial participation of the country in international collaborations of a multidisciplinary nature and policy-making initiatives for the management and preservation of cultural heritage, the Deputy Minister said.