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International Course on Conservation of Built Heritage

Résumé

This eight-week course intends to provide a broad understanding of both the technical and managerial aspects of conserving built heritage. This will be done by exploring the topic over seven modules:

•Issues in Heritage Conservation (General Overview): analyzing definitions of heritage and conceptual issues related to conservation;
•Planning and Management Context: discussing management systems, planning for heritage management and sustainability;
•Information and Documentation;
•Approaches to Condition Assessments: providing methodological tools for assessing conditions, examining both causes and effects;
•Condition Assessments and Treatments (part1): examining the effects of water and humidity on heritage, treatments and interventions, structural issues, and examining surfaces;
•Condition Assessments and Treatments (part 2): interventions on buildings and sites, authenticity and integrity, and issues of maintenance;
•Public Access, Interpretation, Presentation, Education, and Visitor Management.

Niveau d’intervention géographique

  • International
  • Local
  • National
  • Régional
  • Sous-régional

Thématique

  • Promouvoir une connaissance mutuelle de la diversité culturelle, ethnique, linguistique, religieuse
  • Construire un cadre de valeurs communes
  • Renforcer l'éducation de qualité et le développement de compétences interculturelles
  • Favoriser le dialogue au service du développement durable

Principaux partenaires

In collaboration with UNESCO World Heritage Centre.
Member States represented: Austria, Botswana, China, Cuba, Egypt, Finland, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Nepal, New Zealand, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Syria, Tanzania, Thailand, Vietnam

Nom de l’organisation / Entité responsable principale

ICCROM (International center for the study of the preservation and restoration of cultural property)

 
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05/03/2010 - 30/04/2010