Ibero-America risk management for cultural heritage

In Ibero-America, risk management for cultural heritage is a field that requires attention since social and economic aspects have hindered its further development. The link between cultural heritage and society is evident and is reflected in the emotional and economic closeness it represents. Therefore, cultural heritage plays a crucial role in the well-being of the population in times of peace, but also when a catastrophe strikes. 

In this context, this questionnaire, designed by the National Coordination for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage-INAH Mexico, in collaboration with ICCROM, aims to survey the risk management actions for cultural heritage that are currently underway in the Ibero-American region, with the objective of identifying the problems, needs and challenges in this area. 

The information obtained will be processed by the working group and the results will be published in a digital report. Personal data will not be disclosed and will only be used for the purposes of the study.

Take the survey in Spanish here