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Upcoming symposium concerns impacts of climate change on cultural heritage

From 6 to 8 December, we will be confronting the negative impacts of climate change on cultural heritage worldwide at a three-day symposium in the United States. The US National Park Service (NPS) and Nantucket Historical Association (NHA), in partnership with ICCROM, are organizing the Climate Change and Cultural Heritage Symposium, which aims to explore the latest climate change research and...

Call for Applications: Building Capacity for Professional Development (Track 1) Mosul

Heritage Recovery in Mosul: Apply now for the Building Capacity for Professional Development course!

As we prepare to wrap up a successful first cycle of the Building Capacity for Professional Development (Track 1) course, we open the call for 25 new participants to join us! We are now accepting applications for the second cycle of the 9-month course, which will run from December 2022 to August 2023.

Halfway point of Heritage Recovery Programme in Mosul marked by busy summer

Halfway point of Heritage Recovery Programme in Mosul marked by busy summer

Heritage Recovery Programme activities in Mosul, Iraq, have been in full swing this summer. Heritage professionals (Track 1) started a new module on recovery planning, while young craftspersons (Track 2) wrapped up a workshop on traditional carpentry; others continued a workshop on carving, sculpting, restoring and alabaster building.

Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth in Southeast Asia - Call for Applications

Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth in Southeast Asia - Call for Applications

We are thrilled to announce that the CH4IG Project: UK-Southeast Asia is now accepting applications until 31 August 2022, 6 p.m. CET. Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth (CH4IG) seeks to pioneer new ways for communities to actively share and protect their heritage while creating inclusive and sustainable growth.

Course participants offer hope for Mosul’s future

Course participants offer hope for Mosul’s future

As 22 young Moslawi architects and engineers came together for the first in a series of training workshops, they took a significant step towards helping their city recover its cultural heritage.

Young architects and engineers to boost heritage recovery in Mosul

Young architects and engineers to boost heritage recovery in Mosul

The first tranche of training under ICCROM’S capacity building programme in Mosul gets underway this November, when 25 young Moslawi professionals from the fields of architecture and engineering take part in a two-week orientation module.

Soft Power Conference II

Culture and environment at the heart of sustainable recovery

After the success of last year's inaugural Soft Power Conference, the second edition was held on 30 and 31 August 2021, with our Director-General Webber Ndoro, a member of the Soft Power Club, representing ICCROM at the event in Venice, Italy. The members of the club are strong proponents of multilateral dialogue and collaboration as a means for nations to promote their interests, in what is the...

ICCROM kicks off capacity building programme for recovering urban heritage in Mosul

ICCROM kicks off capacity building programme for recovering urban heritage in Mosul

On 26 July 2021, ICCROM organized an online information meeting to mark the start of training being delivered within the framework of the Capacity Building for Holistic, Sustainable and Resilient Heritage Recovery of Mosul project, in partnership with UNESCO and with generous financial support by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the European Union (EU).

Heritage Recovery in Mosul

Heritage Recovery in Mosul

ICCROM is kickstarting its Heritage Recovery Programme in Mosul, a two-year capacity building programme organized in collaboration with UNESCO and the University of Mosul and with the financial support of the Government of the United Arab Emirates and the European Union.

Warsaw Recommendation now available in Arabic

Warsaw Recommendation now available in Arabic

The Warsaw Recommendation on Recovery and Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage is a document from 2018 constituting a comprehensive set of principles concerning the process of urban reconstruction and rebuilding of historic buildings or complexes of buildings destroyed as a result of armed conflicts or natural disasters.