In the fourth quarter of 2022, in addition to those interns and fellows who continued their work, we welcomed two new interns and one visiting researcher at ICCROM headquarters.
- Annelies Cosaert (Belgium) from the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA) joined us as a Visiting Researcher with the Our Collections Matter (OCM) project. At the conclusion of her stay, she and Ms Estelle De Bruyn (KIK-IRPA, Belgium) presented the Climate2Preserv project and its relevance to ICCROM.
- Silvia Rey Méndez (Paraguay), a conservation architect from Paraguay, is undertaking a three-month internship with ICCROM. During her stay, Silvia is working on Disaster Risk Management in Latin America and the Caribbean.
- Ana Cadena Irizar (Mexico) joined us as an intern with the Strategic Planning Unit. Ana is a heritage scientist and holds a Master’s in Archaeological Materials Sciences. She will be with us through February 2023.
2022 marked two decades of contributing to the upskilling of new heritage professionals through the ICCROM Internship and Fellows Programme.