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World Heritage Leadership hosts training of trainers workshop on Impact Assessment in a World Heritage context

World Heritage Leadership hosts training of trainers workshop on Impact Assessment in a World Heritage context

The workshop aimed to enhance the skills of professionals in understanding impact assessment for World Heritage, designing and delivering different types of capacity-building activities on impact assessment, and contributing to the implementation of the World Heritage Convention at the local, national, and international levels.

Welcoming the Korean delegation of the Culture, Sport and Tourism Committee of the Gyeonggido Assembly

Welcoming the Korean delegation of the Culture, Sport and Tourism Committee of the Gyeonggido Assembly

On 17 May, we had the pleasure of welcoming the Korean delegation of the Culture, Sport and Tourism Committee of the Gyeonggido Assembly to ICCROM headquarters. The group heard from Eugene Jo, World Heritage Leadership Programme Manager, about ICCROM's area of work and expertise, as well as its activities.

HLP

Heritage Place Lab 2024-2025

The World Heritage Leadership (WHL) programme is launching a second edition of the Heritage Place Lab (HPL), focused on strengthening networks across research and site management in the context of the World Heritage Convention. We invite World Heritage site managers who are seeking collaborations with researchers to improve their management processes and decision-making.

2024 Annual World Heritage Leadership Donor Group meets to strengthen collaboration on capacity building - towards improving heritage management globally

2024 Annual World Heritage Leadership Donor Group meets to strengthen collaboration on capacity building - towards improving heritage management globally

On the 18-19 April 2024, ICCROM headquarters hosted the Annual World Heritage Leadership Donor Group Meeting. The meeting was convened to deliberate on the progress, administration, and collaboration among key stakeholders, namely Norway, ICCROM, and IUCN, under the framework of the World Heritage Leadership (WHL) programme.

Visit from Representatives of  Beijing Forestry University School of Landscape Architecture

Visit from Representatives of Beijing Forestry University School of Landscape Architecture

On 16 April 2024, the Director-General of ICCROM met with representatives from the Beijing Forestry University School of Landscape Architecture, including Professor Xi Zheng, Dean, and Professor Xin Cao. The purpose of the meeting was to deepen collaborative efforts and activate the Memorandum of Understanding established between the two institutions in 2023.

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The first French edition of the international course "Managing World Heritage: People Nature Culture" concludes successfully

From 18 to 22 March, the international course "Managing World Heritage: People Nature Culture" brought together 39 francophone heritage professionals and site managers from 16 countries across the globe for a comprehensive exploration of the principles of heritage management.

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WHL WHC Ireland workshop

Strengthening the implementation of the World Heritage Convention in Ireland

The workshop is part of Ireland’s renewed ambition for World Heritage and highlights its commitment to strengthening the implementation of the Convention nationally through capacity building and multi-sectoral dialogue.

ARCWH Call for applications

Call for applications: Capacity-building programme on improving management effectiveness of World Heritage properties in the Arab States region

The Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage (ARC-WH) and the ICCROM-IUCN World Heritage Leadership (WHL) programme are seeking World Heritage Management Teams to join the regional capacity-building programme on “Improving Management Effectiveness of World Heritage Properties in the Arab States Region”, which will be held in three phases from June to November 2024.

WHL IA UK 2024

Building multiscale approaches to assessing impacts on World Heritage in the UK

The ICCROM-IUCN World Heritage Leadership (WHL) programme was in London for a workshop to help integrate impact assessment for World Heritage in local authorities' planning and decision-making processes. This collaborative effort by Historic England, through ICCROM Council Member Alexandra Warr, and WHL was a step towards ensuring the wide involvement of local authorities and communities in...